Latice Cut & Play Game

June 26, 2016 - Comment

LATICE Cut & Play Game comes with a card-stock game board, instructions, tile racks, tokens, and tiles. Most of the tiles contain one of six images (e.g., turtle, leaf, lizard) in one of six colors. There are also a number of special wind tiles. The game is for 2-4 players, who will evenly split the

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LATICE Cut & Play Game comes with a card-stock game board, instructions, tile racks, tokens, and tiles. Most of the tiles contain one of six images (e.g., turtle, leaf, lizard) in one of six colors. There are also a number of special wind tiles. The game is for 2-4 players, who will evenly split the tiles. You win by being the first player to play all of your tiles.

The first player selects one tile from their rack and places it in the center square on the board. The next player can add one tile to the board, but that tile must be set adjacent to one or more existing tiles, and it must match each adjacent tile based on either color or shape. If you match more than one tile, or you place your tile on one of the sun squares on the board, you get stones that can be traded in for extra moves, allowing you to get rid of your tiles faster. You can also use the special wind tiles to slide a tile already on the board over by one square.

As you play LATICE, you’ll learn to plan your turns and extra moves ahead of time. You’ll strategically use wind tiles to alter the layout of the board, and play both offensively and defensively based on your knowledge of the remaining tiles.

What other people are saying about LATICE

LATICE is a game that does a fantastic job of bridging young or casual gamers with older, more experienced players. I can count on one hand the number of games that my 13-year-old, my 8-year-old, and I can play together. LATICE is a thankful addition to that rarefied group. — GeekDad

Someone that might not always lean toward casual games, but have casual gamers in their life, this is something they can definitely play with those people. … This is a solid game: I highly recommend it. — All Us Geeks

Tools needed

Scissors + glue or tape

Assembly

Cut out the pieces. Tape or glue together the game board. Slide together the tile racks. You’re ready to play!

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