The Twelve Nut Dose is a two-dimensional arcade game with a cardboard and 24 beads in two colors. The geometric design is drawn using a few lines on the screen, and the players try to place their three beads in rows in the positions and also prevent the opponent's beads to be rolled up. The game is simpler in other designs, but the dose with twelve beads is more complex and requires more thought. In ancient times, instead of a nut, a number of stones were used in black and white. In our childhood, we all experienced dose play.
The dose is played on one hand by two players.
Play it or take it.