Twixt Board Game Review (How to Play)

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9 thoughts on “Twixt Board Game Review (How to Play)

  1. Good review of the game. However, the "new release" of TwixT was done without the permission of the author's estate and according to the SAZ (German Game Author's Association possibly in violation of .copyright law.

  2. We had this game when I was too young to play it or understand it (as far as I can remember). I woke up last week and the word TWIXT popped into my head randomly and now I want to get it. So happy to see there are many youtube videos about it. I see now it's a simple, yet complex game. I remember finding the Cover photo very interesting and compelling.

  3. I played Twixt all the time when I was in summer school in the early 70s. Love this game. I didn't know it had gone out of production, and I don't see why it would be hard to bring this back as it is so simple in concept and construction. Great game and you did a great job describing it.

  4. Thanks for describing the swap rule very clearly, as well as how fences are placed, and the fact that you may play basically anywhere on the board. All this is much more important than the minor issues I am about to quibble over.

    Fences block both players, not just the opponent.
    Draws are possible.
    Players may remove their own fences, not just their own pegs. They may need to do this to gain the elbow room needed to complete a continuous chain, which is required to win.

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