I would say a word of warning to the serious gamer here - Tsuro may well be beautiful and fun, but it is not strategically deep. The quality of the product is second to none; I have rarely seen a board game so artfully executed. There is a beautiful piece of printed tissue paper inside which, as far as I can judge, serves no purpose, but it is a lovely thing and adds to the feeling of quality and beauty. But after a couple of games, it becomes fairly clear that there is a limit that is quickly reached on the amount of strategic thinking it requires to play well.
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