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Jishaku Strategy Game

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  • A strategy game where magnets jump out of position without warning. While alternating turns with your opponent, the goal of the game is to place magnets onto the game base without letting any magnets connect. If any magnets connect on your turn, you must collect those magnets and add them to your pile. The first person to run out of magnets wins
  • All magnets have North and South poles. Jishaku magnets do too—they just aren't marked. As you carefully place your magnet, you can feel the tug of magnets all around the board
  • Combines both strategy and magnetic force
  • Made in China
Materials
Acrylic, foam, hematite magnets
Includes
Game board, eighteen polished magnetic stones, soft drawstring bag, gameplay instructions
Care
Wipe clean
Ages
13+
Dimensions
11" x 8.5" x 2.25"
Weight
1 lb

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Jishaku Strategy Game

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Polished magnetic stones · Durable acrylic game board · Combines both strategy and magnetic force
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Continuum Games

Continuum Games’ Pentago is a board game invented in Sweden, a country known for functional yet stylishly simple solutions. Swedes appreciate games based on logic and skill, and now you can, too. Pentago ups the familiar objective of tic-tac-toe and four-in-a-row to instead align marbles in a row. The dynamic addition of a rotating board elevates this two-player challenge to a twisty brainteaser that engages the whole family. Jishaku is a strategy game where magnets jump out of position without warning. While alternating turns with your opponent, the goal of the game is to place magnets onto the game base without letting any magnets connect. If any magnets connect on your turn, you must collect those magnets and add them to your pile. The first person to run out of magnets wins