Ep 96: Quinto Board Game Review (3m Bookshelf 1964)

A review on how to play the board game Quinto

Part of the 3M Bookshelf Series

Quinto is essentially Scrabble with Numbers. The game begins with each player drawing a ‘hand’ of five tiles (numbered from 0 to 9). Players then take turns placing their numbered tiles on the board so that the sum—of row(s) and column(s)—is equal to a multiple of the “Multile” number (5, 6, 7, 8, or 9) which has been randomly selected for that round. Second, no row can consist of more than five numbers. Finally, if a player places all five of their tiles in a single turn, they must be able to score in at least two directions. Once all the tiles have been placed, players are docked points for any tiles they have not used; highest score wins.

The red “Multiles” were introduced in the 1968 edition; the previous (1964) edition didn’t have those, and is played as if the “5” Multile were always the one drawn. Subscribe to keep up with all the latest reviews and game hunts! #boardgame #ads #ads

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  • excellent game, I own it, I learned to play in 1982 next to some very good players, the competition could be between 4 people, all against all or play as in the domino, in pairs, that is 2 against two, after many years , in 2005 I bought it through ebay, I'm happy to have it, I don't get who wins. The sale of this game should be resumed, it is dynamic and active the mind. Instagram @geologist_online

    Edgar Chacin Benedetto June 19, 2020 8:11 pm Reply
  • 4+4+6+7=21

    Carey Hunt June 19, 2020 8:11 pm Reply
  • I played this once. Would love to get my hands on a copy!

    David Heffron June 19, 2020 8:11 pm Reply
  • Excellent review. Remind me, does the multiple tile remain the same the whole game or can it be changed up during the game?

    Dude McMann June 19, 2020 8:11 pm Reply

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