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About this game

Triad is a card game for 1-8 players. Specifically: a mixture of brain training and Puzzle with logic elements and a focus on intelligence, intuition, and cognitive abilities. Got that? The aim of the game is to find matching cards - called "triads".

At the start of the game 12 cards in front of you. Have you found a marked and Triad, the cards are replaced by three new ones from the deck. The game is over when all 81 cards from the deck face up and nothing works. The attraction is to beat your own personal best, or multiplayer to show your friends who has the fiteste Brain.

Before you start: What is actually a triad?
Each card is characterized by the following four attributes: shape, number, color, fill
You all there again in three versions (Example Form: triangle, circle, square).
To select a triad, each property must meet for the following rule:
Either they must be on three selected cards
a) completely identical times (same type) presented his
b) completely different) (three different versions.
Satisfy all four properties this rule: Bingo, you have a Triad!
To better understand just look at the examples.

And if you ever get stuck, you can always press the help button in the game.

Game Modes:

Perfect to get to know the game. Each card has three properties (shape, number, color). In total there are 27 cards.

Advanced single player (upgrade):
The real challenge for logic freaks begin until the fourth property! Get the advanced version for even more Hirnwindungs ​​nodes and board-front-head action.

Expiration Multiplayer (upgrade):
Are you ready for the ultimate Triad Challenge:
Find Triads before your friends do it, and above all: Find over it!
If you encounter a game at Triad: First press the button in your color, then three cards - point for you. Whoever has the most points at the end wins.
Care even more important note: Press two players exactly the same time - keep a cool head and some peaceful ... 's just a game.


Example 1:
(Triangle, 1, red, full) (triangle, 2, green, full) (circle, 3, green, full)

Form: 2 + 1 = not satisfied forms!
Count: = meets all different!
Color: 2 + 1 = not satisfied colors!
Filling: all identically satisfied =!

FAFF principle not completely satisfied -> not a Triad!

Example 2:
(Triangle, 1, red, full) (triangle, 1, red, empty) (triangle, 1, red, shaded)

Form: all identically satisfied =!
Number: all identically satisfied =!
Color: all identical = true!
Filling: = meets all different!

FAFF principle fully met -> Triad!

Example 3:
(Triangle, 1, red, full) (District 3, blue, empty) (square, 2, green shaded)

Form: = meets all different!
Count: = meets all different!
Color: = meets all different!
Filling: = meets all different!

FAFF principle fully met -> Triad!
Updated on
Nov 2, 2012

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