Achieve Perfect Balance In KOZO

January 13, 2019 by cassn

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KOZO is a 3-Dimensional polyomino stacking game originally released in Japan under the name 古代建築「賢者の塔」(Ancient Construct). Each turn is carried out in two actions. First, a player places one of their twelve polycubes on the tower, keeping within the confines of the 3x3 base grid. Then, a balance stone is placed on the top, thereby blocking that space from play.

I am a fan of a good dexterity/strategy game, but what I like about KOZO is that it can be played competitively, cooperatively, or as a solo gamer. There are elements of skill, strategy, dexterity, and a little luck all rolled into one minimalist game, and it makes my nerdish nerve endings tingle.

KOZO is available now through US publisher Winning Moves Games.

Why is she cheering? She hasn't won yet!

"KOZO can be played competitively, cooperatively, or as a solo gamer!"

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