Khet / Deflexion Laser Game

Khet / Deflexion Laser Game

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  • Classic game of connect four!

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  • A great game where you build your deck during the game. The various possible combinations of game cards that one can use are good for many exciting new games, each with its own best strategy

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  • My housie was once obsessed with this game. German made, the object is to manage and build cities and roads and such. Trust me, the allure comes much more once you play, which is why this game has won multiple awards

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  • 2 person game that is very easy to learn while providing challenging game play. This was my family's most played game this holiday season for adults and kids alike. Simple task of moving colored tiles to create sets or lines of ... 2 person game that is very easy to learn while providing challenging game play. This was my family's most played game this holiday season for adults and kids alike. Simple task of moving colored tiles to create sets or lines of 5 of the same color. Requires strategy and planning to win. Game play is also fairly quick - 15 minutes or so per game.

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  • One of my favorite games of all time -- you get to boss a bunch of cute little bug like creatures around and have to get them to coordinate to do various challenges. Each pikmin type has different abilities and you have to figure... One of my favorite games of all time -- you get to boss a bunch of cute little bug like creatures around and have to get them to coordinate to do various challenges. Each pikmin type has different abilities and you have to figure out how to accomplish the challenge and then act on it pretty quickly. Cute, fast, action filled and requires problem solving. A great game. Playable by anyone 8 or older with a Game Cube

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  • I got an Xbox 360 awhile ago. I vowed I wouldn't become a video-game geek (I'm plenty geeky enough, thank you) but this game has me unfortunately hooked. It's a strategy game and a darn good one. What distinguishes this game fr... I got an Xbox 360 awhile ago. I vowed I wouldn't become a video-game geek (I'm plenty geeky enough, thank you) but this game has me unfortunately hooked. It's a strategy game and a darn good one. What distinguishes this game from others in the genre and makes it so good: 1. Modern and slightly futuristic warfare 2. Real time decision making, no fake turns - it's war! 3. Super cool graphics with an on the battlefield view (no gods eye view in the sky) 4. Voice commands to control your units (you don't have to use it but works very well) And the most important... 4. The coolest multiplayer system of almost any game. There is a single player campaign mode you can play, but you can skip it and go straight to the Theater of War, an interactive map of the world with around 50 major cities. You choose to fight for either the Americans, The European Corps, or the Russians. Once you choose your team, you fight with them against the other 2 . You play individual battles either solo or with up to 4 teammates. Each battle determines the fate of the War in general, which can last weeks, with one side eventually winning. It's extremely coordinated and cool. If you are a fan of multiple outcome, high decision making games with cool graphics or a lover of the genre, this game is a must buy.

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  • Though it is obviously intended as an educational game Five State Rummy is also a fun diversion. There's a little strategy involved and a lot of luck, and you will learn things about the geographic relationships of the US state... Though it is obviously intended as an educational game Five State Rummy is also a fun diversion. There's a little strategy involved and a lot of luck, and you will learn things about the geographic relationships of the US states that you didn't know before. The cards have facts printed on them like the state capital, bird, flower, etc, but we generally don't pay much attention to those. You could probably tweak the rules a bit to reinforce any of those facts that you wanted the kids to learn (e.g., require saying the state capital out loud when discarding a card). .

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  • This is a great, inexpensive chess set for starting out. The board is easy to roll up and the pieces can be tossed in the provided zip-up bag. The small 12"x12" board fits easily in smaller places. I keep one on my desk at work a... This is a great, inexpensive chess set for starting out. The board is easy to roll up and the pieces can be tossed in the provided zip-up bag. The small 12"x12" board fits easily in smaller places. I keep one on my desk at work and one tucked in the door pocket of my car. Note: This set is *not* suitable for using in a USCF chess tournament. For that purpose, you will need a full size 20"x20" board with suitably larger pieces.

  • Clue is a classic board game that has survived the years. Beginners can start off with some basic logic (process of elimination) but advanced players can keep track of everything from what other players ask to where they travel (o... Clue is a classic board game that has survived the years. Beginners can start off with some basic logic (process of elimination) but advanced players can keep track of everything from what other players ask to where they travel (or don't). Everything can be a clue.

  • Deceptively simple at first, the deeper Quoridor strategies unfold through experience and competitive play. A game which you thought you had won can suddenly change course in a dramatic fashion. We had originally purchased the ki... Deceptively simple at first, the deeper Quoridor strategies unfold through experience and competitive play. A game which you thought you had won can suddenly change course in a dramatic fashion. We had originally purchased the kids version of the game which is slightly smaller, but I would recommend this higher quality wood set.

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  • ThisNext members recommended Carcassonne and the service suggested it to me based on the other games I and my kids have played. Sure 'nuff, it turned out to be a fun and challenging strategy game that the whole family enjoys. I a... ThisNext members recommended Carcassonne and the service suggested it to me based on the other games I and my kids have played. Sure 'nuff, it turned out to be a fun and challenging strategy game that the whole family enjoys. I am consistently impressed by the wide variety of German-style games available. Carcassonne uses similar playing pieces to other games (tiles and "meeple") but the way they are used is completely different from other tile games, making it fun to learn and play. Carcassonne a bit easier (and faster) than Settlers of Catan and about the same level as Ticket to Ride; I think it's going to be more popular with our family than either.

