Mindware Gembatan Game

July 31, 2019



(Mindware $14.95)

Don’t be put off by the serious look of the packaging. If you like domino style games you’ll like this one a lot. It’s a kind of double-domino game. You line up the playing pieces by matching colors of the amulet tiles, but only if you have a matching gem to place with it. To win points you must line up three or more amulets in a row with matching color. There’s some strategy involved, but given its medieval look, it appears to be a lot harder than it actually is. In fact, it’s easy to learn, not complicated with too many rules, and fairly quick playing rounds. For 2-4 players, you get 60 tiles and 60 gems. 8 and up.


Ages: Older Early School, Tweens

Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Award 2019


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