Penki Wooden Boardgame
Five in a row – and don't forget the jokers!
"Penki" is Lithuanian and means "five." And "five" is also the crucial number in this game. The author has combined an old game principle with new elements, resulting in a challenging tile-laying game for two tacticians.
The game comes with wooden tiles, each with two recesses, and wooden disks in three colors. Each player is assigned one color; in addition, there are eight jokers that count for either player.
At the beginning of the game, players blindly draw wooden disks out of the bag.
You always draw them in pairs, and during the game, you have to place them in this exact order.
On each turn, you have the choice of either connecting an empty wooden tile or placing a pair of wooden disks into the empty recesses of one tile.
Who will have enough wooden disks left towards the end of the game and will be the first to form a row of five of his own disks?
Not suitable for children under 36 months! Small parts can be swallowed.
Designed by Hartmut Kommerell
For 2 players, 8 years and up
Playing time: 15 – 30 minutes
28 6-x-3 cm wooden tiles, each with two recesses, made of beechwood treated with protective oils
56 wooden disks in 3 colors
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