The IdeaTiles & playing pieces are used to play three separate two-player strategy games.
The BrainsYou’ll improve your critical thinking and logic skills as you plan subsequent moves.
The A-HaThe board can change during gameplay and the pieces can function differently as well.
Brain Health Expert Says
The Brain Coach Says
|warnings||Choking Hazard - small parts. Not to be used by children under 3 years. there are sharp points on some parts.|
|# of Players||2 players|
Great game, Never boring
Great brain workout.
How To Play
In Modus, the wooden tiles and playing pieces are used to play three separate two-player strategy games: Four Circles: Move pieces to adjacent free tiles, or jump over pieces. If jumping, the piece in motion is flipped, with the circular markings facing up. To win, place 4 of your pieces, with the markings facing up, in a row. Hopper/Sneaker -"Hoppers" are pieces with circular markings facing up. "Sneakers" have the markings facing down. Sneakers can move to any free adjacent tile, but are flipped to Hoppers after they are moved. Hoppers can jump over one or more adjacent pieces, but are flipped to Sneakers after they are moved. To win, be the first to move your pieces to the opposite side. Up & Away. Begin with all pieces face down. Flip to face up after jumping over adjacent pieces. Remove face-up pieces after being jumped over by another piece of the same color. To win, be the first to flip all your pieces and remove them from the tiles.Download PDF Rules Of The Game