Play

Hey, are you ready to play?

Pull the plug and play along!
Our new eco-friendly bag is made of recycled bottles. And because we want to play our way into your hearts, we’ve added some fun on the backside of the bag.

Noughts and crosses

The two players take turns marking the spaces in the 3x3 grid. The player who succeeds in placing three of their marks in a diagonal, horizontal, or vertical row is the winner.

Hit the road

Don’t you just love a car racing adventure?
Grab your dream car, follow the curves and practice your motor skills. You’ll soon be king of the road.

Nine Men’s Morris

The two players take turns in placing their 2x9 pieces on each of the board’s points (intersections, where a horizontal and a vertical line meet). Once all nine pieces (or ‘men’) have been placed on the board, the players take turns in moving their men to an available adjacent
point. If a player manages to place three of their men in a line, either horizontally or vertically, then they have made a ‘mill’ and may remove one of their opponent’s men. This applies to every mill that is made.

Men that are part of the opponent’s mill may not be taken unless no other move is possible. If a player only has three men left, this player’s men may ‘jump’ from one point to the next. This means that they do not have to follow the lines but can ‘fly’ to a random point on the board.

The game is won by the player who reduces his or her opponent to two pieces, or if this opponent cannot move his or her pieces because they are blocked.