Quixo is a simple but not simplistic game, whose rules can be learned in just thirty seconds. Anyone can play! Line up 5 cubes in a row, pushing your lines of cubes horizontally or vertically. This is one of the few strategic games that can be played by 2 or 4 players (in teams). Quixo has been recognized as one of the best games in both France and North America.
Mensa Select Top 5 Best Games 1995 - USA ;
Games Magazine “Games 100 Selection” 1995 – USA ;
Games Magazine “Best New Strategy Game” 1995 – USA ;
Parent’s Choice Gold Award 1995 - USA ;
A multi award winning strategy game which is simple to learn but requires skill and strategic thinking to play.
For 2 players or 4 players if playing in teams.
Recommended for children 6 years and older
Made of wood
Rules available in many languages.
You'll love Quixo Classic. Twenty-five wooden cubes are shifted up and down and side-to-side as players try to line up five diagonally, vertically, or horizontally with their own symbol, X or O. Think carefully, every move brings the possibility of inadvertently helping your opponent win. In turn, each player removes a cube from the periphery of the handsome, dark wood board (10 inches in diameter) and replaces it at the end of one of the rows made incomplete by its removal, sliding the remaining four to fill up the empty space. Now the entire row has changed and each player may be one step closer to, or further from winning. Keen strategic and visualization skills are a must.