Spirot has that rarest of qualities: it can be replayed endlessly without losing an ounce of its entertainment value. The game play is simple but ingenious. After setting up a playing board of 9 black & white photographic cards in a 3 X 3 grid, players take turns stacking a colored card from their hand onto a matching photograph on the board. The goal is to create a 3 card sequence (horizontal, vertical, or diagonal) in which those three cards all have either 1) the same color and same pixel pattern, or 2) the same color but different pixel patterns, or 3) different colors but the same pixel pattern, or 4) different colors and different pixel patterns. Each time a player creates a sequence, he or she earns a point and can play another card. The first player to 5 points wins. Comparing and contrasting cards in search of a sequence develops a keen eye and deft thinking. The relative shortness (about 20 minutes) of this deliciously fun game allows players to frequently fulfill their hunger for a rematch in a single sitting. For 2 – 4 players.