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3D Logic Games
The 3D logic games can be played by two or more players who place pieces, one by one, in ducts (holes), or on sticks, or directly on the game board in order to obtain horizontal, vertical or diagonal lines of the same color. The winner will be the player who makes the most such lines.
The two-player game board has fixed sticks disposed in 3x3 lines. Blind persons can play the game owing to the specially shaped pieces.
The game for two or more players uses a board with fixed sticks disposed in 4x4 lines. Blind persons can play the game owing to the specially shaped pieces.
The game board features two play grids (blue and red) with differently shaped holes, squares and hexagons. The sticks have one cube shape termination and one hexagonal prism shape termination. Blind persons can play the game owing to the specially shaped pieces.
The players can choose between two kind of games. One uses a blue grid for the classical 4x4 game and the other uses a red grid for the combined 3, 4 or 5 in line.
In the first case, the winner is the one who make the most horizontal, vertical, or diagonal 4 piece lines. In the second one, a 5 piece line scores 4 points, a 4 piece line scores 2 points, and a 3 piece line scores 1 point. The winner will be the player who scores the most points.
The game can also be made with fixed sticks, disposed as on the red grid.
The two-player game features a transparent cube case having inside some transparent walls, which form some holes (ducts). The pieces are small cubes but can have any shapes. The complexity of the game is function of the number of ducts.
As a particularity of the 3X3 cubes version, the player who placed the central piece, which can became hidden during the game, must claim that by saying "central". The rest of the pieces are completely visible during the game.
This is the same as the previous game, but the pieces are spherical.
A set comprises pieces, cubes or rolls, which are differently colored, and a game board printed with squares representing the positions of the initial pieces. The complexity of the game is a function of the number of pieces and the game board dimensions.