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PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 10:06 am 
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Hey, I just came across this "game" called Gambit today, sold by mindware.

Hopefully they don't mind me borrowing an image for you guys. It looks like it might be a fun sequential logic puzzle.

From the description:

"A captivating combination of strategy and puzzle solving, Gamit challenges you to turn nine rows of mixed-up colored tiles into single-color sets of five. If your opponent spots your strategy, he could push blocking color pieces onto your platform. Slide the last matching tile onto a row and score! 2 players."

What do you think?



http://www.mindwareonline.com/

http://boardgamegeek.com/game/20817


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Good find!

I personally don't like games for 2 players as much, but this would be offered a place in my collection.

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If I get one of those, I will play by myself and keep alternating seats.

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Reminds me of Tetris.

Looks interesting, but limited.

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