Glowing Review of Quartex by Father Geek

November 4, 2013

Here is part of the impressive in-depth review of Quartex by Father Geek:

“I very much enjoyed every aspect of the game. From the tile selection and placement to the final scoring. In fact, I think it’s the way you determine your points at the end of the game I like the most. It’s simply not enough to collect points. A player must diversify what they collect. With each tile offering 2 or more options of play with a mirrored image of itself that allows for even more options, you’d think placing tiles would be simple, but you’d be wrong. Very wrong. The game can be very difficult at times or very easy. It all depends on what is in front of the player on their turn. When it comes time to place a tile, a player should always stop and consider what it is they are going to score. Sometimes it makes sense not to because you’ll be reducing your points by collecting a token. What a mind tease! Simply excellent and a lot of fun.

I highly recommend you give Quartex a chance when the opportunity presents itself. It’s a very entertaining and surprisingly engrossing casual game. It’ll challenge you without breaking you and can be played by gamers and non-gamers alike. It’s a puzzle you’ll have to solve, but it’s one that everyone at the table is working on at the same time. Expect to both love and hate your opponents with equal measure.”

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