The 3 games involve moving dots. There are 4 shapes inside each dot: a yellow circle, a cyan square, a red oval, and a blue triangle. Two dots are "linked" when the shapes on dots' adjacent sides are the same. The goal of the games is to link all of the dots together.
Each game starts with a variable number of initial dots. The Bridge game can be played with two, four, or six initial dots. The Sprout and Landscape games can each be played with one, three, or seven initial dots.
In the Bridge game, the player needs to connect all available dots to the initial dots to form a bridge.
In the Sprout game, the player will attach all available dots to the initial dots.
The Landscape game asks the player to use all available dots to tile a rectangular area.