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Rainbow Knights

Overall Rating: 6/10

Age: 10+

GLAM Age Range: 6-Adult

Number of Players: 2-6

Playing Time: 5 min

Publisher: Ninja Division

Complexity: Low

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Quick Take: Created by a team of men, obviously geared for a female audience. It's okay, but vague rules make your first few playthroughs a little tricky. It feels a little like a competitive version of old school snake or Tetris, but with rainbows. The pieces you play with are incredibly cute, the design is well done and durable. 

How to Play: The goal of the game is to race to play the most cards without crashing into an obstacle. In order to setup, you place the four corner pieces in whatever size you want your playing area to be. You can add cloud obstacles into the playing area as an additional challenge. You shuffle your cards and place one on the perimeter. The rest you divide into two stacks and then you go once everyone is ready! You can play the top card from either stack or move a card from the top of one stack onto the other. This means you can access any card, it just takes time. Play ends once no players can play a card without crashing into another path, a cloud, or exiting the play area. Whoever has played the most cards wins!

Variations: My kids are a little younger than the recommended age for this game and they prefer the turn based play variation. On your turn you either play one card or move one card to another pile. Same rules apply, play until no player can play a card without crashing. Most cards played wins. 

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