KLASK Review

Klask Game Review

KLASK is an award-winning mix between Table Football and Air Hockey for two people that fits on a tabletop. It takes seconds to learn, minutes to play but will have you hooked for hours and returning time and time again!

Components

The box for KLASK may be big but inside you’ll discover only a few things. The beautifully crafted wooden KLASK playing board, a folded A4 sheet of paper rulebook (like I said… seconds to learn), and a cloth bag containing two (very) strong magnetic strikers, three small white cylinder magnets (with a fourth spare) and two yellow balls (again one is a spare).

Checkout my unboxing video below for a closer look at these components:

Gameplay

Created by carpenter Mikkel Bertelsen, from Denmark, this is a highly competitive two-player head-to-head that always draws a crowd. By controlling one’s magnetic striker under the playing board, players have to be the first to get to six points by hitting the ball into their opponent's goal.

However, points are also award for mistakes made, like falling into your own goal, picking up two or more white magnets or losing control of your striker and letting it fall over, will all give those crucial points needed to your opponent.

Final Thoughts on KLASK

KLASK is very fun and very frantic with a good balance of skill in hitting the ball into the goal and defending your own. It’s so satisfying when you shoot the ball into one of the white magnets causing it fly into your opponents side or even better, flicking it on to them. It’s equally frustrating when you fall into your goal or lose control totally of your striker when going for the ball too quickly.

The win, at just six points, comes around so fast (10 minutes at most but more like five) that another game, and another game, and another game… is the desired response from both loser and victor alike.

This is a game for all ages from young players of eight all the way to… well whenever! And for all stages of gamer. I’ve played with newbies and not and all have enjoyed playing and wanted to get a copy for themselves.

You can play this game sat at a table or laid on the floor, inside or out, and after playing it you can understand why this works well in tournaments and leagues around the world. I for one will be introducing it to many more people and playing it over and over again without it growing boring or tiresome.

Now to find a team and league to join. I’m hooked.

You Might Like

  • The beautifully crafted board and components.
  • The ease of learning.
  • The frantic fun.
  • Player interaction.

You Might Not Like

  • The speed and frantic nature of the game.
  • The size and bulkiness. It takes up a lot of space on the shelf!

You Might Like
The beautifully crafted board and components.
The ease of learning.
The frantic fun.
Player interaction.

You Might Not Like
The speed and frantic nature of the game.
The size and bulkiness. It takes up a lot of space on the shelf!