- Four in a Row meets Chess!
- Be the first to get four of your Queens in a straight line horizontally, vertically or diagonally
- Queens move per regular Chess rules but can't be captured
- A simple strategy game that grows in complexity with each play experience
- For 2 players, ages 8 to adult
In this 2-player game using all Queens, you'll have to plan your moves carefully as you outwit your opponent to get four Queens in a row. Just like in a game of Chess, the all-powerful Queen can move any number of squares vertically, horizontally or diagonally. The only difference is that pieces can't be captured. Stay alert and exercise logic as you navigate the board to get your Queens in a row.
If you like brainteasers, chess, or anything that makes your brain do some lifting, this is a great game.
Think tic-tac-toe meets connect four meets chess... only you can use only the queens. The basic idea is that you want to be the first person to get four of your queens in a row, but of course you are going against an opponent that has the ability to move the same as you can and cover as much distance. There in lies the challenge, that and remembering that you only have queens to use and it's slightly different rules.
Either way, this is a fun game that makes you think and logic your way to victory. Like many of ThinkFun's game (Robot Turtle, Houdini, Chocolate Fix, etc) this is a game you'll love playing with your friends and kids! My kids love everything we've ever played from ThinkFun!
* I received a free copy of the game in exchange for an honest review.