Are you smarter than a 5th grader?
Ease into the arithmetic mazes and experience the excitement of non-stop calculations and actions!
Note : Permission to play during work hours is neither granted nor implied.
This game is similar to the Tower of Hanoi. The rules are the same, there are three columns, each time you move one ring from one column and put it to another. You can only put a smaller ring on top of a larger ring. The aim of the game is to arrange all the rings into one column from the largest on the bottom to the smallest on the top. There is one difference with the original Tower of Hanoi game: in the original game the rings are initially put on one column and you need to move those to another; in Tower of Hanoi II the rings are initially randomly distributed in the three columns. So unlike the original Tower of Hanoi game in which the ring to move each time is clearly defined, in this game you need to think about which ring to move. If you manage to finish the game with the minimum possible number of moves, then you score the highest points, and the lower the number of extra moves made, the higher your score.
Credit: Novel Games