Knizia's 'Qin,' More
Published: 12/13/2012, Last Updated: 12/14/2012 05:12am
Qin (pronounced "Chin") is set in the Warring States era of Chinese history, and tasks players with creating provinces by placing domino-like tiles and adding their pagodas to groups of like-colored tiles. The first player to place all of his pagodas wins the game.
Qin includes a double-sided board with different layouts, for basic and advanced play. The game is for two to four players. The suggested retail price will be $39.95.
Qin was released at this year’s Spiel fair in Essen, Germany by Eggertspiele and Pegasus Spiele. The game received a good reception at the show.
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