Qwirkle is a game played with tiles having the shapes and colours of those in the menu bar above. For a detailed description visit Wikipedia.
  • When a game starts you are dealt six of the 108 tiles.
  • When it's your turn to play you may place as many tiles as you can to make a line containing all the same colour or all the same shape but without any duplicate tiles.
  • If you start a game the first tile you play must cover the square with a star in it else the first tile you play must touch a tile on the board.
  • You select a tile by clicking on it.
  • You select a cell on the board by clicking on it.
  • You score one point for each tile in a line you create or add to.
  • A complete line of six tiles, called a 'Qwirkle', scores twelve points.
  • The game ends when the first player runs out of tiles. They are awarded a bonus of six points. The player with the highest score wins the game.
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