Calliope Games’ debut release is a beloved old friend—Tsuro: The Game of the Path. With updated rules and packaging, this elegant game has never been more fun!
Create your own journey with Tsuro™, the Game of the Path. Place a tile and slide your stone along the path created, but take care! Other players’ paths can lead you in the wrong direction—or off the board entirely! Find your way wisely to succeed. Tsuro is recommended for 2–8 players ages 8 and up. Stay the path—your journey begins here.
• Complete game rules
• 1 game board
• 1 Dragon tile
• 35 path tiles
• 8 markers
Benefits and Appeals
• Elegantly Designed: Tsuro is easy to play while remaining challenging for both children and adults. The beauty of the artwork complements the elegance of the game design.
• Strategic: Every tile is unique and can be rotated for various directional possibilities. Players will have to stay on their toes as they anticipate their opponents’ moves while looking ahead to find their own safe paths.
• Fun, Fast, and Exciting!: An average game takes less than 20 minutes, allowing even the busiest household time at the end of the day to play a “quick game” together.
• Updated Rules: The rules have been updated and polished to clarify use of the Dragon tile.
• 7 Languages: Box rules are translated into seven languages: English, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, and German.
• A Sure Sell: Retailers have raved about how easy it is to sell this great family game, which is designed to entertain from 2 to 8 players.
Praise for Tsuro
“Tsuro is so easy to demo—we sell stacks of this neat game.”
—Ed Evans, All Things Fun!, West Berlin, NJ
“This is as close as they come to instant classics.”
—John Kovalic, Dork Storm Press
“The game is stylish, easy to learn, quick to play, and can accommodate up to eight players. Fun for adults and kids alike.”
—Ogre Cave.com; Twelve Games Under the Tree
“We set up a demo table for Tsuro at our store and sold 30 copies between the time it came out and when you guys ran out of your first print run.”
—Joe Minton, Game Table