Friends are usually like each other, and have many things in common. When one is cheerful, the other is cheerful too. When one gets sweets, they share them. When one is green with envy or red with anger, they pass that to their friend as well.
In the game, children learn to recognise animals and emotions, and spot differences. The game develops the powers of observation, helps children to recognise and distinguish colours, cultivates memory, thinking and willpower. Most importantly, the game cultivates friendship.