👤 Players: 2-3
⏰ Time: 10-20min
Slip on an eye-mask or play with your eyes closed.
Take turns placing differently-shaped wooden pieces on the game board.
Forget about trying to see and use your memory to imagine what you are touching with your fingertips!
Be the first player to achieve one of three winning conditions:
- line up 4 identical pieces in a row
- line up 4 different pieces on the same level
- or create 3 rising steps – 1-2-3.
Four Senses is a three-dimensional game for 2 or 3 players, especially suitable for any player with restricted sight.
Equally challenging and fun regardless of vision limitations, this highly tactile game with wooden pieces is based on touch and does not rely on artificial sound effects.
Whether you and your friends are sighted or sight-impaired this game provides a fun evening of strategy, gaming and fun conversation.
- We ship items out Monday - Friday. Orders received by 9AM Central Time will be shipped out the same business day.
- We utilize both USPS and UPS for shipping services. Both options should be displayed during checkout if the customer is paying for shipping.
- If the order contains nothing but books, we can use USPS Media Mail to keep your shipping costs low. If board games are included on the order, we are unable to utilize Media Mail.
- On orders that qualify for free shipping, we utilize the most cost-effective option based on the destination location (this is usually UPS).
New Items are able to be returned within 30 days of receipt in the same condition they were shipped in. New items that have been opened will not be accepted for return. Return shipping is at buyer's expense.
Used Items are able to be returned if they are found to not be in the described condition. Please contact us within 48 hours of receipt to discuss return options.
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Used Games Are Always Guaranteed to be 100% Complete
We piece check every used game that comes in on trade at All Systems Go. Does it take forever? Yes. Do we think it's still important? Also yes.