|Product Dimensions||17 x 12 x 3 cm; 520 Grams|
|Item model number||130011353|
|Number of Game Players||1, 4|
|Number of pieces||1|
Borderline Editions Kluster
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|Age range (description)||14 years|
|Number of players||1, 4|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||17 x 12 x 3 centimetres|
About this item
- Kluster is 14 years and up. 1-4 Players
- Kluster is made in Europe and includes high quality magnetic stones
- Kluster is easy to transport. Incredibly fun, really simple, accessible to everyone and still full of strategy!
- Kluster is a quick dexterity game
- Kluster is multilingual: 1 game rule in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish
Kluster is a dexterity game for 1 to 4 players, very short, easy to transport, incredibly fun, really simple, accessible to everyone and still full of strategy! Kluster’s rules can be explain in no time: Magnetic stones are equally shared between players, who must, in turn, place one stone inside the area delimited by the cord. The first player to get rid of his or her magnets wins. But beware, when stones kluster together during one player’s turn, he or she collects them! That’s all you need to know to play Kluster!
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If you do manage to get the rope full (I've managed it once!) you can always shorten it a bit.
My 2 girls (10&12) have had lots of fun with this. I guess one work of caution if pets. The magnet rocks are shiny and attractive to our doggo's so we make sure we are extra safe about counting them back into the box.
That being said, kids (big and small) love fiddling with magnets. Top game, well executed.
So much fun, would recommend if you can get your hands on it.
It’s a shames all the packaging is in another language, as I’m British, but there are videos on YouTube that will help.
So buy a set, have some booze, and enjoy!
It’s quick and easy to learn and each game doesn’t last too long. The magnetic pieces are very tactile - they make a lovely sound when they stick to each other.
A simple idea and a simple implementation but a cracking game of fun.