eyeSpectro Strategy Game
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Keep your eyes on the board and watch with satisfaction as a colorful spectrum unfolds; eyeSpectro is a strategic game of color and calculation, won by scoring the most points as you match vibrant triangular tiles and align their similar hues.
A perfect match is indicated by matching identical numbers, while a regular match is scored by matching sides within 4 points of each other.
The most exciting move to make? Play a ‘Holey Match’ by placing a tile which matches on all 3 sides and fills a hole - scoring you a full 12 points!
Engaging both the right and left side of the brain, this game promises challenge and satisfaction for players aged 8+, with the end game making a striking piece of geometric art in its own right. Choose short, standard, or longer game length.
Skills: Strategic thinking, numeracy skills, introduction to the color spectrum.
Includes: Holographic foil box, 60 game pieces, 4 score pads and 1 drawstring bag
Awards: Winner of the Oppenheim Gold Toy Award
Box size: 9.5" x 9.5" x 1.5"
As eye-catching as it is fun! A great game for all ages. Younger children can enjoy the short-play version, while older kids and adults can enjoy strategizing to give up the least amount of points to your opponents. It’s the kind of game you’ll want to play over and over again to see just how many points you can get as you naturally create beautiful patterns with the pieces just by playing.
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• CUSTOMER REVIEWS •
It's fun if you make some reasonable assumptions about the rules.
1. All sides must match to be played.
2. Never play more than two tiles in a round, no perfect match chaining. Stop after second time even if it's a perfect match.