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Khet is a modern twist combining the strategy of chess with lasers! With a visually appealing Egyptian theme, it is easy on the eyes and easy to learn. With Khet fun and strategy are never ending. Position the pieces with embedded mirrors at the right place, and they will bounce the laser light around the board. Zap your opponent’s pharaoh to win the game!
Merlin’s Khet is a two-person board game that requires strategy, as well as meticulous strategy. The objective of the game is to zap your opponent’s Pharaoh by bouncing a laser off the mirrored pieces. The challenge is to protect one's own pharaoh while manoeuvring to illuminate the opponent's pharaoh. The game consists of several pieces which includes a pharaoh, obelisks and pyramids, all with mirrors. Each player is also in control of a laser. Move the pieces or rotate them to align the mirrors in such a way that your laser reflects to strike and light up the enemy pharaoh. With a handful of different pieces there are various moves that can be made to win the game. Khet 2.0 is simple to master, and will have you hooked much faster than other board games.
|In Depth||Please note: For 2 players Ages 9 Battery Requirements: Requires 4x CR2032 batteries (included) Contents: Carrying case with handle 26 pieces (includes two laser pieces) Game board Illustrated instructions|
|Dimensions||33cm(W) x 33cm(D) x 1cm(H)|
Khet 2.0 - The Laser Game FAQ
1) What is the game's objective?
The objective is to hit your opponent's Pharaoh with your laser. It can be done by directly hitting the Pharaoh or by the use of mirrors to bounce the laser.
2) What is the rule in moving the pieces?
Any change in position and turn is considered as a move in this game. Every move is accomplished by activating the laser.
3) Can a piece be eliminated from the game?
Yes, when a piece is hit by the laser it can be eliminated. Different piece has a different way of being eliminated from the game.
4) Is there a age limit for this game.
No. Just like chess, anyone who can understand the rules can play.
5) How many players can play?
Two players can play at a time.
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