All you need to reproduce a sample, making the chips fly observing a simple rule: a chip may fly only if it has one way to fly.
Players should start chips flying to reproduce in a working area the same image they see in a sample area.
Chips may fly if and only if they are locked on three sides by other chips or boundaries. In this case they may move into the fourth (free) side.
A chip will fly until it hits on another chip. When the chip strikes another chip in which there is free space, the first chip is stopped while the other continues to fly to a next obstacle. But if the striked chip will strike one more chip, another striked chip will not start flying.
Border chips do not fly themselves - they run their clones.
32 levels are available.