Shape Counters – Review

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Shape Counters

Designers: Taralyn Plante
Publisher: TP Games RI
Year Published: 2022 (may relaunch on Kickstarter and/or self-publish)
No. of Players: 2-4
Ages: 6+
Playtime: 45 minutes
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This review was poor and shortened to 3 questions.
From the Publisher:
Shape Counters is a fun and exciting rummy style card game, consisting of 3 rounds, where players take turns drawing cards to form certain card combinations to score points.
Disclaimer: The publisher provided the prototype copy of Shape Counters. The opinions expressed in the review are completely my own.


How was the quality? Low.
Is it enjoyable? No.
Is it recommended? No.


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Brad Hiscock, aka “Zerility”, is a construction project manager and electrician by trade who was the owner of a 6-time award winning electrical company. His passion for board games has led him from playing hundreds of original titles to creating a design and publishing company of his own, Convivial Games. As an up and coming collaborator on many projects, he is always eager to try new games and meet new people.

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