The Block Ness Board Game master page. A complete guide. Review, how to play, editorial, useful links, similar games, FAQ, interesting facts and so much more. Block Ness is the quick and easy spatial reasoning and area control with a Loch Ness monster theme.
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BLOCK NESS GAME INFO
|PLAYERS:||2 – 4 Players|
|DURATION:||15 – 20 Minutes|
|GENRE:||Area Control / Abstract Strategy|
|ARTIST:||Christine Alcouffe, Simon Douchy|
|PUBLISHER:||Blue Orange Games|
BLOCK NESS PHOTO GALLERY
BLOCK NESS OVERVIEW
The Block Ness monsters are finally rearing their heads but there’s just one problem – the loch isn’t big enough for everyone! Each turn, players must add a piece to their monster following placement rules. They then move the head or the tail of their monster to the new piece. Be as strategic as you can by using the space on the lake to your advantage and be the last one to elongate your monster to win!
BLOCK NESS REVIEW
6.8 out of 10
This is a quick and easy spatial reasoning and control game that is great for families and has a fun Loch Ness monster theme. This one is on the table and over in a quick flash because from start to finish it is a quick-fire race to fill the space. There is nothing to this game but for as limited as your options are, you still have lots to do, with each decision having a major effect on the game. Not only do you have to fill up space, but you have opportunities to masterfully weave around your opponents, so there is always plenty to think about. A solid choice, especially for kids.
BLOCK NESS HOW TO PLAY
Players take turns choosing a monster segment from their reserve and using it to increase the length of their creature on the Loch game board. Each new segment must be placed next to your monster’s head or tail — with the head or tail piece then moving to the far side of the newly-placed piece — and you can cross the path of other monsters on the board only if you can go above them.
BLOCK NESS SIMILAR GAMES
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BLOCK NESS USEFUL LINKS
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BLOCK NESS FAQ
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