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Qwixx is back!
Everyone participates, no matter whose turn it is. Now with an eight sided dice, higher numbers can be rolled to give you more chance to cross off spaces.
Are you Qwixx enough to win?
What’s in the box
How to play
Players try to cross off as many numbers as possible in the four coloured row of their player sheets. The more crosses you have in a coloured row, the more points you score.
Cross off numbers in each of the four coloured rows from left to right. You don’t have to start at the left, you are able to skip numbers, but be careful, you can’t come back to those later!
The coloured rows are longer than the original Qwixx, ranging from 2-16 and 16-2. You may lock each coloured row using one of the last two numbers. Plus each score sheet has two lucky numbers.
The first player rolls all six dice, then performs the following actions:
Locking a row means you cross of the right most number on your sheet. You then cross off the space with the lock symbol, this will count towards your points at the end of the game.
The game ends when one player crossed off their fourth ‘failed roll’ space. Or when a second row is locked by anyone and a second coloured die is removed.
Add up the scores, and the player with the highest score wins!
Qwixx Longo is the sequel to the best selling roll and write, Qwixx!
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