Klask combines speed and tactics. Players control their piece using magnets under the board. Goals are scored in three ways: sending the ball into the opposite goal, causing two obstacle magnets to attach to your opponent’s piece, or causing your opponent to fall into their own goal.
Klask was created by Danish inventor Mikkel Bertelsen, and is published by our friends at Marektoy. It is made in China by a German owned manufacturer. We have personally visited the factory and are more than happy with the working conditions.
Age range: 8 and up
Contents: Plywood frame with laminated playing surface. Two playing figures, 4 obstacle magnets (1 spare), and 2 balls (one spare). Score markers. Instructions.
A quick bundle of frenetic action, short enough that any one (or two or three) games isn’t enough to make you tire of it.