  • I literally saw a video of Kanye West playing Jonah Hill at this. Kanye was dominating, Hill "accidentally" hit the release button. It was a clear sabotage. That to say, Kanye West is a superior Connect 4 player.

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  • It's slightly more high tech than the one I played as a child. It's still the same concept though. It just looks a little better. i guess that's a good thing, right?

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  • ...Travel the road as you graduate, make money, get married and retire. Life is an all time classic game that I use to play as a kid. Too bad Life really isn't this easy.

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  • We all know and love Jenga, This is the single nicest Jenga set you've ever seen.

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  • Best game ever, we know this. A true classic by any sense of the word. You'll love to play it, your kids will love to play it. This really is a keeper.

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  • This is easily one of the more stupid board games. But, a classic, nonetheless. I actually own this, played it a couple of months ago and had a jolly good time.

  • The game of total world domination. Who doesn't like that? This really is one of my all time favorite boardgames. If you're going to play it, you better be ready for the long haul.

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  • Tired of chess, checkers, and other common strategy games? Try out Pentago. The idea is simple, put down a marble and then rotate one of the quadrants in an attempt to align 5 marbles in a row.

  • A perfect blend of strategy and technology. This strategy game uses real laser beams.

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  • A friend's father made a hand carved version of this game and I played it at a party. i loved it so much i've been trying to find the "original" or retail version for years now! What a great find!

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  • Gigamic of France, creator of all things good in board games, sold their wonderfully named and produced game 'Quivive' to another company a few years ago . The resulting hybrid is 'Sputnik' - plasticy and with graphics aimed at th... Gigamic of France, creator of all things good in board games, sold their wonderfully named and produced game 'Quivive' to another company a few years ago . The resulting hybrid is 'Sputnik' - plasticy and with graphics aimed at the kids, but just as much fun. There are a number of disks that players put down that form the playing board. They range from one to three disks in a stack. Once that's done, the real fun begins. Try to keep your rocket-ship hopping around from island to island while removing pieces as you go. When your opponent/s can no longer move (they're stranded in the middle somewhere with no more moves) you win. Simple and evil fun.

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  • If he likes to Blokus, why not give him a travel Blokus for...when he travels! $20.99.

  • What do you know, another interesting boardgame from Gigamic of France. As usual, wonderfully sanded and high quality wood pieces, as well as their free piece replacement policy. Quads is a bit more strategy intensive if you re... What do you know, another interesting boardgame from Gigamic of France. As usual, wonderfully sanded and high quality wood pieces, as well as their free piece replacement policy. Quads is a bit more strategy intensive if you really want to play well; I am lazy and just see how it goes...that's probably why I always lose at chess.... There are 2 sets of tiles: Light and Dark. Each player takes a set. The point of the game is to keep putting tiles down on the board. You can only put a tile down next to an adjacent one that matches it in some way - either it's color, or the lines (horizontal or vertical) printed on both must go in the same direction. You win when there are no more places for your opponent to go. A bit different from Gigamic but still a fun way to pass the time.

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  • Lest you think all do is buy board games, let me state that most of my board game recommendations were bought by my family. I really only play them when I'm with family or a good friend and there's not much else to do. Glad that'... Lest you think all do is buy board games, let me state that most of my board game recommendations were bought by my family. I really only play them when I'm with family or a good friend and there's not much else to do. Glad that's cleared up. Paradux is one of those simple to play, hard to master games. I believe it was originally made by Gigamic, but the rights were sold to another company which now produces it. The object: Line up 4 of your colored marbles on the board. The interesting part? You can only move a marble in concert with one of your opponent's ones; meaning, to make a move, you have to move 2: one of your color, and one of theirs. They must be adjacent to each other and both move in the same direction. Adds a nice little twist. Gameplay on this varies from maybe 5 minutes (stupid mistakes) to, well, forever if you are both really, really good. But it's easy to learn and fun to play. The packaging is not such great quality but the pieces are all nice wood.

  • Yet another slightly quirky and fun to play game by Gigamic, creators of fine wooden board games from France. Your object: Get three of your colored marbles off the board by reaching the opposite side. The catch? You can only m... Yet another slightly quirky and fun to play game by Gigamic, creators of fine wooden board games from France. Your object: Get three of your colored marbles off the board by reaching the opposite side. The catch? You can only move diagonally. To move up or down, you pick up an empty square, and slide it in at the end of the row/column. This adds endless variations to the gameplay and is a very cool, quirky strategy. As with all Gigamic games, everything is made out of fine wood and in beautifully varnished colors. Gigamic even offers a free piece replacement policy - if you loose a piece, or even a few, just send them a note or email and they will mail you replacements for free! Takes at most 20 minutes to play, though you can drag it out a little bit longer if both players are good.

  • It's Star Wars! Anything Star Wars, I love!