Thirsty Meeples Board Game Café
Oxford’s first and only board game café, located in the heart of the city.
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This is definitely one of the more unusual offerings in the café.

An assortment of oddly shaped wooden blocks are placed onto a round, wooden 'platter.' The platter has a cork ball on its underside, which is then placed on top of a conical stand. The trick is that the oddly shaped pieces are to be removed one-by-one, which has a high probability of upsetting the whole contraption's delicate balance. The bigger the piece that you remove when it's your turn, the more points you'll score, but you have a higher likelihood of spilling everything, which scores you negative points.


Designed by: Jacques Zeimet

Published by: Zoch Verlag

Genres: Light Strategy, Party

Ages: 6 and up

Players: 2 to 7

Playing Time: 30 minutes

Year: 1996

This game is available to play in our cafe!


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