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Pajaggle Deluxe
Pajaggle Game

Our Price: $39.99
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Ages: 3+
Grade Levels: PreK+

Availability: Usually Ships in 24 to 48 Hours
Product Code: 591-PAJAGGLE
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This item has been replaced by the brand new Pajaggle Blue with Yellow and Orange set.

Deluxe Version doubles your game pieces,
makes Pajaggle perfect for competitive play as well as solo!

Perplexing Puzzle and Electrifying Game
Pajaggle Deluxe is the brain-tingling union of perplexing puzzle and electrifying game. Made of high gloss polycarbonate panels, Pajaggle's 8.5" by 12" Tournament Board has unique but very similar openings. Solving Pajaggle involves discerning not only those very slight differences and locating the appropriate missing pieces, but also identifying the occasional piece within a piece called a Pajaggle Doubler.

Deluxe Version is a Great Competitive or Group Game
And while many children enjoy the solo play of solving Pajaggle as a puzzle, Pajaggle Deluxe is perfect for competitive or group play as well. Unlike the standard Pajaggle Game, Pajaggle Deluxe is equipped with two complete sets of game pieces in different colors. Square off for a race with your opponent, and the player who gets more of his color Pajaggle pieces in the board wins. Many game variations, some quite complex, are outlined in the Pajaggle playbook.

Pajaggle Provides Exceptional Educational Benefits
Because of its distinctive multi-sensory emphasis, Pajaggle provides exceptional educational benefits untouched by other puzzles. In addition to increasing your child's reasoning ability, the multi-sensory process actually means activity is happening on both sides of the brain. That increase of activity has been linked to improved concentration, attentiveness, and mental sharpness in both children and adults.

A Game That Increases Intelligence
Plus, when the player chooses to play Pajaggle against another person or a clock, he forces the brain to process information at an accelerated pace, resulting in an increase in spatial intelligence critical for careers in mathematics, engineering, and architecture.

Deluxe Set Doubles Your Game Pieces
Each Pajaggle Deluxe comes with two full sets of sixty-one super-sturdy polycarbonate game pieces (122 total pieces), Pajaggle playbook, timer, and Tournament Board with storage box. The board and sets of game pieces are each in a unique contrasting color, giving the game a sharp look and allowing each player's pieces to stand out independently on the board. Order by board color; game piece colors may vary.

  • Made of high gloss polycarbonate panels to handle repeated play
  • Play more than 10 different games
  • Solitaire or group play

  • Set Includes:
  • (2) 61-piece sets of game pieces (122 pieces total)
  • 8.5" x 12" Tournament Board
  • Playbook
  • Timer
  • Piece bag
  • Sturdy storage box

  • Manufacturer's Information
    ISBN: 793573064936
    Manufacturer: Pajaggle Inc
    Made In: USA
    Time To Learn: 10 minutes
    Time To Play: 5-10 minutes per game
    Players: 1-4
    Age: 3+

    CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3yrs.

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    Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review.

      0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
    Love this!!! December 22, 2013
    Reviewer: Bethany R.  
    My daughter (5yo) loves this. The first time she played it was very slow going. Ky has gotten very good at noticing the minor differences and puts this together very fast now. Excellent toy!!

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    All my kids love this including me! November 8, 2013
    Reviewer: Noreen L.  
    It looks super simple until you try it. It also looks like you would get bored with it, but that isn't true either. There are so many ways to play with Pajaggle, and you definitely need the deluxe set. The deluxe set comes with two colors instead of just one which is what makes it extra fun. There are so many different games you can play with it. I've even pulled it out when we have adult friends over and played it with them. They are always amazed at how challenging it is. However, my 6 year old loves playing it too. It is also visually beautiful! It will definitely teach your children spatial reasoning in such a fun way! I'm thinking of buying extra sets so more people can play at once.

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    It's Pajaggle Time! October 29, 2013
    Reviewer: linda s.  
    I purchased this with the curriculum for my five year old. Who knew that it would be the most popular game for my three year old, too! I have discovered that they love being able to fit the pieces in, and don't mind when the whole family gets involved! I have even used this with a great deal of success with our co-op group.I plan on purchasing another set so that I can have my children have races, but they love being able to show grandma and grandpa how fast they can match things. I am enjoying watching them with their spacial recognition skills, and with dexterity also.I'm not as impressed with the timer - it doesn't seem to be as durable as other game timers, but we don't use it that frequently, so it's a non-issue for me. I would watch children closely, as game pieces tend to find out of the way nooks and crannies... I require my children to put the whole thing together (twice, since we have two colors) just to make sure that all the pieces are there before putting it away.All in all, I find this to be fun for the entire family, and - since it can be done with a single player - nice to have for a child who needs something to do besides wear out your name...

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    Pajiggle, Pajaggle June 1, 2012
    Reviewer: Home Fried  
    We earned two free Pajaggle puzzles with the April special, and I had intended to hold on to them until fall. But the kids found them, and I'm so glad. My ten- and nine-year-old children love to compete against each other and their friends, and my teenagers can't resist giving it a try. It seems kind of irresistible, and the kids seem to keep enjoying it. It's great watching them concentrate and gradually learn strategies to improve their speed: maybe put all the double ones in first? Or sort them by different characteristics? At the beginning, they all looked so similar, but very soon the kids could discern minute differences...what an important skill to master! My only complaint is that when you dump out the pieces, some always fall on the floor, and they are small and tend to roll and slide...but we haven't lost any yet;)

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