The game Quadrotone consists in laying out four-color chips by two opponents on the playing field in order to build one-color patterns, chains of the same color, as well as surrounding by such chains of elements of other colors. The more complex the pattern, the longer the chain, or the more elements are surrounded, the more points you get. Below is a simplified demo of the Quadrotone game.
This game is much more difficult than all known mind games, including chess and Go. It is so much more difficult that the computer will never beat the master there.
Outwardly, the game looks like a four-color children's mosaic. This allows you to abstract from its complexity and have fun.
In view of the extreme complexity of the game, logic alone is not enough, so it attracts and develops intuition.
Since the manifestations of intuition are often figurative, a vivid picture of the game supports the intuition, turning it into a visualization.
The game has a simple interface that works well on mobile platforms as well. It is very simple and convenient to play.
You can master the game very quickly and start playing it right away, since the "mosaic" is something that is easy to master.
Becoming a master at the hardest game is, by definition, not easy. But it is a worthy challenge to your mind and intuition.
Due to the complexity of the game, there are a lot of hidden opportunities for exciting games. Harnessing these opportunities is an exciting and long journey.