The object of the game is to play tiles to create groupings of three numbers. The numbers determine the point value and the player with the highest score at the end of the game wins.
To play, first roll the die to determine the color that will be played on that turn. Then the player draws two tiles from the pile of face down tiles and places them face up. The player must use the two tiles to create the best score possible with the tiles already in play on the board. As the game continues, it may take two tiles to create a score or you may create two scores with your tiles. However, you cannot take credit for 2 scores on a turn using the same grouping of tiles.
If you score with one tile, you must use a different grouping. Different number groupings create different scores. Create a grouping of three 2's and receive 20 points. Play three 5's and receive 50 points!
Polygon comes with game board, 49 polygon tiles, one die, 50 score cards and instructions.
Recommended by the National Association for Gifted Children.