The Pallino game is now for Coding! The popular classic game with mosaics made up of colored balls has become a useful machine to introduce small children to "computational thinking" and "unplugged" coding. Computational thinking is the ability to break a complex problem down into different parts in order to make it easier to solve. Unplugged coding teaches the principles of programming without using electronic devices. The toy has two game modes. The first is making mosaics following the diagrams on the illustrated side of the cards. The second is making mosaics following the algorithm on the "coding" side of the cards.