The Challenging Game of Three in a Row
|Play a card to make three in a row. How simple is that? Very simple... unless you are playing Triplica. |
Players compete by placing cards to line up three in a row of the shape that matches their secret Goal. The first player to score five Goals wins! But beware... placing a card can help your opponents as easily as it can help you!
Triplica includes two multi-player games and a highly addictive solitaire version. With three ways to play, choose the version that is best for you. Triplica combines a mix of strategy and luck, and is easy to learn and fun to play.
For 1 to 6 players. Ages 7 and up. Playing time 15 minutes.
Contents: 60 Play cards, 36 Goal cards, instructions
Video Demonstration of Triplica played as a Solitaire Game
Triplica has received the Major Fun Award from Bernie "Major Fun" DeKoven and was filed by him under Family Games, Kids Games and Thinking Games.
"Games and toys that receive this award have proven themselves to be adaptable, enjoyable, quality products that make our world a better place."
Triplica has been awarded Game of the Year by Creative Child Magazine in the category Card Games for Kids. Creative Child Magazine's Awards Program is unique in that all products submitted are reviewed by moms, music educators and early education professionals. Products are not reviewed by any one person. They are reviewed by many people-the very people who purchase them.
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Triplica has been awarded the Seal of Approval from the National Parenting Center during their Spring 2010 round of evaluations.
Read the Full Review Here
Triplica has been selected among the Top 100 Educational Gifts of 2010 by Homeschool.com. You can explore the complete list on their website at:
Triplica has been extensively evaluated and is now inducted into the Toy Man Product Guide. We are happy to say it has also been selected for an eChoice award! You can read the full review and see some of the interesting points made about Triplica here: