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Zenn Board Game

(12 customer reviews)


Contents include the following:

– (1) Zenn board
– (4) small red and (4) small blue playing chips
– (4) large red and (4) large blue playing chips
– instruction booklet

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Contents include the following:

– (1) Zenn board
– (4) small red and (4) small blue playing chips
– (4) large red and (4) large blue playing chips
– instruction booklet

12 reviews for Zenn Board Game

  1. Bob Redmond (Red-man, of course)

    I first played this game in the early 80s, the inventor Mr. B (the B-Man) was my geometry teacher. I have fond memories of playing it with my siblings, and even helping out at a holiday sales booth at Golden Gate mall. Glad to see it’s still around!

  2. Edward Z (verified owner)

    A wonderful game, a game which suits all learning styles and modalities. Fun for all ages, even spectators. We have bought these to share with others because it’s too much to keep to ourselves. Everyone should have one of these. It is a fast-forward on the winter doldrums.

  3. Patrick M.

    An excellent game of skill, suitable for most ages. Board and components well designed and constructed. If you are a Crokinole fan, you will love this game. Fans of the old Rebound or table hockey games will also find great fun here. With the many games that can be played, this provides hours of fun for the whole family. Highly recommended.

  4. Alyson E.

    I remember playing this game when I would visit my grandparents in Willoughby Hills. It was our favorite game and I never knew why we couldn’t find it anywhere! One of these games I ordered will make it’s way to Australia, where my older brother now lives.

  5. Michael Gerba

    I love Zenn…It is a quality-built game that will give you years of fun. I first played it in the early 90s and still play it today with my kids. I would rather my kids play one of the over 101 games in Zenn than any of their video games. Excellent game that is still great.

  6. Heiko W.

    Luckily I’ve got a copy of this game directly from the designer because nobody knows this game in Germany. The components are great and there is a huge amount of unusual game variants that come with the rules (also with asymmetric game-play, that is really unusual for dexterity games). That is real fun!!!

  7. Patrick B.

    This is an excellent simplistic throwback type of game! Actually, 101 different games can be played on this single board. It is great for family parties/tournaments as a single game may take only a couple of minutes. This game is quite popular in the Cleveland, OH area as the creator was a math teacher in that city and many schools had a board in the classrooms. I have never seen this game brought out and someone NOT enjoy it. At the very least, it is a fun little activity to shoot the ZENN chips around the board even if you aren’t necessarily playing one of the official games. I have had the board for over 30 years, and I still have yet to play all of the 101 games… it is on my to-do list! I LOVE ZENN!

  8. Josh C.

    I got mine many years ago. They copy I was able to buy was red. Lots of fun. I’ve only ever played 2 versions of the “101” games…. but it has always been fun and quick.

  9. Luap

    Excellent game of manual dexterity and strategy.

  10. Matt U.

    I spent hours playing this game at high school after class. Good times; I was one of the top 5 ranked players in my high school’s Zenn League back in my day.

  11. Xander F.

    Well, it’s a skill/reflex game. I have fond memories playing this as a child at my grandparent’s house..

  12. Derek R.

    The thing that I find fun about this game is not the ‘rules’ but the game board itself. It is a well built, sturdy board that is something like a mini-hockey field with some barriers on it and a hole on each end for the ‘goal’. You play the various ‘games’ by flicking what amounts to poker chips. The rules are slight variants on different ‘sports’ or games of skill. It reminds me of what I used to call “flicker” when I was younger. In Junior High, in Industrial Arts, we made similar boards made out of plexi-glass and wooden edges. We used nickels as the ‘pucks’. That is mostly what I do with this, play “flicker hockey”. But the rule book does give many variants to tinker with. It is more a toy than a game to me, but I like to play with it now and then with my daughter, or even alone.

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