Grand Mosque of Agadez Game - Basic Set - Large
In the town of Agadez in the Sahara, there is a 500-year-old clay minaret and mosque. Its famous tower is about 98 feet high, stabilized by palm wood beams inserted into the minaret. These beams are not only used by the bricklayers as a scaffolding but also by the Tuareg and Hausa people who competed in climbing the tower. Your goal is to build an impressively tall tower with 3 pins through 2 bricks like how the Agadez tower was made. This strategic game strengthens three-dimensional perception and rewards well-planned moves. With plenty of floor space, you can construct other large things as well. This open-ended set provides plenty of possibilities for 2-4 people, ages 5 to 105.
Set contains: 16 bricks with holes (clay) and 16 red and yellow pins (palm wood), and 4 wheels with rubber washers, booklet
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