The IdeaAdvance your pawn to the opposite side of the board while hindering your opponent.
The BrainsChallenging executive function of the frontal cortex improves problem solving.
The A-HaWhile you can't block your opponent, you can make their path to victory very difficult.
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|warnings||CHOKING HAZARD- small parts not meant for children under 3 years old|
|Inside the Box|
|# of Players||2-4|
I wish I have one!!!
Simple rules, yet extremely challenging
How To Play
How to Play:
Each player gets a pawn and ten gates. The pawns start on opposite sides of the board. In turn, players can choose whether they want to move their pawn one space up, down, left, or right (no diagonals); or place a gate somewhere on the board. Pawns have to maneuver around the gates with the goal of getting to the other side of the board. Pawns cannot be trapped by the gates - they have to be left with at least one way to get to the other side.
How to Win:
The first player to get to the opposite side of the board is the winner.Download PDF Rules Of The Game