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Jan 12

Quartex Game Review & Giveaway Ends 1/26

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CSE Games makes different and unique games. One of those games is Quartex.

About CSE Games:

CSE Games is a developer and publisher of award-winning sports and entertainment products. We take great pride in the design, quality and experience that all of our products deliver.

From our board games, card games, sports and collectible products, our goal is to offer something special to all of our customers. Our games present players with an entertaining challenge and promotes family fun, cognitive skill development, and strategic thinking.

CSE Games is an official licensee of the National Hockey League and the Collegiate Licensing Company. All of our product are safety tested and conform to the standards of ASTM F963. In addition, all of our manufacturing partners are registered with the Fair Labor Association (http://www.fairlabor.org).

CSE Games. For sports and games fans. By sports and games fans.

Quartex

Product Description:

Quartex™ is an award-winning and engaging new abstract strategy tile game for the whole family. A board game and puzzle in one.

Play your tiles by matching and placing them beside other tiles already in play. If your tile completes a four-corner shape, you earn a point token of that color. But here’s the fun twist – as the number of tokens collected increases, their value decreases. Sometimes, less is more.

Because players decide where tiles are placed, the shape of every game of Quartex™ is unique! If you’re ready to outsmart the competition in this challenging game of shape-building, grab a few friends and enter the Quartex™!

Quartex™ is the second title in CSE’s line of strategic, easy-to-learn, family-oriented games developed by Toronto-native Tim W. K. Brown.

Quartex™ debuted at 2012 Gen Con in Indianapolis, IN. It received rave reviews and completely sold out. Gen Con Indy is the original, longest running, best attended, gaming convention in the world. Last year, more than 120,103 turnstile and 36,106 unique attendees experienced Gen Con Indy.

The Quartex™ official launch took place at Snakes and Lattes board game cafe in Toronto on Dec. 4th, 2012.

Components:

  • 55 tiles
  • 40 tokens
  • 5 shields
  • 1 velvet bag
  • Illustrated instructions

Skills developed:

  • Counting and math
  • Logical and critical decision making
  • Pattern/color matching
  • Visuo-spatial skills
  • Hand/resource management

My Review:

This is the second game I’ve reviewed from CSE Games.  I’m currently running a giveaway for the first game NHL Fastrack

My family likes to play games together sometimes and we needed new ones. Quartex is a fun and unique game.  It’s a game that makes you think and the game is never the same, it changes every time you play. 

I love that there is no board to play on, all of the pieces can be stored in the included draw string bag. The bag makes it easy to not only store the game, but take it with you. It’s very easy to put the game in your purse or bag. This is a game that makes you think and can be a learning game for children. 

Giveaway:

CSE Games was generous enough to offer a game for one of my readers. Be sure to enter the form below. Giveaway open to USA residents only and runs from 1/12 to 1/26.

Quartex

Disclosure: I received product(s) for free in exchange for an honest review, which may differ from yours. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I used personally, and believe will be good for any of my readers.

Disclosure Giveaways: Gina’s Library of Reviews is not responsible for shipment of prize, and can take up to 8 weeks to arrive. Winner will be announced, emailed, and then has 48 hours to respond to email or new winner is chosen. These are USA Giveaways, unless stated otherwise.

About the author

Gina

Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com

9 comments

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  1. Jennifer Pittman

    I would also like Gridstones.

  2. William Krawic

    Gridstones looks interesting

  3. beth

    I like Gridstones

  4. Melissa L.

    I also like NHL IceBreaker. Thanks for the giveaway!

  5. Amy bavier bartley

    Grid stones looks cool and the scorekeeper too.

  6. Rose Santuci-Sofranko

    Cool! Their Gridstones game looks interesting too. God bless!

  7. Mary Rutter

    I like NHL Spot It

  8. Holly Thomas

    NHL spot it looks like it would also be fun to play!

  9. Stephanie O'Day

    I think that we would like the Gridstones game!

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