How to Play:
Each player gets a playing mat and a set of 16 pattern tiles. Everyone mixes up their pattern tiles and leaves them face-up in front of them. A player flips over a puzzle card and everyone races to arrange their pattern tiles to try to recreate the puzzle depicted on the card. The tricky part is that each tile has a black or white flip side that might be used in the puzzle - so players have to figure out if they've used the pattern tiles that leave them the right number of black and white pieces.
How to Win:
The first player to complete the puzzle slaps their hand over the card and yells, ""Scramblitz!"" All players stop to confirm that the puzzle is correct. If the puzzle is correct, the winning player gets the card. If the puzzle is not correct, the player sits out while play resumes until the puzzle is correctly completed. Each card is worth points based on the difficulty of the puzzle. The first player to collect 25 points is the winner.
|number of players||2 players, groups|
|manufacturer recommended age||8-99+|