This is the Arcade version of the venerable Tower of Hanoi puzzle. The object is to move all the disks from the left spike to either of the others in as short a time and in the fewest number of moves as possible.
Use the left and right arrow keys to move the joystick back and forth to choose the source tower, then press a or b to move a disk to the desired destination. The a and b buttons are mouse clickable.
Merely click anywhere in a desired pile area and the top disk will begin flashing. Click anywhere in the destination pile area to transfer flashing disk to it. If the move is not permissable, disk will not move and will stop flashing. If disk is flashing, and it is desired to select another source pile, click on the pile with flashing disk again to deselect. Then click on desired pile.
Once all disks from left pile are transfered to one of the other piles, the whole pile will flash four times and then restack on the far left with an additional disk.
There are two relatively minor catches -- you can only move disks to a spike which is empty or has a larger disk already on it. The other issue is -- there are nine levels!
So, saddle up, and get moving!
Game concept and design by my nephew, Jeremy Giberson. Here is a link to his version of this game www.jeremygiberson.com/SpeedHanoi/speedhanoi.html They say if you can't beat 'em, join 'em! And that immitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Way to go, Jer! You made your Uncle proud!