Mojave – attack is the best defence
Not for nothing are the Mojave playing board and game layout reminiscent of chess: the aim is to beat the dice of your opponent. The dice are tilted over the number of playing spaces shown on them. A die can be hit when a player places it next to an opponents die with a lower number showing. Moves need to be well thought out and planned carefully so that your own dice are not endangered. The winner is the one who has beaten all of their opponents dice. Mojave develops logical thinking and farsightedness. The rules are simple and it is suitable for players of all ages.
The beautifully formed board is crafted from beech wood and can be folded allowing the dice to be stored in it.
Contents and material
- milled beech wood playing board (41 x 41cm) with hinge
- 30 special dice, light/dark
- felt base
Attention! Not suitable for children under 3 years, because of small parts. Suffocation hazard!