There are 8 sets of games. In each of the games, there is a series of mathematical puzzles to be solved. The participants must identify all of the individual puzzles, solve each of them and figure out their sequence. Both the number of puzzles and the knowledge required in solving the puzzles are unknown at the beginning of the games. The sequence generally emerges naturally and logically after the individual puzzles are solved. The games engage the participants actively in providing opportunities to discover, to reflect, to think critically and to find out the correct solutions by trial and error.