MINDBLOCK BOARD GAME GUIDE

Mindblock is a game that combines game classics Rummy and Dominoes very much like iconic game from the 70s Rummikub but with a few meaningful changes. Using different sized colorful blocks, you need to make different strategic combinations to get rid of all of your titles.

Its 3-dimensional Rummy using stackable building blocks where sets and runs are created by arranging blocks according to their color and height. Make sets out of stacks of the same height as long as each stack is a different color. Make runs out of a staircase of 3 or more stacks in order, as long as they are the same color. Think ahead and make the right decisions, without losing track of what’s on the table as you take apart Runs and Sets to recombine them into new ones while trying to get rid of all your blocks first.

RELEASE YEAR: 2019

PLAYERS: 2 – 4

GAME TIME: 40 – 60 minutes

GENRE: Puzzle Strategy

MINDBLOCK - INTERESTING FACTS

Mindblock was designed by Dan Klitsner who also designed the dexterity phenomenon Bop-It.

Mindblock is published by Blue Orange Games who also published titles such as Kingdomino (2016), Photosynthesis (2017) and Blue Lagoon (2018).

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MINDBLOCK - FAQ

No, to form a set you would need each number to be a different color block. You could not, for example, have a set of yellow 7 - yellow 7 - green 7, that's too many yellows.
Yes, the sky is the limit. You can combine bricks as much as you want and have as long as they fit into the runs and sets you are trying to produce.
The colors, which do not correlate to player colors but are more like the suits from playing cards, are blue, orange, yellow and green.
No, the interaction with what other players do is such a key part, it would not even be the same game.

MINDBLOCK - EDITORIAL

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MINDBLOCK - VIDEOS

VIDEO: How To Play Mindblock 
by Blue Orange Games [TRT 02:19]

 

VIDEO: Edo’s Mindblock Review 
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