How To Play: This abstract strategy is surprisingly deep for its simple rules. The object of the game is to advance your pawn to the opposite edge of the board. On your turn you may either move your pawn or place a wall. You may hinder your opponent with wall placement, but not completely block him off. Meanwhile, he is trying to do the same to you. First pawn to reach the opposite side wins!
BGG Paul Boos:"An awesome game - don't play those fences too early! Better with 4 people as you can really get into interesting balancing acts between helping, hurting, or relying on the other players."
BGG Mister Alex:"For such a fast, uncluttered game I'm often surprised by how much variation in strategy can be found in it. Among the very best of the modern abstract games. "
BGG Pol Cors:"One of the best abstract games, and one game that i'm always ready for. Simple rules make it a no brainer to teach, but that easy to explain rules hide a deep game. "
BGG Perry Tanner:"Go-to abstract. Easily my most likable game for its simple rules and very very pretty components. Under the easy to learn, hard to master category, usually gets played many times in one sitting and can attract attention from non-gamers easily. "