The art of the micro game is that you can have unlimited hours of strategy and it can still fit nicely in your pocket. In fact, Quadrum is so small you could probably fit 2 or 3 games safely.
Quadrum was funded with Kickstarter – over the course of three weeks, 641 backers pledged AU$13,020 to help bring this project to life.
Easy to Learn
Quadrum is latin for 'square' and the game consists of 24 square tiles with a symbol in each corner (from a choice of three different symbols). Each possible combination of the three symbols is represented exactly once. During the game the players need to play their tiles to the table so that the symbols match up. The player who plays all their tiles first wins.