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Kloak: The Under Cover Strategy Game

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  • A beautiful, all-wooden 2 to 4 player game that allows you to hide (kloak) or seek (unkloak) your way to victory
  • Foam feet to protect your playing surface
  • Improves memory and cause-and-effect thinking
  • Made in China
Materials
Board: Hardened wood board; Big pieces: Birch; Small pieces: Maple
Includes
Wooden game board with four foam feet, ten big pieces, fifteen small pieces
Ages
8+
Dimensions
11.02" x 11.02" x 2.36"
Weight
2.28 lbs

Reviews
4.5 avg. (2 reviews)


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Kloak: The Under Cover Strategy Game

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Strategic thinking and memory skills made fun · Wooden board and game pieces
Hide and seek your way to a win. This wooden strategy game was inspired by elements of other classic games to create a brain-challenging way to work on memory and cause and effect—all while having fun. Smaller game pieces are hidden within larger ones, and the first player to uncover a matching line-up twice wins.
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TIm Walsh

Maker and game designer Tim Walsh, along with the team at Roo Games, were inspired to create challenging and fun ways to exercise your brain. Their all-wood game, Kloak, works on memory skills as well as strategic thinking in a way that sparks competition and keeps players engaged until one emerges victorious. Smaller game pieces are hidden within larger ones—and as they’re uncovered, players try to remember their positions as the game moves on. The player who creates a line-up of the same colored pieces (twice!) wins. Their tactile brain game, You've Been Framed!, is a race to build flat or stacked shapes and construct a pattern without letting the frames fall. It improves visual perception, spatial awareness and manual dexterity, and it's fun for the whole family.
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