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Khet 2.0

Hit me with those laser beams

Khet 2.0

Hit me with those laser beams

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Lasers on the board

Lasers... mwha-ha-ha!

The last time our product scouts ventured through the Stargate-style wormhole beneath Firebox HQ, they came back with the Egyptian-themed laser boardgame Khet (as well as some terrible emotional scars). As it happens, Khet was such a huge success that we soon bundled them through the wormhole again and, wouldn’t you know it, they came back with a sequel!

Just like its predecessor, Khet 2.0 is a two-person board game that deftly combines the strategy of chess with all the fun of lasers.


Push down the Pharoahs' head

The object of the game is to zap your opponent’s Pharaoh by bouncing a laser off strategically-placed mirrored pieces. In the previous version the laser was built into the board, but in Khet 2.0 it’s generated by a movable Sphinx piece. Not only does this add a whole new way to play the game, it also makes the set slimmer, lighter and more portable than before. Tactical zapping on the move? Ra!

If all this is sounding more complicated than the plot of an exhausted TV spin-off series, don’t worry! With just a handful of different pieces and moves that can be made, Khet 2.0 is a doddle to pick up and will have you hooked faster than you can say Nefertiti.

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Please note:
  • For 2 players
  • Ages 9
Battery Requirements:
  • Requires 4x CR2032 batteries (included)
  • Carrying case with handle
  • 26 pieces (includes two laser pieces)
  • Game board
  • Illustrated instructions
  • Measures approximately 33cm(W) x 33cm(D) x 1cm(H)

Customer Reviews

Well, if you think you enjoyed the old Khet, then just wait for the new improved Khet 2.0. It is better looking and better than the old version. The carry case makes it travel a lot better and I love the new look. You no longer have the Obelisks but have Anubis instead (this means that if you hit him from the front, nothing happens but if you hit him in the back or at the sides you take him of the board), the Djed's are replaced by the Beetles but it does the same job but the new improvement is the Sphinx that has a laser that you fire in either two directions Horizontal or the old Vertical fire which makes it more interesting to play the game. I can't wait to get the Eye Of Horus on the board too to make it even more exiting. Other than that, it is the same rules as old Khet.
Bryan M Cox - 5th May 2011