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Prefer the 2 player version better, but still fun to play. Wish the board was bigger and Was a octagonal shaped board. If you have big hands the board gets moved all over the place. Very chaotic and less skillful than 2 player klask
Each player has a smaller space to play within compared to the original game, and one effect of that change is that it seems easier to klask (fall into your own goal). Biscuits fly everywhere in this 4p version, and it's common for every player to end up with a biscuit stuck to their paddles. It may also be easier to throw a biscuit at another player, but I'm still investigating this. Bank shots are effortless, and there are fewer moments of a shot rolling out of a goal, so I've learned to check in with everyone before dropping the ball into the court. All of these elements contribute to the game feeling faster and a little more chaotic than the original, but even after just a handful of plays, our rounds have begun to stretch out as we get better.
It's Klask for 4. The best feature is, of course, the possibility to play KLASK 4p at last. The circular walls make it quite a bit random though, or at least it's a lot harder to learn how to use them for scoring. Therefore it's more about kicking everything everywhere and trying to avoid getting (minus) points.
I much prefer the partnership variant which is great; 4 players against each other is only 'good'.
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KLASK 4 features the gameplay of KLASK, but within a round playing area with four goals so that four players can compete at the same time.
2 Players, 3 Players, 4 Players
Action / Dexterity
Game Factory, Lord of Boards, Competo / Marektoy
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