The game window is divided into two boxes: the one on the right side of the window contains the pieces that needs to be arranged; the one on the left side of the window is where the pieces from the right box will be arranged and moved. Each piece is divided into four little triangles containing a number.
The scope of the game is to position the pieces so that only two identical numbers are next to each other.
It is not possible to position the pieces so that different number are next to each other.
The game is completed when you have positioned all the pieces in their right positions.
When you start GNOME Tetravex, the game will start immediately, and the time will start counting.
This short video shows how the game works, and what are the possible movements.
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