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|Designer||John Shulters, Sarah Graybill|
|Number of Players||2-4 players|
|Mechanics||Area Control / Area Influence, Tile Placement|
Grackles are noisy, iridescent birds that love to gather on telephone wires at sunset throughout the southwestern United States. Grackles is a lightly themed abstract strategy game in which players line up as many of their birds in a row on telephone wires to score as many points as possible. On each turn, players take 1 action:
- place a tile with 4 coloured spots and telephone wires;
- connect 2 matching spots with their birds;
- extend an existing line of their birds;
- or rotate an unoccupied tile.
The player with the most birds on wires at the end of the game wins.
- 25 tiles; 45 birds each in black, purple, green, and blue; 20 rotate tokens; 4 player aids; 1 rule book