Frank Hamrick: "A skill game that provides a lot of fun - yet this one has a surprising amount of tactics for those who want to take the game more seriously. I can get the whole family to play this and that's a BIG plus. Like Ping Pong, you can play it seriously and develop skilled shot making ability, or you can mindlessly flip the disks. A good board makes this one a very enjoyable experience."
Aaron Fuegi: "I originally wasn't sure this would stay up this high but it has. Definitely best with 4 players in partnerships."
David Fair: "Great game enhanced by the beauty of the board. A classic."
Peter Sarrett: "Simple. Elegant. Lovely. And a game to become a family heirloom."
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