Reviewed on PC


Reviewed By: Carole Stewart McDonnell

Computer Platform: PC
Produced by: Argos Software
Price Range: $9-19
Learning curve time: 20 min.
Age level: 7+

Genre: Puzzle
Christian Rating: 5 of 5
   (nothing offensive)
Gameplay: 5 of 5
Violence: 5 of 5
Adult Content: 5 of 5

The object of this game of strategy is to fill in a grid with multi-colored prisms. Each prism is a square with one to four colors. The object of this color matching game is to place squares beside others already on the grid. The sides of touching squares must match in color. The prism can be flipped, rotated left or right, or tossed in the trash if found useless. It's easy enough to place the first square. The grid is large and there are many places to put it. But with each new prism, the player's choice gets harder. In the last stages of the game when only a few places on the grid are left, and the grid is surrounded by other squares of differing colors, one waits desperately for a square with the right color combination in the correct order.

This game is easy to learn but very hard to master. I highly recommend it.

Year of Release—1994

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