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Tsuro: The Game of the Path

Added on December 30, 2016 in More Patriotic Shirts
$23.98 Add To Cart
Amazon.com price at April 19, 2020 2:07 pm EDT -Details

Control Your Own Destiny By Following The Right Path. In The Beautiful Tile Laying Path Game Tsuro, All You Have To Do Is Stay On The Board To Win. With Paths Constantly Changing, This Is Easier Said Than Done. Move Wisely And Achieve Enlightenment And Then, Of Course, The Joy Of Winning When Your Opponents

Control Your Own Destiny By Following The Right Path. In The Beautiful Tile Laying Path Game Tsuro, All You Have To Do Is Stay On The Board To Win. With Paths Constantly Changing, This Is Easier Said Than Done. Move Wisely And Achieve Enlightenment And Then, Of Course, The Joy Of Winning When Your Opponents Are Knocked Off The Board. Everyone Starts With A Hand Of Tiles, Featuring A Twisting Path, And A Token. Take Turns Placing Tiles On The Board And Moving Your Token Along The Path. Be Careful Not To Bump Into Another Token Or Reach The Edge Of The Board, Or You’re Out. Strategically Place Your Tiles To Stay On The Board While Pushing Others Off. The Path Is Yours To Choose. Highlights: A Great Tile Laying Game For 2-8 Players! Easy To Learn And Quick To Play Every Game Is Different Winner Of Major Fun Award And Creative Toy’s 2011 Game Of The Year Award! Contents: 1 Game Board 35 Path Tiles 1 Dragon Tile 8 Marker Stones Game Rules.

Product Features

  • High Quality
  • Proprietary design
  • Exceptional performance
  • For 2 to 8 players game
  • 15 to 20 minute to play
  • Attractive Asian themed box and components
  • Quick to learn and play
  • Great coffee table game

Comments

David Lundy says:

Fantastic, quick game! I saw this game on Wil Wheaton’s “Tabletop” web show and was immediately hooked. If you haven’t seen it already, go there NOW. […] 

Amazon Customer says:

Quick and enjoyable I’ve played this twice with my daughter and one of her friends (11 and 12 years old, respectively). The quality of the board, cards, and marks is good. The cards are heavy stock, making them a little difficult to shuffle, but they work very well when placed on the board. 

iKarith says:

A fast, fun game! You might be tempted to consider the more recent Tsuro of the Seas game instead, but the original has a certain charm and simplicity that is hard to argue with. The play is fast and easy for as few as two players, and as many as eight. Though with more than four players it’s extremely strategy heavy almost from move #1. 

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