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The classic Solitaire game you used to play on your computer is now available on the go!

Brain Marbles is a bright mix of colored balls, concentration, attention, logic and a classic puzzle

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Brain Marbles is a bright mix of colored balls, concentration, attention, logic and a classic puzzle combining the elements of solitaire and a Lines game (Color Lines).

It is not only an extraordinary solitaire game, but it is also a truly entertaining, challenging and addictive puzzle. It is a new challenge for those who love puzzles, brain teasers, strategy games, games to improve memory and brain training games, crosswords, chess and all types of a solitaire game (Freecell, solitaire, klondike, canfield and color lines).

The term "solitaire" is also used for single-player games of concentration and skill using a set layout of tiles, pegs or stones rather than cards. When playing Brain Marbles you will need a lot of patience and concentration as well as attention, imagination and thinking several moves ahead. You will love Brain Marbles! This puzzle game will give you a unique opportunity to improve your skills of solving problems and puzzles, train your brain, memory and spatial imagination.

The rules are very simple, and remind the classic Klondike Solitaire:

- There are 12 slots in the playing area, each of which can hold up to 4 balls (up to 5 at higher levels). Initially, the balls are arranged randomly, and your task is to sort them out so that only balls of the same color are in the same slot (thus forming a line of balls of the same color – a color line).

Balls can only be moved according to the following rules:
- To move a ball from one slot to another, you need to click on the desired ball, and then click on the slot where you want to move the ball.
- The ball must be put in an empty slot or placed over a ball of the same color (provided that there is a free space in the lot)

If in the process of moving the balls the built-in analyzer detects that the player has got to an impasse, the system will notify you of it and offer to roll back to the last solvable state.

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