This is a lot more fun than it looks like at first glance! It would help a lot if the instructions were visible from within the game, and maybe if there were a way to write notes within the game as well. But I enjoyed it once I got over the confusion; quite a good brain teaser.
I'm glad that at least someone felt the fan from the game) It seems to me that in a good game the main thing is not graphics, not design and not all these trendy high-end chips, but interesting gameplay. Mediocre gameplay (like the movie) will not save cool graphics and animation. We played this game as children, about 25 years ago, without any computers - with a presenter who was guessing the map and moving players on their moves, telling the answers, and we were interested. In multiplayer mode, your own characteristics - you can follow the moves of other players, too, if you have enough memory)