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Quixo box cover art with wooden cubes displaying an x or an o and a five by five grid like an extra large tic tac toe board.

Like ticktacktoe? You'll love Quixo Classic. Twenty-five wooden cubes are shifted up and down and side-to-side as players try to line up five--diagonally, vertically, or horizontally--with their own symbol, X or O. Think carefully--every move brings the possibility of inadvertently helping your opponent win. In turn, each player removes a cube from the periphery of the handsome, dark wood board (10 inches in diameter) and replaces it at the end of one of the rows made incomplete by its removal, sliding the remaining four to fill up the empty space. Now the entire row has changed and each player may be one step closer to--or further from--winning. Keen strategic and visualization skills are a must.

The chart indicating Quixo requires 2-4 players, recommended player size for the best game time is 2, plays in 15 minutes, features Abstract strategy themes, and offers Pattern building, square grid, and tile placement Mechanics



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