Konexi is a 3D word-building game. Players take turns adding letters to build a tower of words. But it’s not enough to simply tack on letters to make words and score points. You have to be sure the tower is stable enough to support another letter in the spot you choose. If it isn’t, the tower will collapse.
While Konexi adheres to the laws of gravity, the rules are much looser when it comes to spelling. Letters don’t have to be in the proper order to be used. As long as they’re connected, you can build off existing letters (up, down or sideways) to make a new word or lengthen an existing word.
Konexi is the brainchild of Jacobe Chrisman, former director of product development at Cranium. He founded Wonder Forge in 2007 and strives to develop games that are more active and engaging than typical board games. With Konexi he’s created a game that’s both competitive and collaborative for players as they try to build words and keep the tower intact. It brings a whole new dimension to game night.