'Flowereir' is a simple and addictive puzzle game.
Basic rule is to make a sequence of a month suit by changing place of one flower tile with adjacent one. A suit has to be consisted of more than three tiles of the same month or corresponding flower.
_How to play:
1. Select one tile.
(Then, the selected tile will have a red frame. )
2. Select the other tile next to the selected one.
3. Then, two tiles will change locations.
4. If there is a suit of more than three tiles of the same month number, the suit will be popped. (If not, two tiles will go back to original location.
As level goes up, cards will be flipped over, periodically.
So you have to remember a flower card and its correspoinding month number via versa, to make a suit.
"In South Korea, the cards are called 'Hwatu' (Korean: 화투, Hanja: 花鬪); the name literally translates as 'battle of flowers'. There are twelve suits, representing months.
Each is designated a flower, and each suit has four cards.
Typically, there are two 'normal' cards worth one point, one poetry ribbon card worth five points, and a final special card worth ten or twenty points. ... as most popular games only concern themselves with certain combinations of taken cards.-Wikipedia"
And there is one more suit.
After level 9, there will be a special suit, called 'nine-point hand' which is the sum of month numbers that ends in nine.
This kind of puzzle is like art therapy, good for mental activity , enhancing memory, and prevention of degenerative disorder such as dementia and Alzheimer's Disease.
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