Chinese Pagodas are a traditional and iconic part of ancient Chinese architecture. Since the 5th century AD, Chinese pagodas have been praised for the spectacular views which they are built to offer, and many famous poems in Chinese history attest to the marvel of climbing to the top of a pagoda. The 11th century Pagoda of Fugong Temple in China’s Shanxi Province is the oldest surviving wooden pagoda in China. Its 9 stories afford a spectacular view stretching out over 20 miles on a clear day. Solving this puzzle will require all of the foresight and true genius used by the ancient Chinese architects to create these majestic structures.
Goal: Turn the layers and tilt the pagoda to move the colored balls until each column of balls is the same color.
For Ages: 13+