Conventions like Pax Prime in Seattle are occasions that attract a lot of games, both board and electronic. One of the best games that I saw was this one, Pajaggle.
Pajaggle is a game with a plastic board, made for pieces that fit precisely in place. That’s it. The goal of the game is to simply put the shapes in the proper place, in the least about of time. By the way, the player is supposed to put the big piece in the middle of the board in last, and say “Pajaggle”.
As someone who loves it when things are in order, there is something very comforting about this game. There are other ways to play this game, like a game of triads where the Pajaggle pieces are put in groups of three.
I have to say that the game is somewhat difficult as these pieces are laser-cut to fit in their one place, and some pieces fit in other pieces. It looks easy at first, but this game of shapes becomes difficult as some pieces don’t fit in as easy as they should on the first try.
All in all, Pajaggle is fun for any age. It is available for about $29.99 from the Pajaggle online store.