Why purchasing them separately when you can get both for in a single pack at a reduced price?

, a board game for 2 players by Cameron Browne, is a generalization of standard connection games (such as Hex, Unlur,...) to three dimensions. The pieces consist of balls of two colors placed in a square grid. One player seeks to connect the top and bottom edge by pieces of his color, while the other player seeks to connect left and right. The twist that makes the game three dimensional is that under certain circumstances you can place a ball on the space supported by four balls already on the board. In a novel twist, moves can make balls drop to change the connection on the board.

Quantum Leap is a board game for 2 players by Néstor Romeral Andrés that can be played on a hexagonal grid of any shape and size. This new edition contains a hexhex5 board with 61 holes for easier set-up and 61 balls. In Quantum Leap, each player’s particles start dispersed on the board. Your goal is to be the last player making a valid move. Particles can only move by capturing enemy particles, leaping in a special fashion. Particles get their leaping potential from the number of friendly particles that immediately surround them.

Components: Red hexagonal foam board with 61 holes (for Quantum Leap), 8x8 red foam board (for Akron), 4 side marker rods (2 white, 2 red), 32 white balls and 32 black balls (19mm diameter; plastic), bag with one logo on each side. If you've already purchaed one of the games and wish to 'upgrade' by adding the other board please contact me.

35,00€ ($ approx.)
Cash On Delivery
time 2-2  complexity 3     time 30
Boardgamegeek entry for the game
Boardgamegeek entry for the game

WARNING: Choking hazard. It contains small parts that may be swallowed or inhaled. Not for children under 3 years.
This product is intended for general use by consumers of all ages (except 3 or younger). It is not intended primarily for children.