Round and Round Your Pieces Go...
- Outthink your opponents and reach the middle first
- Gameboard alters itself, so stay on your toes
- Game was one of 2016's Mensa Select winners
Round and Round Your Pieces Go...Round and round your pieces go, and where they stop... Well, everyone will know. But it's up to you to devise a winning strategy of how to get there. Circular Reasoning, a relatively quick board game of abstract strategy, is deceptively simple. The object is to move all three of your shapes to the center of the board before your opponents do. Simple, yes? Not so fast. It's one of those "a moment to learn, a lifetime to master" type of games.
Each of your pieces can move a different number of spaces each turn. Keep moving them around their current board level until they get to a gate, where they can move up to the next level. But watch out! The gates move around depending on how many pieces there are on that level, so plan ahead. And while you're working to advance your pieces, your opponents will try to block you, and you can block them as well. It's a matter of shifting strategies, thinking ahead, and anticipating what the other players will do. How will you get around the Circular Reasoning?
- Circular Reasoning game
- One of the 2016 Mensa Select winners
- Abstract strategy at its best
- Perfect for game night
- Game pieces include special markings for color blind players
- For 2-4 players
- Ages 12+
- Play time: 20-45 minutes
- Mechanic: Area Movement, Grid Movement, Memory
- 1 double-sided rules page
- 4 circle, 4 triangle, and 4 square wood tokens, each in red, blue, green, and white
- 1 small gateway piece
- 1 medium gateway piece
- 1 large gateway piece
- 1 player tracker chip