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Otrio Board Game

Otrio

Game Rules / How To Play / Instructions



2 - 4

8+

30 MIN

$35

ABOUT THIS GAME

Modern board games can get quite complicated and cluttered at times and even distract from the game itself. Not Otrio. This game brings it all back to a simple wooden game board with different size ring game pieces but it is sure not to disappoint. Otrio is an addictive game where strategy is at its highest as you go head to head with up to four other players in a race to get a correct sequence of circles.

Otrio just looks awesome from its box to its board. If you're looking for something a little different than the typical board game then you found it. Getting three pieces in a row has never been this fun or challenging. Give Otrio a try today and see how well you can do against your friends.

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • Otrio Comes With A Bamboo Game Board
  • 36 Plastic Playing Pieces
  • Official Otrio Game Rules And Instructions

HOW TO WIN

Get three circular pieces of your color in a row in either ascending or descending order, the same sized pieces in a row, or three concentric pieces in the same space to become the winner.

HOW TO PLAY

Perparation: Place the pieces on the outermost board. Like colors should be placed together.

Game Play: 2 players: each player will select two colors. Take turns placing one piece per turn in the playing areas, alternating between your two colors. (play proceeds clockwise)

3 or 4 players: each player selects a color. Remove one color from the board if only 3 are playing.

Rules for Placing Pieces:
Once a piece is placed, it cannon be moved. If you can't play a piece, you skip your turn Keep placing pieces until some gets an Otrio


Please keep in mind that the official Otrio rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions that came in the original packaging.

We are on the hunt for more information about Otrio but have not found anything yet. If you have any information regaring the Otrio game rules or instuctions let us know and we will add it to this page. We will post any updates to this page as soon as we find it.

COMMENTS / QUESTIONS

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Which game starts with the same letter as Mancala?

Chess, Uno, Monopoly, Ticket To Ride, Rummycube, Battleship


 
Cheryl says:
03-17-2020

When you move your piece onto the board, does it have to stay in the same row that it came from or can it be placed anywhere on the board?
Jennifer A Brid says:
02-08-2020

When playing with 2 players and two sets of colors. Can you clarify the winner, i.e. don't you still need to win by the same color scheme. My 10 year old son says he won, but he didn't have the same color scheme. We love your game! Thanks.
Malay says:
10-20-2019

Hi there. I bought a Gotrio game. I realize that there is 1st player move advantage. I do not know how to nullify that advantage for a game to be fair. Kindly advice
yowzah says:
04-24-2019

Tess, because the other players will prevent you from doing so.
Tess says:
01-09-2019

I'm missing something. How do you place a piece? If anywhere, why not play a large, med, small piece in the same circle within your first 3 turns?
Nancy says:
12-30-2018

Can one win if another color is in the same space? Ex: descending order win...red on outside and last piece for a win is small blue on the inside?
Brady says:
01-05-2018

Actually i see there is a bit about not using the center piece in the instructions. However i highly suggest each player use 2 sets in a 2 player game once (unless it's for kids that haven't learned the first player move advantage)
Brady says:
01-01-2018

Hi Cinda - there actually isn't a rule to that effect. If you're playing with 2 people it is suggested that you each use 2 colors which are opposite from each other (and not adjacent colors). In a 2 player game with each player only using one color, the first person that moves can always win pretty quickly if they know what they're doing. It's usually fun for younger kids but using 2 sets each really balances the game out and is much more fun. Hope you like the game, i actually invented it and still enjoy playing.
Cinda says:
11-05-2017

In my printed game instructions, it said something to the effect of, when one person keeps winning, then that person can no longer play the middle game piece in the center of the board. I can't remember exactly what it said and the online directions don't say it. Can you print it here?
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