πŸ”΄ 🟑 Torus 🟑 πŸ”΄

$34.99

Torus is a game of abstract logic played across a grid representing the surface of a torus – a mobile strategy game for 2 players or solo mode. 🟑 πŸ”΄

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Description

Torus is a dynamic three-dimensional abstract strategy game played on a two-dimensional board. The objective is to surround the opponent’s tokens and flip them to your own color through strategic placement and movement on a conceptual toroidal shape, represented by the 100 squares of the flat game board.

Originally designed as a teaching tool for advanced mathematical applications in biology, it became a critically acclaimed highly advanced strategy game. The Solo Mode pits the logical left brain against your intuitive right brain.

GAME DETAILS

  • Number of Players:Β  1 – 2
  • For Ages:Β  8+
  • Playing Time:Β  15-25 minutes

 

CONTENTS

  • 1 Game Board
  • 100 Chips
  • 2 x 30 second sandtimers
  • 1 x 10 second sandtimer
  • 1 Rule Booklet

 

GAME DESIGNER

Dr. Bronn

GAME ILLUSTRATION/LAYOUT

Michael Christopher

Additional information

Weight 0.4 kg
Dimensions 24.5 × 17.5 × 4.5 cm

7 reviews for πŸ”΄ 🟑 Torus 🟑 πŸ”΄

  1. Ernō Rubik, Creator of the Rubik’s Cube

    Your game is wonderful!

  2. Alexey Pajitnov, Creator TETRIS

    The circle of your game’s fans has already formed and will continue to grow.

  3. Barry Spilchuk , Coauthor “A Cup of Chicken Soup for the Soul”

    You can actually feel yourself getting smarter as you play this game. You can have numerous β€˜Aha’ moments and it’s like you begin to recognize how you think, learn and process new information.

  4. Konstantin Provotorov

    I started playing Torus when I was 14 years old. A year later, I became champion. The release of the game in Canada, the USA, and other countries will incentivize more people to start playing.

  5. Raoul Hendriks

    The game has incredible potential across numerous fields, from education to organizational behaviour to mental health.

  6. Evgeny Ivankov, GO master

    Torus can be compared to the most complex abstract game: Go, but it has an additional dynamic component that minimizes the role of standard tactics.

  7. Ilya A. Rybak, PhD, Professor of Neuroscience, Drexel University

    A very interesting and exciting tool for the development, implementation and analysis of different systems of individual and collective thinking.

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