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Brix

December 9th, 2016 Leave a comment Go to comments

You may not think it, but “Connect 4” can be quite a challenging game.  “Brix” takes it to the next level, introducing both colors and symbols to satisfy a player’s victory condition.  One player receives both a symbol (X or O) and a color (orange or blue) and if they can manage to get four in a row of either, they win.  Some blocks of your color may have symbols belonging to your opponent, so it’s easy to help them out if you’re not careful.  The game supports two players at ages seven and up with an average play time of ten minutes.  Special thanks to the folks at Blue Orange Games for providing me with a press copy for review purposes.  I opted to do my review in video form, so check out the below video to see my thoughts.  If you’re looking to buy the game, check out my Amazon browser on the right sidebar.

Final Verdict: 9/10

Website: http://www.blueorangegames.com/index.php/games/brix

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