Gamewright IOTA: The Great Big Card Game in the Teeny-weeny Tin
66 tiles. That’s all that this game comes with. Doesn’t sound like a very in-depth game, does it? After all, some games come with tons of game pieces, dice, game boards, and a million different types of cards. So, this game must be simple and boring, right? WRONG!
Iota might only contain 66 tiles, but it also contains an endless number of combinations. That means every single game of Iota that you play is going to be different. Each card has a shape, a color, and a number on it. It also comes with a snazzy carrying tin, so you can take with you anywhere you go.
To play the game, you and your opponents will take turns playing tiles, trying to make sets on the board. You can play rows or columns of tiles that match color or tiles that match shape. So if a row has circles, then it can ONLY have circles. If a row has a circle and a triangle that are both green, it can only have green cards that don’t repeat. It’s surprisingly simple to learn, but can get a little tricky when the tiles start to run out!
- 66 Cards
- Gamewright IOTA: The Great Big Card Game in the Teeny-weeny Tin
- Game uses strategy and planning to earn points
- For 2-4 players age 8+
- Officially licensed