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Jishaku

I absolutely love Jishaku. It is one super fun game for all ages (note: this game is for 14 and up. It has very high powered magnets in it. If you allow your children under 14 to play with it like I did, you need to monitor your children to make sure that they don’t put it in their mouths).

The game requires you to harness the power of magnets and outwit your opponent. You each take a turn placing a magnet on the board. The hard part? You can’t move any of the other magnet. I know it sounds super easy, but it isn’t. However, this game is fun of laughs. You’ll find yourself jumping out of your chair playing this game!

I could spend all day playing Jishaku.  It’s a game I would definitely recommend to kids and adults!

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2 thoughts on “Jishaku”

  1. I've been looking for a game that would appeal to both teens and adults that involves things like actual conversation and real 1:1 interactions that most video games don't provide. I'll have to check Jishaku out, thanks for the fun review!

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Lisa Martin

Lisa Martin

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