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After several months of isolation and restricted travel, we're travelling and commuting more. You often need something to occupy your mind while on the road. If that's the case for you, consider getting the IQ Six Pro for those trips.
IQ Six Pro is a small game about the size of a typical smartphone. It comes in a box with a game board with enough space to carry 12 colourful puzzle pieces and a booklet with 120 challenges.
The puzzle pieces have different colours and comprise of 4 or 5 3D hexagons connected in various configurations. The booklet categorizes the 120 challenges into five levels, from easy to hard. The solution to each of the challenges is printed on the back.
How To Play IQ Six Pro
The best way to play IQ Six Pro is to start with the easiest level. Once you master a level, move on to the next one. The game has three playing zones:
A 2D challenge inside the board
A butterfly-shaped 2D challenge under the board
A pyramid-shaped 3D challenge
Playing each mode involves the same basic steps. First, place the puzzle pieces in the grooves, as shown in the challenge in the booklet. Second, use the remaining pieces to fill in the empty spaces. Finally, check the solution at the back to see if you got it right.
The hardest mode is the pyramid challenge because it makes you mentally engage with multiple layers, directions and colours. However, the pyramid challenges are also the most satisfying to solve.
Improve Concentration, Logic and Problem-Solving
The increasing difficulty of the challenges makes it suitable for improving the cognitive skills of children and senior citizens. The compactness of the IQ Six Pro is its biggest advantage because it's easy to carry it along when you travel.
It can fit inside a handbag, a suitcase or a schoolbag. So, you can take it out and play with it in your downtime. It's designed for single-player use, but you can have someone else help you.