The first game I want to talk to you about this week is Arokah. It is a one-of-a-kind 23 piece puzzle that will test your brains, memory and patience. Suitable for the whole family, this game will really get you working together (or on your own if you prefer!) to become the Arokah Master.
Steve C Brazier is the mathematician behind Arokah. He discovered a new mathematical phenomenon. An algorithm which produces 23 unique elements within a single hexagon. Consisting of familiar and unique shapes, the ‘Arokah’ effect is exclusively applicable to the hexagon. The 23 pieces of the hexagon, can then be used to create various other beautiful, predetermined shapes. To play the game, you must use these pieces to create different shapes. Each level is progressively harder than the last.
Watch the video to find out how to play!
Arokah isn’t a board game, as such but you can work alone or together as a team to compete the challenges. The more you play, the better you become. Can you become the next Arokah Master?
What’s in the box?
- Beautiful Arokah double sided playing board
- 23 wooden shapes
- 6 paper challenges (double sided, 12 games in total)
- Invitation to join the Arokah club, and download a free extra Master Challenge!
Design: 9/10 (the box lets it down!)
Easy to play: 10/10 (but tricky to actually win!)
Arokah is available in the UK only. I can be purchased directly from the Arokah website here for £19.95. There is also a Master Expansion pack available from the Arokah website for £5.95.
Fancy exploring some more games? Take a look at our games category here. Come back tomorrow to discover another awesome game!
** We were sent a copy of Arokah in exchange for this post. All views expressed are my own **
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