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    Take turns placing marbles and filling the board with your tetrimino shapes.

    Tests spatial processing skills and critical-thinking abilities.

    Plan your strategy so pieces do not overlap, and so that they stay on the board.

    Lutso is a double-whammy, twofer of a brain game that lets you check both your frontal cortex and occipital lobe off your mental to-do list. That's a good thing, because those are the parts of your brain responsible for critical thinking and visual perception skills. Here's how this two-person strategy game works: Take turns placing marbles on the board. If you spot any marbles that match one of your shapes, cover them up. But your playing shapes must remain visible to both players at all times, resulting in a brilliantly brainy mix of both offensive and defensive strategy.

    Brain Health Expert Says:

    "Lutso tests your spatial processing skills, governed by the parietal lobe, and critical thinking abilities, controlled in the frontal lobe."


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    How to Play:

    Players start with either the orange or white playing shapes. The marbles belong to both of you. In turn, players place a marble anywhere on the board. On your turn, after placing a marble, you may also put down one of your playing shapes if the holes in the piece cover marbles on the board. Play continues until both players agree that no more playing shapes will fit on the board.

    How to Win:

    The player with the most marbles captured with their shapes is the winner.  


        Lutso Rules .PDF


    Additional Information

    format board game
    number of players 2 players
    manufacturer recommended age
    warnings Choking Hazard. Small Pieces. Not suitable for children under 3 years. There are sharp points on some parts.

    The Marbles BrainCoach says...

    Simple in its design, complex in its strategy – Lutso keeps you guessing. It’s a great game for anyone looking for a good old-fashioned frontal lobe face-off.

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