loading

If you see this message, it means that your browser failed to load this file.

You should try the following : check your connection, disable ad-blocker, clear your browser cache, try in private mode, try from another browser/computer/connection.

The translation for this game in your language is incomplete (untranslated text will appear in English). You can help from the translation center.

A-zivout quarto

Krouer:
Blaise Muller
Treser:
Gigamic
Embanner:
publisher  
Bloavezh:
1991
Diorroet gant
Joe Masinter (joeeoj)
Niver a bartiennoù c'hoariet
139 607
Niver a c'hoarierien:
2
Padelezh ar bartienn:
4 mn
Kemplezted:
1
Strategiezh:
5
Chañs:
0
Etrewered:
1
handelv
170202-1134

Board Game Arena a drugareka kalz Gigamic en/he deus graet kalz evit ma vije d'eus an azasadur-mañ war al lec'hienn.

Gwelet ar c'hoari war ober


Gellout a rit ivez : Gwelet ur bartienn o ren (30 partienn o ren)

Diverradenn ar reolennoù

Ar bajenn-mañ a zo unan eus pajennoù wiki BGA, bet skrivet gant kummuniezh c'hoarierien BGA. Kredit kemm pe ouzhpennañ traoù-zo!

Quarto is an abstract board game for 2 players. Players compete to place pieces on a 4x4 grid, to be the first player to make a line of four pieces (or in advanced variant, also a 2x2 square) where all of them share some characteristic. The twist is that the opponent chooses the piece to be played.

Start of the game

The board is divided into 16 spaces in a 4x4 grid. There are 16 pieces. Each piece can be light or dark, tall or short, circular or square, and solid or hollow. Each possible combination (for example, light/tall/circular/solid or dark/short/square/hollow) appears exactly once. The board starts off empty; all pieces are off the board.

Player's turn

In a player's turn, two steps happen. First, the opponent chooses a piece, then the player chooses a space to place the piece. Any piece still off the board may be selected, and any empty space may be selected.

End of the game

The game ends when there is a line of four occupied spaces, of which all four pieces in the line share a common trait (for example, all light or all short). The player that places the last piece that forms that line of four (not the opponent who selected it) is the winner.

In the advanced variant, a 2x2 area that share a common trait also ends the game, winning for the player that places the piece.

30 partienn o ren

Gwelet ur bartienn o ren (30 partienn o ren)

Disoc'hoù diwezhañ

[Kavout ur bartienn]



Kargañ savenn ar c'hoari ...
TRUGAREZ : Unan eus hor c'hoarierien lealañ oc'h !
Tapit pep gwellañ Board Game Arena evit €2 / miz hepken !
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12