Bit weird, this one. There's this multi-coloured mace-type thingy, and you have to swap and turn all its bits so that they are the same colour. Told you it was strange.
Mace comes from Monty Remon of South Kelsey. You may have seen adverts in AA for another program of his called Trance, which is a bit like this, only more so.
The objective is to make at least five coloured stars, each star made from adjacent coloured faces. Alternatively, you can try to match all the opposite faces of the same colour. These are achieved by turning and swapping the parts.
To turn the 12 pieces clockwise, use keys '1' to '9' , '0' for 10, '-' for 11 and '^' for 12. To turn anti-clockwise press the '<' key first.
To swap pieces press 'S' followed by the two numbers.
- 'Space' toggles the front and back view.
- 'M' reflects the hidden faces. Use this for checking the opposite sides without affecting the puzzle.
- 'H' gives options to save, load and start a new game.