Take a glance at Huarong, and you might just wonder what this concept is all about. Is it some sort of Rubik’s Cube, except that it will target the blind community? The answer is a firm “No”, as it is actually an ancient Chinese game of intellectual toys which will comprise of judgment of textures and sense of shapes. You basically have to shift the 10 pieces around within the boundaries given, and will get the biggest kick out of this if you won’t see it since you will have to use your sense of touch to move the pieces around. You might just get bored of it after a while, but puzzle lovers will definitely want to have numerous attempts at it.
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