Hey PI-Fans,

How are your spatial manipulation skills? If you’re a fan of puzzle games, you’re going to want to give ‘Tuki‘ a spin.

In the Inuit language, “tukilik” is used to define an object that carries a message.

Reminiscent of this, in Tuki, players race to construct a based on the card drawn and a die face rolled and must exactly re-create the structure indicated on the card. These can vary radically, and players need to think out of the box, since stacking many of these free standing arrangements is impossible without support. To assist them, each player has a limited number of ‘snow’ pieces which they can use to support the components of their structure, stacking, counterbalancing or supporting each other to ensure that a free-standing arrangement of coloured blocks matches the card first.

In this race against each other, players try to avoid being the last person to complete their structure to avoid being awarded the card. Collect five cards and you’ll be eliminated.

Think you’ve got what it takes in the brain-bending 3D puzzle? Grab a copy and get to stacking.


Tuki is a puzzle and dexterity game for 2-4 players. Plays in 30 minutes.