The Colour Towers is a wooden board game based on the colour theory! The aim of the game is to conquer as many pawns as possible, and to stack them in a tower. The Player with the highest tower wins. Once you have drawn a “pawn” from the bag, there are three ways you can capture another “pawn” , on the board, or on top of the towers of another player: 1. Easy: you conquer the pawns of the SAME COLOUR as the one you picked from the bag (example: if you pick a red pawn you can conquer a red pawn) if there is any free on the field or on the top of the towers of the other players. 2. Average: you can conquer pawns according to the SUM OF COLOURS, meaning that you can conquer pawns of the colours that when mixed together make the colour of the pawn you picked (example: a violet pawn can conquer red and blue pawns). 3. Advanced: you can get the pawns of the COMPLEMENTARY COLOUR of the pawn you picked. If you cannot conquer any pawn, leave the picked pawn on the field. The conquered pawns are to be piled up to form a tower. The player who build the highest tower wins the game. This game is made in Italy using FSC forestry beechwood.