Rubik's Illusions

Although this was an official Erno Rubik thing, it was a 2 player game, not one of his normal puzzles. It had 20 coloured pieces. 5 totally red ones, 5 totally yellow ones, and 10 pieces that changed colour when looked at via the supplied mirror. The playable board area was 8 spaces along, and 4 deep. The mirror was placed along one of the long edges, making a reflection of the playable ares, increasing the board to 8 spaces by 8 spaces. And now I'm going to stop describing it because it starts to get REALLY confusing.... (But it was absolutely excellent - like reversi but with mirrors)

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Do You Remember Rubik's Illusions?

Do You Remember Rubik's Illusions?