Designer: Kory Heath
Publisher: Gryphon Games
Players: 2 to 5
Time: 30 minutes
Previously known as Uptown, this is an excellent abstract tile-laying game, which can be learnt and played in about 30 minutes.
The board has nine rows (1 to 9), nine columns (A to I) and nine squares (with different symbols) ... a little like a Sudoku grid, I guess.
You have astash of 28 tiles, one with each symbol, number and letter on them, and a joker.
Each player on their turn plays a tile from a hand of five, onto its matching line or zone, until each player only has four left.
At that point, the player with the fewest different groups on the board wins!
It sounds simple, but it is full of tricky decisions: Knowing exactly when to take an opponent's tile can be the difference between first and last!
This new version is much bigger and more colourful than the original 1920s-themed version.
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