Gobolink Symmetry

I admit, it doesn’t really have anything to do with math, but it looks like a fun way to spend a snowy afternoon:

According to the authors:

Jet black ink should be used, and a good quality of unglazed paper. The ink should not be too thin. The table should be protected from accident with several thicknesses of newspaper. . .

For a specially invited Gobolink party the company may dress in any grotesque fashion, remembering only that both sides of their costume shall be the same, this being a feature peculiar to Gobolink attire.

Rules of the Game

(Click for an enlarged image that is clearer to read.)

[Hat tip: Homeschool Freebie of the Day featured GOBOLINKS as today’s freebie. Project Gutenburg offers the book in several formats.]


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