Players

A young couple playing Samsara at the Publisher's booth
A young couple playing Samsara at the Publisher's booth

Women and Men

Samsara is a board game for 2 players aged 10 to 110.

Adults may approach the game in different ways:

Occasional players relax during a cosy game of Samsara.

Experienced strategists make Samsara their personal challenge and explore the game down to unexpected tactical depths.

Children and Families

Children, too, enjoy to seek clever combinations of movements for the numbers they have rolled. Thus also in families, games between young and old prove both stimulating and entertaining.

Most children are able to play Samsara when they are aged ten and up. A few children still find it difficult even when they have grown up, while some children are able to apply the rules already at the age of seven.

Mother and daughter studying together the game board of Samsara
Mother and daughter studying together the game board of Samsara Mother and daughter standing at a high table, both wearing pink shirts, together study Samsara, their faces close to the game board
Two young women following carefully a game of Samsara
Two young women following carefully a game of Samsara
Two young women sitting in the background have completed their game of Samsara and now carefully follow a game of their companions. The players in the foreground are not visible except for their game board.

Blind Persons

This game is suited for blind players without further modification provided that they are careful and tactilely sensible enough not to let the pieces roll away. Merely the two dice have to be replaced by tactile dice.
Braillespiel on September 8, 2015, translated from German

The glass pieces are significantly heavier than the wooden ones. Therefore, please ask for additional glass pieces when purchasing the oak version of the game board for a blind person.