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Qwirkle Children's Game  

Qwirkle Game Rules

Qwirkle Children's Game Instructions

Average Price: $18.00 Ages: 6+
Playing Time: 45 min. Players: 2 - 4
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Become the Qwirkle master by adding blocks to the grid to score the most points.

Your Qwirkle game should come with 108 shape/color blocks and the official Qwirkle game rules and instructions.

Qwirkle Children's Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Qwirkle childrens 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 Qwirkle.

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Michael says:
@Miggie as long as your tiles are part of the same group (same shape/dif color vice versa) you can. @Bev if you can't play a tile you have to pass. Regardless of when it happens. Though some people have a mulligan rule at the start of the game (if all your tiles are different shapes AND different colors you redraw). Also, keep in mind that you can change the rules to make it more interesting, challenging or faster. Personally I prefer starting with 7 tiles versus 6 and it makes a huge difference.
Miggie says:
if a title is on the board is open, can I add to doth ends ?
Bernie says:
I would assume that when all of the tiles are used up and someone can't play, that he/she passes and play goes on to the next person. This would continue untill all of the tiles are uded up.
Bev says:
At the end of the game when the tiles are all used up, what happens when the one player has one tile left, but cannot play it anywhere on the board? The other player had one tile left and was able to play it. Does the game end with player 1 who could not exchange the tile (tiles all used up) or play it on the board or does player 2 get an opportunity to play his last tile and player 1's turn would just be skipped?
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