Wednesday, April 6, 2011

♥ Jishaku *Review*

Jishaku  is a patent-pending, portable strategy game like chess or checkers that can be played anywhere – the kitchen or the beach. But unlike chess, there is an element of surprise when the magnets jump out of position, without warning. Surprise, then laughs, follow as two or more players try to beat force fields with strategic thinking plus careful and precise handling of the game’s magnetic


Jishaku is a foam game board with divots for placing magnetized stones. Each player takes turns placing their stones, while trying to avoid them disrupting one another. You never know if your magnet will be facing which polar end of the magnet next to it. And that's where it gets really fun! When I originally saw the game Jishaku I thought it would be a great game for me and my husband to play.  It is actually an easy and fun game to play with your children and friends.

 
 





JishakuTM is a patent-pending, portable strategy game like chess or checkers that can be played anywhere But unlike chess, there is an element of surprise when the magnets jump out of position, without warning. two or more players try to beat force fields with strategic thinking plus careful and precise handling of the game’s magnetic stones. The unpredictability of Jishaku.
recommend this game. It’s educational, teaches motor skills (and patience), teaches the concept of magnetism and the laws of attraction and repulsion, and encourages interactivity with the other players. It’s also very easy and simple enough for young kids to play with older kids and adults. And when the kids are not playing the actual game.

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