For the complete Rulebook and Quickstart Guides click HERE
Coming Soon: A series of detailed play through videos.

Playing Aromat means playing with options. Essentially: making combinations that influence your Score and the Score of your opponents. The final Score of each Player decides who is the winner.

The Game consists of:

Game Tiles

A Play Field:

Modulator Tokens

Emblem Tokens


Aromat is played by placing tiles next to each other in any way a player chooses. The tiles always have to be connected to each other. The game ends when all tiles have been placed. The winner is the Player with the highest Score (for more Victory Systems see the official Rulebook)

Aromat Game Tile

Each player plays with his/her own Set of Tiles

A player is represented by the Symbol in the middle of a Tile (Player Emblem)

On the sides of a tile there are Numbers inside a Shape: either a Circle, Triangle or Square

The outer ring of each tile has Dots going up from 1-6

The large dot in the middle of a shape means a 0 (zero)

All Tiles have two playable faces. The Circle and Triangle are always opposite to each other on the faces. The Squares will always match on each face

Scoring System

The Scoring System is based on combining: Player Emblems, Shapes, the Numbers within the shapes and the outer ring Dots. There are 4 choices you can make (Beginners, Advanced, Advanced+):

1. Same Player & Same Shape
2. Same Player & Different Shape
3. Different Player Same Shape
4. Different Player & Different Shape

The Scoring System is divided into: • Beginners • AdvancedAdvanced+ and Master Levels.


The Beginners Level does not utilize the Dots


The Advanced Level includes the Dots

Rulebook and Advanced Variations

Aromat knows many more rule systems and advanced variations.

In the official Rulebook you can find:
• The Bonus systems,
• Position and Function changes (Modulations),
• Team Play possibilities,
• Different Victory Systems,
• Advanced+ Level Scoring System,
• Master Level Scoring System
And more.
Click here to see and try the Quickstart Guide first before diving into the Rulebook, both can be found in different languages on