A three dimensional twist to this classic game suitable for any age. Counting all the 3 in-a-rows at the end can prove quite a challenge.
Starting with 'O's play until the board is full, the player with the most 3 in a rows wins. Connections can be made vertically horizontally and diagonally.
The puzzle contains 4 pieces : 2 triangles and 2 trapezoids.
One frame is larger than the other. The larger frame is used to store the pieces.
Turn it over
Notice that this side is smaller and the frame is thicker.
Now, try to fit the 4 pieces in the frame.
* Do not use strength.
If you solve it correctly, the pieces will slide in to place smoothly.
A game designed in the 1930's.
The object of the game is to Free the locked ball, and let it slide out through the hole.
The game has 5 different challenges to choose from; the easiest may be accomplished in only 18 moves
whilst the most difficult needs a minimum of 101 moves to complete the task.
The game includes three games: Chess, Checkers and Backgammon. It comes in a travel size. All parts are hand crafted.