The IdeaGetting four in a row is easy, but not so much when your opponent picks what you play.
The BrainsTest your judgment and organizational skills to outwit your opponent.
The A-HaA player can win with four in a row of any attribute: size, shape, color, or top.
Brain Health Expert Says
The Brain Coach Says
A sneaky, strategic Simon Says.
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|# of Players||2 players|
So much fun
How To Play
How to Play: There are 16 pieces that do not belong to either player. Each piece has a variation of four groups of physical traits: (Color: light or dark, Shape: <em>round or square, Height: tall or short, Fill: solid or hollow). In turn, players choose any piece and hand it to their opponent. The player who receives the piece places it on any of the 16 empty spaces on the board. How to Win: The first player to put down a piece that creates a row of four pieces that contain the same trait is the winner. For example: Any four round pieces in a row is a win; any four solid pieces in a row is a win; any four dark pieces in a row is a win; etc.Download PDF Rules Of The Game