“Tag” is a popular puzzle which was invented in 1878.

It is shown in a square frame with a set of 15 equal-in-size square tags numbered 1 to 15 on their faces.
The tags are enclosed in the frame and could be moved with that space. There is a free space the size of only one tag within the frame.
The main aim of the game is sorting out the tags according to their numbers. It also has innumerable variants.

This game comes in 3 forms:
1. The tags are single-colored, flat or 3-D image, numbered 1 to 15. The color could vary.
2. The tags are chosen from seven defined pictures either numbered or not.
3. The tags are also chosen from the player’s gallery either numbered or not.

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