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This card game from Looney Labs is dazzlingly colorful, fun to play, and easy to learn. It plays kind of like dominos, with each player trying to be the first to connect seven panels of a particular element (Earth, Air, Fire, Water, or Ether). Each player has a different goal, but Action cards allow players to trade or scramble the goals, as well as changing the cards on the table, thus keeping the game exciting right up until the very end. Suitable for all ages.
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