The goal of these games is to unlock devices.

Each device in the Combination game has 4 digits on the outside surrounding a target digit in the center. The player must rotate the 9 devices so that the top number of each device matches the target in the center.

Each of the 9 devices in the Reunion game has four identical digits. For instance, the first device has four 1's and the second has four 2's. The last has four 9's. At the beginning of the game, all of the digits are shuffled and the player must rotate and swap the digits until all of the digits have been returned to their original positions.

In the Invisible game, the player will rotate and swap different shapes among nine devices. Identical objects will disappear during the swaps. To unlock the devices, the player must make all but four shapes disappear.

The Keytate comes with three fun games: Combination, Reunion , and Invisible.

**Rotation groups:**

There are five rotation groups for the **Combination** and **Invisible **games. The** group 1** contains the three circles in the first row plus the central circle. The** group 2** contains the three circles in the third column plus the central circle. The **group 3** contains the three circles in the bottom row plus the central circle. The **group 4** contains the three circles in the first column plus the central circle. The **group 5** contains the middle circle in the first row, the three circles in the second row, and the middle circle in the third row.

There are eight rotation groups for the **Reunion** game. The** horizontal group 1** contains the three circles in the first row. The** horizontal group 2** contains the left two circles in the second row. The** horizontal group 3** contains the right two circles in the second row. The **horizontal group 4** contains the three circles in the third row . The **vertical group 5** contains the three circles in the first column. The **vertical group 6** contains the top two circles in the second column. The **vertical group 7** contains the bottom two circles in the second column. The **vertical group 8** contains the three circles in the third column.

**Starting out:**

__Selecting a Game:__

** ****Help** **Button:**

**How to Play: **

Combination

Reunion

Invisible

To start a new game, select "**Combination"**, "**Reunion**", or "**Invisible**" from the menu. If you select the same kind of game, the same game window will be popped up.

In the same game window, to restart the current game from the beginning, select the "**Restart the** **current game**" button from the menu.

The help **(?) **button will show the player the possible actions he/she can take.

This game has nine circles, each with five numbers from 1 to 4 inside the circle. The number on the central position in each circle is the target number for this circle. The player needs to rotate the circles by the group either Clockwise or Counter Clockwise to match the number on the top position with the target number for each circle.

The left figure shows all the nine circles have the matched numbers in each circle.

This game has nine circles, each with five numbers from 1 to 9 inside the circle. The number on the central position in the circle is the target number for this circle. The player needs to rotate the circles by the group either Clockwise or Counter Clockwise and/or swapping the numbers of the adjoining circles to make the numbers inside each circle the same as the target number.

The left figure shows all the nine circles have the same numbers in each circle.

This game has nine circles, each with four shapes inside the circle: a yellow circle, a cyan square, a red oval, and a blue triangle. The player needs to remove all the shapes from each circle except the central circle, which will have four different shapes inside it. The player needs to rotate the circles by the group either Clockwise or Counter Clockwise and/or swapping the shapes of the adjoining circles. Note: the player swaps the same shapes of the adjoining circles will make these shapes disappear.

The left figure shows that all the nine circles except the central one have no shapes inside them.

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