A game that meets all requirements for an amusing game for really everyone.

Age: 3-100

No. of players: 1-x?


It is a game

- which has several and total different options to play (different puzzle
  options for different ages (3-100) and a Slide the picture-details
  within the frame and a similar kind of "memory", called
  "finding twin pairs"

- that can also be played by different generations at the
  same time

- that makes big fun and besides trains skills like:
  visual awareness, spatial thoughts and concentration

- with simple rules

- that also could be taken with you on journeys due to
  its manageability as a book.

- that works as an eyecatcher due to its precious design

With a "click" on the red LINKs in the following text you will find further information on how the different game options can be played, shown
in the different short films.



Different Designs with different levels of difficulty.



Hidden Picture-Puzzle: The square- or triangle-parts have to be placed picture side-down onto the transparent foil within the frame. 
When alle puzzle pieces are positioned within the frame, the book has to be closed and turned around.
Now you can see the result.

For this kind of game your spatial thoughts are necessary or will be trained. 


Sliding Game. When you take one square part out of the 24-pieces-puzzle you can slide all other pieces within the frame. 
Are you able to slide the pieces back into the correct positions to achieve finally the correct picture? 

For being successful in that game your visual awareness is necessary. 



Finding Twinpairs: The square parts are lying in a pack and the triangle parts are spread out on the table - picture side-up.
Who is the first who finds the two triangle pieces which correspond to the  appropriate square part of the top of the pack?

But attention: If you are too quick and chose the wrong triangle-pair improvidently, you will be dropped from that round!

That game can be played by several generations.


Puzzle for children: Different possibilities to lay the puzzle pieces with different levels of difficulty.

The puzzle pieces could be laid directly onto the big picture within the frame or you look about the big picture and lay the puzzle pieces into the frame with the black background next page or you look about the small picture and lay the puzzle pieces into the frame with the foil on the next page.

The square parts are easier to positon than the triangle parts, as these are also irregular placed within the correct picture.  


Age: 7 - 100
Player: 1
Kind of Game: Puzzle, "Finding Twin-Pairs", Sliding Game

Rules of the Puzzle