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Hasbro Gaming Cirkis

3.1
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Description

  • CirKis - the captivating game of circles and stars and it's so easy, anyone can play but can you win
  • Players take turns placing a piece on the board next to the last piece played. Completing circles and stars scores points
  • The first player to score 40 points wins the game
  • The game can also end if one player plays his/her final piece or if no further plays are available
  • Playing time is 15 minutes and up

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Customer Reviews

Three Starsnot as fun as Blokus 3It looks so funSo far the kids only make patterns with the shapes and boards. No one is interested about playing by the rules. 3the kids like makinghaven't played it yet but we have played around with it. the kids like making patterns 5So much funThis is such a fun game. My husband and I bought this after playing Blockus with a friends. We came to Amazon to order Blockus and found Cirkis. This is a really great game for a game party. We put out several board game stations and friends rotate between tables, playing different games. This game has very simple rules and is quick to learn, making it ideal for such a set up. 5Simple from a mechanical standpoint - but not for young kidsIt's nice that this takes no batteries, but it is not for younger kids. My 10 year old understands and can play it, but my 7 year old can't really follow what needs to be done to play properly. I found it 'cute' but don't want to spend hours playing it, so my hope that my two kids could play together is not currently working out... I got this over the holiday 'deals' on Amazon, and paid about ten bucks for it. I think when added to an order to qualify for free shipping, it is worth the ten, but NOT the price I just saw online now, which was about double that. It is not worth almost twenty, plus shipping, IMO... 3For Strategy Seekers, Not Fun SeekersI own Blokus and really enjoy it, so I thought this would be similar.Pros: Short duration -- can play in 10-20 minutes. Bright colors.Cons: Slow-paced. Difficult to understand board layout, objective and scoring. We played two or three times before we were able to play without referring to the rules/scoring sheet over and over again. It is a quiet, thinking "game", yet it is more luck of the draw that determines what piece you can play and, hence, how many points you will get. Like Blokus, playing with less than four players ruins the game and significantly decreases play options and any chance at strategy.Summary: Not recommended as a fun or a family game. I may not even keep my own game and have no idea what to do with the extra one I bought as a potential gift. 2We couldn't figure this game out!My teenage son and I love building puzzles and playing strategy games, such as classic games like chess, backgammon, or checkers, to more recently created games such as Blokus and Cathedral. But this game made no sense! Neither one of us could ever win it. Each game ended in a tie. The playing pieces were strangely shaped, and hard to visualize because they didn't exactly fit on the board where you expected them to. After an hour or so, we gave up. I don't think we'll ever play it again. This game will definitely end up donated. I wish we hadn't wasted our money on it. 1DisappointedWe found this game too easy and boring. We thought it would be more like a Tangram game and have some challenge to it. My 12yr. old and I can play a round in 5 min. Just not what we thought it would be like. The quality is fine. Just not much of a challenge. 3Contrived, confusing, more like a toy than a gameI'd like to know who wrote those 5-star reviews in November and early December that convinced me to buy this for a holiday gift. Like other more recent reviewers, I've found it to be very disappointing.I played a game with our 9-year-old, and once was enough for both of us. If you have anything else available to do, you'll probably enjoy it more than this. So, with a bunch of other Christmas presents around, this one has seen the least action.They give you a game board with four trays for your pieces, but as the instructions say, you'll want to spread them out so you can see what you have available to work with. That only helps up to a point, and in the meantime they are now easier to knock onto the floor and lose. Missing pieces would pretty much kill the playability of the game from a strategic standpoint.People keep mentioning Blokus, which I think is far superior. The Cirkis board has a goofy combination of stars and circles -- as well as odd-shaped in-between spaces. Only certain pieces can be placed at certain points on the board.By huge contrast, Blokus pieces are all made up of squares joined together, and the board is just a grid of squares. In principle, any piece can be played anywhere on the board. That allows you to work on the game strategy without wasting mental energy on figuring out whether you have any pieces left in your tray that can fit in a star, or circle, or "sliver" or whatever.Put another way -- the "strategy" in Cirkis is dictated more than 50% by the pieces you have available, while in Blokus, strategy is dictated mostly by how you play your pieces.I found the Cirkis scoring explanations to be confusing and silly. And using a peg to keep track of that score in a series of holes, I don't get that at all. Also, as others have noted, you can easily lose the plastic pegs.I could check, but I think somebody here misread the rules. I don't think you get 15 minutes per player per turn. I think the little clock on the game box suggests that you will get about 15 minutes (or more) of play out of a single game in its entirety. This allows you to decide whether to get that box down from the shelf, instead of longer games like Monopoly or Risk or Chess.I bought this partly because (like others) I got snookered by the early hype and the presumed similarity to the other game already discussed -- but mostly because it was on sale for about half price. I am really glad I did not pay the "list" price, or even the current Amazon price which is slightly discounted.I suppose if a person were to spend a lot of time getting used to the peculiar design of the board and the shapes, and find a partner willing to really care at all about the silly strategy, maybe one could get more fun out of it. Maybe. But not me, and not most people, I think.Also, it's possible that a child might, repeat might get some kind of intellectual stimulation out of figuring out the spatial relationships between the pieces and the shapes on the board. But I don't think they need game play to accomplish that, which is why I likened it to a toy. I think a child might just play around with the pieces and make colored designs on the board, and be reasonably entertained.But that's not a reason to buy it! For a good strategy game get Blokus Classics Game (regular old Blokus) instead if you don't already have it. Or hey, how about Chess... 2What a wonderful game!We've really enjoyed playing this game--my nephews joined us for Christmas, and they had fun, too. The older boy, who's 7 1/2, wanted to keep going to see if he could fit all the pieces in like a puzzle, after we'd finished playing for points. The only fault I have with it is playing to 40 points--it seems like the game is over so quickly that way. It's helped my son look at spatial relationships better, because he has to choose a piece that fits, so it even has some educational value beyond just what the regular taking turns- or making a puzzle-type games have. I didn't know anything about this game when I bought it, just read the reviews, and I'm glad we have it now. 5
Hasbro Gaming Cirkis

Hasbro Gaming Cirkis

3.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€49,00
Sale price
€49,00
Regular price
€80,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€31,00)