Photo-A-Day 2.0 #00508
We recieved a copy of Korner’d from Endless Games for free. Opinions of the game are our own.
Endless Games has recently launches a new puzzle game called Korner’d. This is a two sided game board with 36 tiles that have four colors or animals on them, one in each corner of the time. The game board is a large grid covered in colors on one side and animals on the other. Your goal is to match your tiles to spaces on the board. Each tile can only match one specific spot on the board. There are several ways that you can play this. Traditional is that each player gets 3 tiles and the first one to place all of their tiles correctly wins. You can also race to see who can get all 36 tiles placed the quickest. We also made up other rules like giving me 9 tiles to do when everyone else got 6.
I found that I picked this game up very quickly and could match things really well. We played with my mom, my dad and Eva. Andy began to pick the game up better the second time that we tried to cover the whole board. After that he was hard to keep up with. His mind is sharp and he quickly figured out the best locations for the pieces. He was quite happy that the first time we covered the board it took us 13 minutes and the second time around it took us 6 minutes. He was very proud of the change in the amount to time it took us to complete the puzzle.
More information about the puzzle below.
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Photo-A-Day 2.0 #00507
We decided last minute to all go down to Cape Cod to visit my parents for Sunday and Monday of Memorial Day Weekend. For the entire quarantine time so far we have only been able to see everyone via Zoom. A couple of times my mom and dad came by to drop things off but we maintained the proper distancing. We’ve been holed up at home, they’ve been as well. So we went down for a visit.
My sister, Shelby and her kids also went to the Cape. They have a place of their own. They would come over during the day and the kids got to go play on the beach with their cousins. The beach was pretty empty so we were plenty far enough away from other people. Eva buried Kylie and made her into a mermaid.
I asked each of the kids to pick up 3 special rocks because I am going to put them into the rock tumbler. I figure that I’d get it started now and it would be all ready for a reveal around the 4th of July when we return to the Cape. Each of the kids found a couple of special rocks and I can’t wait to see how they end up looking at the end of a month in the tumbler.
Allison and I went for a nice long walk along Great Harbor. There were quite a few people walking and many had masks with them that they would put over their faces as they walked by. I kept mine on the entire time I went anywhere outside of the house. Just trying to stay safe and keep other people safe, as well.