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This game comes with a deck of puzzles and a bunch of colored disks. You then have to use the colored disks to solve some pretty standard logic puzzles ("no red piece can be next to a green piece", stuff like that).
The production quality of this puzzle game is pretty poor -- the small plastic disks are tiny, cheap, and hard to manipulate, and the cards aren't particularly well-printed either. The puzzles are servicable but aren't particularly outstanding. If you're a fan of logic puzzles, I'd recommend that you visit your local newsstand for some magazines instead of buying this game.
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