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Product Awards:  
Games Magazine Awards
Best Puzzle Nominee, 2009

Ages Players
10+ 1-7

Designer(s): Charles Butler, Kent Forrester

Manufacturer(s): Kadon Enterprises

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There are 30 patterns for dividing a dodecagon into 12 triangles, where the triangles form single, double and triple pie slices. Each size of pie is defined by its own color within a tile, with each tile having two of each size, or 6 sections. Same colors are never adjacent within the same tile, and every permutation of the three colors is included. The all-acrylic tiles are about 2.75 inches in diameter, with frosted mirror colors of blue, purple and silver.

For Dazzle puzzles, all touching edges must match. Arrangements create triangular spaces between tiles. When you surround these spaces with three edges of the same color or with 3 different colors, you've formed a "dazzle". Score points for tile placements, with at least one edge matched by color. Earn bonus points for surrounding dazzles with all the same shape pie or three different sizes of pie. The tile design that grows on the table between the players is a work of art in itself.

Product Awards

Games Magazine Awards
Best Puzzle Nominee, 2009

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