Tak: University Edition Game Giveaway

Tak: University Edition Game Giveaway

Last year told you about Cheapass Games when we shared our Tak game overview. Scott and the girls excel at these types of abstract games and I think that’s because we’ve been playing them for so many years. Kids learn checkers at a young age and are often intimidated by chess. Games like Tak bridge the gap and continue to challenge players of all ages. Since the time when we previously featured Tak, Cheapass Games has rolled out a new, compact version of the game. We’ll be featuring it in one of our gift guides this holiday season so keep an eye out for it. Before that happens, we’re excited to pre-introduce you to it through our Mega giveaway!

If you think Tak: University Edition sounds like a good addition to your game shelf, use the form below to enter the giveaway. It’s easy and you can come back daily for more chances to win! Don’t forget to let Cheapass Games know what you think of their games!

Mega Giveaway 2018 – Tak: University Edition Game

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18 comments on «Tak: University Edition Game Giveaway»

  1. Donald Wayman says:

    Santorini

  2. Cindy M says:

    I am not sure.

  3. aunte jill says:

    dont know

  4. Charlene says:

    I’ve never played one.

  5. Jordan Binkerd says:

    I’ve yet to get into that genre…. maybe this one!

  6. Melody B says:

    I don’t think I have ever tried one before

  7. Trey LaCaze says:

    Onitama

  8. MICHAEL CHEVILLOT says:

    Checkers

  9. Mia Rose says:

    I don’t have a favorite abstract style game.

  10. brody says:

    I like Hive

  11. Sparks says:

    We play Blokus a decent amount. Works well for kids.

  12. Josh Christian says:

    Gobblet

  13. Dave Blizzard says:

    Chess

  14. Andrew W says:

    Santorini is my favorite abstract game, it teaches logic, is designed for kids to help them learn about logic and programming, and is a ton of fun to play.

  15. Darlene Owen says:

    I like checkers

  16. Sue E says:

    I tried to play PÜNCT.

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