At our Adults Board Games Club this week we played Picaria Quad, the game we invented as a family in November 2018, and Tri-It!. We also played a new game for us: Energizer (Spear’s, 1984). Each player has three large and three small pieces of the same colour, and must get both sets in a three in a row. The large pieces move within the grid spaces, and the smaller pieces move on the intersections. Pieces can only move if they have energy units, which are the number of other pieces they are touching regardless of colour e.g. a large piece touching three smaller pieces can move three places. There are lots of three in a row games out there, but this is the only one we have played so far where the objective is to make two separate three in a rows to win.