# Euclid: The Game - Tutorial

Goal: Construct a line segment from A to B. ✓ Construct a ray from C to D. ✓ Construct a circle with center E and radius EF. ✓ Construct a circle with center F and radius EF. ✓ Construct a (black) point at the intersection of AB and the ray CD. ✓ Hint: Hold your mouse on a tool to get a brief instruction how the tool works. Well done ! © 2014 Kasper Peulen. This game is in active development, you can report bugs at github.
**http://euclidthegame.com/Tutorial/**

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