Two hollow red ovals. A solid blue triangle. Now, is there a third tile that completes the series? Think fast--the clock is running. Or should you forget about the red-oval tile and try the one with the orange rectangles? Tick tock tick tock.
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Description: Two hollow red ovals. A solid blue triangle. Now, is there a third tile that completes the series? Think fast--the clock is running. Or should you forget about the red-oval tile and try the one with the orange rectangles? Tick tock tick tock. Where's the solution?
A game that will stretch your ability to find subtle patterns, Triad will have you biting your fingernails in game after game.
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