This rainbow game require brain power! The objective is to fill the frame with the colored beads in such a way that no two same color touch each other, even at a corner. There are many pre-constructed challenges, and they are included in the instructions, which can be requested here.
To begin play, divide the frame with the wooden squares and then place some starting beads as demonstrated in the attached problem sheet. Then fill the open spots using the following rules:
The game board is divided into smaller areas that are illustrated on the game play instructions and range from 1 to 5 units big.
- If the area is one unit, place only a red bead.
- If the area is two units, place a red and a yellow.
- If the area is three units, place a red, a yellow and a green.
- If the area is four units, place a red, a yellow, a green and a blue one.
- If the area is five units, place a red, a yellow, a green a blue and a magenta bead.
The Game solves like a 4×5 variant of the now popular grid number puzzle called Suguru.
Made in laser-cut wood and color anodized metal by Jean-Claude Constantin. Jean-Claude Constantin lives in Germany, where he designs and manufactures many different wood and metal puzzles, as well as magic tricks.