Each of the 28 pieces has 2 hands in one colour, and 2 hands in another colour; each piece is unique. Both players shuffle the pieces, which are face down on the playing surface, and then each player takes 14 pieces and 9 markers of the same type. The first player plays a piece. The next player then tries to attach another piece to that first piece by creating a match, but the hands have to be of the same colour – e.g. a yellow hand touching a yellow hand, light blue to light blue, purple to purple…but never green to red. Taking turns, players match as many pieces as possible.
The winner is the player who makes the most squares, of the same colour and of mixed colours.