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Classic IQ - Solitary

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TypesOther Games & Toys, Wood Games

Product Description

Test your intelligence as strategists have done for centuries. This classic game is made of oak with authentic glass marbles to enhance its beauty.

The object is to end up with only one marble left on the board. Begin with any one hole open and jump a marble vertically, horizontally or diagonally. Once you have jumped a marble, remove it and place it in the custom groove.

Here is a scale to compare yourself against:

Odd colored marble in the center hole - Genius
1 marble left in the center hole - Exceptional
1 marble left anywhere  - Very Intelligent
2 marbles left anywhere - Above Average
3 marbles left anywhere - Average
4 marbles left anywhere - Beginner

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    On Tuesday December 3rd Elisabeth Guenter wrote,
My dad purchased an IQ puzzle in the mid-1950s. This early model had small red and white pegs in a closeable case. My parents, 4 siblings and I worked for hours to try to see who would be first to find the solution. Eventually, our father was the champion. I recently came across a similar IQ puzzle at a Dollar Store, but the pegs are really too tiny for older fingers to manipulate. I remembered the solution after a few tries. It was fun. The one illustrated on your site appears to use marbles of fairly similar colours. The marbles would roll easily and cause great frustration. If the colours are as similar as they appear in the illustration, it would be impossible for people with even marginal colour blindness to use this puzzle. I would suggest reproducing the puzzle with material other than marbles and using brightly contrasting colours.