RUMIS - or “stones” - uses your spatial awareness and critical thinking skills as you try to outwit your opponents while building one of six historical Incan structures - a Pyramid, Tower, Stairs, Tomb, Temple or a Wall.
Each player starts with eleven different wooden RUMIS 'stones' of one particular colour. Then you begin, one stone at a time, playing your stones and blocking your opposition. Everyone is trying to ensure they have the upper-hand, because when nobody can play anymore, the player with the most stones visible from above is the winner! Try to use up all your stones though, because any left over at the end count against your score!
One of the easiest ways to explain the appeal of the game, is to describe it as 3D Tetris. The fun and tactics lie in working out which pieces your opponents have left, and then adjusting your strategy to block them in!Easy rules to learnQuick to playTactically and mentally challengingDevelops spatial awarenessWinner of the highly prestigious Mensa Select AwardNominated for Game Of The Year in Germany
Contents:4 sets of eleven coloured wooden blocks3 double sided scenario playing boards - giving 6 different scenariosRules
Great For.....Tetris or Blokus FansObservation & Problem SolvingSpatial Awareness
No. of Players: 2 to 4
Min. Age: 8