A card game, again from the Sid Sackson repertoire, is in my opinion one of the best deduction games ever invented. The cards represent jewels of four different colours, three different types and three different sizes (i.e. 36 in all). At the start of the game one card is removed from the pack and set aside, unseen by any player. This is the stolen jewel, and through a process of questions and answers the object is to be the first to discover its precise identity. As in the case of Code 777, the computer players do not compete in this one - their function is merely to provide information for the human player to deduce the answer in as few rounds as possible.
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