Can you manage to get 4 marbles of the same color in a row?
  • German
  • From 5 years old
  • less than 30mn
  • 2 to 3 player(s)

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Is the course of the marble random? Where will it land?

In Ingo Althöfer's game Galtoni, the marbles are on a slippery slope.

Click! Click! Click! The marbles are inserted at the top and then make their way past regularly arranged obstacles. During set-up, the gameboard, made of solid wood, has been tilted to the slope you desire. The big question is which course the marbles will take. Is it random – or not?
The objective is to get four of your marbles into one row – horizontally, vertically or diagonally. Since you draw the marbles blindly out of a bag, you are often forced to let an opponent's marbles roll. Or if you happen to get hold of a joker, you can count it for any color.
Language(s) German
Author(s) Ingo Althöfer
Matière(s) Wood
Editor Gerhards

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