Equinox (Green Box)

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In Equinox, mysterious creatures gather in the forest in an effort to write themselves into the legendary storybook and for tales to be shared for countless generations. However, there is room for only four more stories — not every story will be recorded, so the creatures have to be cunning and clever to outwit their opponents and make the cut.

Equinox is a deeply satisfying betting game that gives players agency to influence the outcome of this competition. Each round, players place numbered power cards in front of the creatures, with the lowest-valued creature being eliminated from play. Players also place bets on which creatures they think will make it into the storybook, and you can use the special powers of these creatures to ideally turn things to your advantage.

Fans of Dr. Reiner Knizia might recognize Equinox as a revised edition of the previously released game Colossus Arena, but with two new creatures. Of the fourteen unique creatures, only eight are played in a game, which means more than three thousand different combinations are possible. To celebrate the equinox occurring twice a year, players can select from two distinct box covers, but note that the contents in each box are identical.

1 review for Equinox (Green Box)

  1. Nick G

    This game looks gorgeous there are no qualms about that firstly.
    For a start, the game comes with player baggies (which are quite nice indeed) but there is no actual use for them in game unless you need to remind yourself which player is what colour so that’s a little odd. The gameplay eludes me after 3 playthroughs as usually I can pick out a winning strategy rather quickly but I have yet to discover the inner workings of this game. This falls into a place for me where that means the game is flooded with strategy, or it is broken in some way that I have yet to identify yet.
    I recommend Equinox as it is worth an hours of your time for a game, though I think player count of 3 is the magic number for this one.

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