Type: mancala, patter building, pattern recognition
Playtime: 30 min
Designer: Dennis Kirps, Christian Kruchten, Jean-Claude Pellin
Artist: Odysseas Stamoglou
After a long hike through the woods, you finally find the perfect place to set up your camera: a lush meadow. A green sea of grass rolls gently in the wind, spotted with flowers opening up to morning dew and gentle sunlight, and flocks of butterflies hovering above in a slow, deliberate dance. Light flickers in the golden dust, as you take the first look through your lens and get ready to capture the most beautiful of sights in your pictures.
Dust in the Wings is a family game of perception, planning and picturing the beauty of nature. Built on the wisdom of Mancala –a game known for thousands of years –it creates an experience that is light on rules, engaging in its gameplay, and wondrous to the eye.
Learn how to play Dust in the Wings in less than a minute! All you need to know is:
- Pick up a flock of butterflies from a single space.
- Move from space to space, always leaving one butterfly behind.
- Create one of the sets to take a picture and score points!
Be perceptive, be creative, and make sure to enjoy yourself, as you gently steer the butterflies to create only the most captivating images.
You’re looking for the rulebook? Click here.