Quarto 3D

Quarto is played on a 4×4 board. There are 16 pieces, each of which has four attributes:
Tall or Short
Round or Square
Dark or Light
Flat or Hollow

Players take turns selecting any of the available pieces. Once a piece is selected, the player gives the piece to his/her opponent who plays it in any of the available positions on the board.

The winning player is the first player to create a row or diagonal which contains any four pieces that share a common attribute. (ie: 4 dark pieces or 4 short pieces, 4 round pieces, etc).

The winning player need not have played all four of the winning pieces. He/she need only to place the final piece. Sounds easy? Good luck!

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Quarto 3D

Quarto is played on a 4×4 board. There are 16 pieces, each of which has four attributes:
Tall or Short
Round or Square
Dark or Light
Flat or Hollow

Players take turns selecting any of the available pieces. Once a piece is selected, the player gives the piece to his/her opponent who plays it in any of the available positions on the board.

The winning player is the first player to create a row or diagonal which contains any four pieces that share a common attribute. (ie: 4 dark pieces or 4 short pieces, 4 round pieces, etc).

The winning player need not have played all four of the winning pieces. He/she need only to place the final piece. Sounds easy? Good luck!

Enjoy!
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