CORX is a fun board game that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. The game consists of an 8" x 8" wooden game board and 24 corks (as well as 2 dice for the dice version).
The object of the game is to score the most points, by capturing the corks other players, or any other player's "Base".
The Basics of CORX
Each of the 2-4 players has a set of 6 corks, and one of the four territories on the Board. For Classic CORX, movement is game pieces is determined by a role of the dice. For Master CORX, each player has a "movement pool" of 6 spaces for which 2 corks must be moved 1-5 spaces each ( to total 6 spaces).
Each player must try to protect her Base, capture the corks of other players (by landing on them), and/or capture the Base of any opposing player. Players protect their corks by forming "Blocks" (2 corks positioned next to each other).
When possible, a player will occupy Center Space in the middle of the Board. This gives her privileges not available to the other players.
When a Base is captured, the game is over.The player who has scored the most points wins the game! Points are scored by capturing a Base, by capturing corks, by avoiding capture, and by occupying Center Space when the game ends.