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Queen's Guard

Queen's Guard

The first board game using a hexagonal board

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Queen's Guard (also known as Agon or Royal Guard) is a game invented by Anthony Peacock in 19th-century England. It is considered to be the first board game to use a hexagonal board.

Players move their pieces initially placed at the outermost edge toward the center. If your piece is sandwiched by two of the opponent's pieces, you must use your turn to reposition it. The player who occupies the center and all the six spaces surrounding it wins.

Kanare_Abstract edition also comes with the rules of "Bloody Queen", an original variant with improved convergence for modern players.

  • 2 Players
  • 20 Min
  • Age 6+


・1 Fabric Gameboard (polyester) 200mm×200mm
・14 Game Discs (wooden, reesin crown on the queens)12mm×24mm
・1 Rule Sheet (double-sided printing) 195mm×292mm
・1 Box (cardboard with semi-coated label) 110mm×110mm×28mm

The product contains small parts. Do not give to children under 3 years of age.


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