is a puzzle game inspired by Indian legend. They say in the Indian town of Benares, situated on the bank of the Ganges, there is a temple built by Brahma himself containing three magic sticks as old as the world itself. Around the first stick, he placed a pyramid comprised of 64 gold rings with the biggest ring at the bottom and the smallest at the top. Every ring was larger than the ring above it.
In order to move the rings to another stick, the priests had to work day and night transposing the rings from one stick to another observing the rules devised by Brahma himself. You must also follow these rules to transpose all the rings to the rightmost stick. You can move only one ring at a time and it must be a ring on the top of its stack. You cannot place a bigger ring on a smaller one. According to legend, when the entire pyramid of rings is moved, the world will come to an end.
In Three Magic Sticks, you can change the number of rings you want to move. You can also choose to play in normal or random mode. In normal mode, all rings are originally on the first stick. In random mode, initial ring arrangement is haphazard with rings on every stick.