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Dizios -- Mensa Select® Winner(search on Board Game Geek)
A very simple game in theory but very well-execited. Each tile has a Photoshop "twirl" effect in the center of the tile, which creates a unique look that distinguishes the game but without detracting from actual gameplay. The tiles are made of high-quality die-cut cardboard and are pleasing to hold. The gameplay itself is simple enough for a child to understand, but with just enough strategy for an adult to not get bored. I didn't expect to find the game particularly remarkable, but I was pleasantly surprised.
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