Columbus Discovery is a puzzle game that educates players in the realm of math and history.
The game was published and developed in 1992 for DOS platforms. The player has to play the
educational board game logically to succeed in it. Columbus discovery is a single-player game
and can be played using a mouse or keyboard.
In the puzzle game Columbus discovery, the pictures are divided into thirty parts or fragments.
Each fragment is placed on a side of the brick. The player can turn the bunch of bricks in the
vertical plane, rotate them horizontally and move them to new places. The player must aim at
solving the puzzle while making the minimum number of moves. Minimum moves result in greater
points or higher rates. The pictures that the player needs to form are from the history of
America’s conquest. The pictures must be collected in chronological order. When the player
completes a picture, he gets awarded by an interesting animation and funny music.
The player has to move the bricks or fragments of the puzzle to form a complete image.
There are three types of motion the player can make- rotating, turning over, and moving,
for which letters R, T, and M are assigned. To form a picture, the player can move, rotate
the pre-marked bricks or turn them over. To perform a particular type of motion, the player
must click on the type of motion he wishes to perform and mark the brick. The right-click
executes the operation.
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