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In Color Code, you layer colorful plastic tiles in order to recreate a challenge image. There are more than 100 challenges with four difficulty levels: starter, junior, expert, and master. The game includes 18 colored tiles, a tile display holder, and a game guide with the challenges and solutions. Choose one of the challenges, pick the tiles you think you’ll need, and stack them one by one in the display holder. You need to think about the shape, color, and order of the tiles as well as which way around they need to be in the tile display holder. When your tiles match the challenge image exactly, you’ve solved it!
hi I'm Laurie from time to play meg calm and this is color code from smart toys and games players ages 5 and up layer colorful plastic tiles in order to recreate a challenge image there are more than 100 challenges with four difficulty levels including starter junior expert and master the game includes 18 colored tiles a display holder a game guide with challenges and of course solutions you choose the challenge you want to do pick the tiles you think you'll need and stack them one by one in the display holder you'll have to think about the shape the color and the order of the tiles as well as which way around they need to be in the display holder when your tiles match the challenge image you've solved it this challenging puzzle game gets players thinking strategically and developing visual and spatial perception skills kids and adults who like these types of puzzles will enjoy the challenge of figuring out how to layer and move the tiles to create the correct image if you want to find out more information on this game such as how much it costs and where to buy then come visit time to play mag comm your number one source for all things play