It has the classic feel of physical board with added digital convenience. The beginner modes are pretty great. It enjoys playing the sicilian as black against e4 and against d4. It also has a feature were you can watch gm games not live of course but ... Read More
The pieces are a bit small and extremely light, but the magnets on the bottom compensates for that. The stylus has a spot it clips in snuggly, so it won't get lost. The booklet explains it all wonderfully.
The system gives its response on the led screen in normal chess notation. You just need the chessboard with the pieces. Technology is fantastic!
My seven-year-old boy loves to play chess, but i do not have time to play with him. It helps kids to improve their focusing ability and boosts creativity.
Great multigenerational family game. Everyone from the 5 year old to grandparents enjoy it. Easy to play for 8 year old. As an aunt, it play it with my nephew. It is however a little more complex than dixit.
Stella is a new version of the popular dixit game. In stella, there are fifteen cards laid out in front of everyone and the game gives a clue, and you all secretly note which cards you think kinda match.
It is basically the same game; just some slight upgrade of components. It seems confusing at first but its not. The gameplay is a little bit more complicated with harder to follow instructions.
Cards are miscut. This means they stick out when you shuffle, and can't be mixed with other expansion. Maybe it's a supply issue, maybe it's just one or two bad batches.
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