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Iota Game

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Iota Game Instructions


Average Price: $8.00
Playing Time: 15 - 30 min.
Ages: 8+
Players: 2 - 4
(40%) (4 Votes)

Summary:
If you like a game that changes every time you play and only uses simple shapes and colors that the game Iota is the game for you. There is just as much luck as there is skill in this fairly simple card game. One of the nicest things about this game is it's size. Apart from a simple dice game, this game fits better in your pocket than a deck of cards.

Iota is a simple, yet seemingly very complicated game. Once you get the game rules figured out and all the different ways there are to score, game play is really easy and will definitely get you thinking. Similar to Qwirkle, this game is a fun one to pull out when you have a few spare minutes.

Object:
To become the Iota game champion you'll need to score the most points by creating correct patterns in the game grid.

Contents:
You'll get 66 game cards, a little storage tin and the official Iota game rules and instructions when you purchase this game.

Iota Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Iota dice-card rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions on how to play Iota.


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April says:
09-19-2016

I picked this up at the store thinking it would be a fun easy game. I took one look at the rules and gave up very quickly. I returned it. Then, a few weeks later a friend brought it over and showed me how to play in a few minutes and we played multiple games. Very fun! Now I have to go back to the store to get it again. Maybe I'm just a visual learner but it wasn't very easy to learn how to play by reading the game rules (for me at least). Glad my friend explained it to me.
 
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