In the puzzle game Dimension six task cards are laid out each round, with these cards dictating how the balls in the game should be stacked on top of one another and side to side. These challenges aren't easy as some colors shouldn't touch one another.
Fast puzzle-solving is important, but more than that in the end whoever solves the most of these difficult tasks wins.
NOTE: IMPORTANT RULE CORRECTION
Game description from the Thames & Kosmos 2015 Science Kits & Games catalogue:
The Spherical, Stackable, Fast-Paced Puzzle Game!
Dimension is a fast-paced, innovative puzzle game that takes place in three dimensions with 60 colourful spheres.
All of the players play at the same time.
Everybody tries to position the spheres on their tray to earn as many points as possible. The task cards indicate how the spheres must be placed to earn points: for example, exactly two orange spheres must be on the tray, black and blue must touch each other, and blue must not touch white.
Complete these tasks while racing against the timer. You get a point for each sphere you use and a bonus token for using all five colors, but you lose two points for each card you don't follow correctly.
Prove to your opponents that you are the master of multi-dimensional thinking!
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In Dimension players race against the clock to stack spheres on their trays to accomplish task cards and score points. Read our Dimension review to learn more.