Four Color Rings Puzzle - Free Brain Game

Four Color Rings
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Four Color Rings is a sliding puzzle that helps train logical deduction and spatial reasoning skills.

To begin, click the Small, Medium, or Large link or PLAY GAME button under the picture of the game at left. This opens the game in a pop-up window. Click the "Play Puzzle" button in the middle of the screen to get started.

If you like this game, you might also enjoy the Quix Puzzle.

Four Color Rings Instructions

HOW TO PLAY. The puzzle consists of eight square tiles. Segments of four color Rings (Yellow, Blue, Red, and Green) are gliding within each tile.

The initial position of the tiles shows the complete Yellow Ring.

From the initial position, there are three challenges. For each challenge, figure out the proper order to slide the tiles until a complete Ring is formed.

Simply click on a piece to slide it.

Challenge 1: Form a Blue Ring.
Challenge 2: Form a Red Ring.
Challenge 3: Form a Green Ring.

You can solve the challenges in any order.

Game distributed by SmartKit.com. Used with Permission.

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