Magna Quadratum requires great tactical skills and the ability to predict the opponent’s moves.
It is played by 2 to 4 players and, by forming a square with one’s own pawns, one has the right to eat all the opponents’ pawns contained within it. Whoever can eat the most wins.
A game that keeps the mind trained, but puts solid friendships at risk 😉
Material: Birch, beech, pine, maple and walnut.
Dimensions: 29x29x2 cm
It is played by 2 to 4 players.
The objective is to place one’s pawns at the top of a more or less large square. Once done, you have the right to “eat” all the opponents’ checkers contained in the formed square.
Whoever has eaten the most opponent’s checkers at the end of the game wins.