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  • Summary: Try your skill in a puzzle game that puzzles you with simple graphics and handling, but will cause your mind to run hot! If you liked to solve the magic cube that is the game for you.

    Goal of the game is to switch the colors of the nine squares by tapping on them until all squares have the
    Try your skill in a puzzle game that puzzles you with simple graphics and handling, but will cause your mind to run hot! If you liked to solve the magic cube that is the game for you.

    Goal of the game is to switch the colors of the nine squares by tapping on them until all squares have the same color as the background. That sounds easy, but since not only the color of the square you tap on will change, but also the colors of all horizontally and vertically adjacent squares as well, you will have to think carefully. To measure your success the number of moves you perform and optionally a stop watch are displayed.

    Only the start configuration of the board is determined by chance, while the underlying game mechanism is fixed. So watch carefully how the squares change their colors and find out the rules to use them to your advantage.

    Every square can assume between two and six colors, depending on difficulty level, with four colors being the default. The possible colors per square (with the exception of the "target" color) are displayed on the left of the board.
    While with two possible colors you can solve the puzzle via trial and error with a couple of moves, you will need a lot of time and hundreds of moves with six colors.

    In every game you may undo a small number of moves if you made a serious mistake, but remember that every undo action increases your moves counter by some penalty moves.

    In Settings you will be able to set the difficulty level. There you can also toggle the display of the stop watch on top of the board.

    Via the "history" button you can look up your previously solved games (number of moves and needed time) per difficulty level. So that you don't have to fret about particularly bad games you can delete each history entry if you want.

    Begin to test the limits of your mind today. Have fun!
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