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Tantrix Match
Chosen as Australian "Puzzle of the Year," Tantrix Match combines the elegance of award-winning Tantrix pieces with the brain-stretching deductive skills of Sudoku puzzles. Use striking Bakelite hexagons to create twisting, matching-color paths in this single-player game that requires both spatial and logical know-how. Tantrix Match comes with twelve different puzzle cards to start you off, but see below for instructions on how to create thousands of additional Tantrix puzzles, enough to last a lifetime!
After you have mastered the twelve cards included in Tantrix Match, here are three additional ways to use your set that will result in thousands, even millions of puzzle challenges.

Freedom Match
With Freedom Match, there are no puzzle cards. Instead, place tiles randomly in the tray and move them around until you find a solution where all the colors match. This is a great place to start with younger children. You could place the first tile, then let them complete the paths. There are 34,275,684 solutions. Take a picture with your phone of every successful match to use for the following two categories.

Headphone Match
Set up a board using one of the Freedom Match solutions and remove the seven inner tiles. Now it's time to find a solution it does not have to be the same solution as in your picture.

Four Corner Match
This is similar to Headphone Match but a bit harder. Set up a board using one of the Freedom Match solutions and remove all but the four corner tiles. Now you have nine tiles to place correctly.

Australian "Puzzle of the Year" 2010

CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3yrs.

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A Brilliant Idea for Kids Who Love Puzzles November 8, 2013
Reviewer: Kimberlee  
There are thousands of possible ways to solve this one puzzle -- the perfect toy for a kid who really likes puzzles! I bought this as a gift for my 5-yr-old who can never get enough puzzles. It's kept him entertained, and keeps him constantly looking for new ways to solve the same sort of problem. I don't think this is an absolutely necessary tool in your curriculum, but makes for a fun diversion for visual learners who gravitate toward kinesthetic learning, or a good way to challenge kids who are not.

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