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As seen in the Timberdoodle Video Contest!
Children who can think logically will astound you with their perceptions of life. Not yet savvy to the constraints of societal protocol, they will see everything as black and white. It is an amusing, exhilarating developmental stage, but it will not happen without effort on your part. Zoologic is a wonderful teaching aid for introducing your child to logic.
Young children will always find logic easier to comprehend when taught using familiar items and already-understood relationships. Zoologic capitalizes on this by asking players to position dogs, cats, mice, fish, bones, and cheese tiles, keeping in mind the rules of nature. In beginning puzzles, rivals cannot be placed next to each other or beside their favorite foods. At more advanced levels, additional constraints are added to increase the challenge.
With 60 escalating levels of difficulty, children will learn logic, problem-solving, and spatial relationships in this exceptional solitary puzzle game. For ages 4 - 12; maybe a bit younger if your child would not be tempted to swallow the tile pieces.
As Seen In Timberdoodle’s 2009 Video Contest
An animal gridlock of cats, dogs, mice and their favorite foods (fish, bones and cheese) lies before you. Can you arrange them while keeping each animal away from its rival and away from its favorite food?
If that was too easy, hungry ants, angry bulls and fierce dogs are also introduced as the puzzle difficulty gradually progresses in this captivating and amusing logic puzzle. ZooLogic allows children as young as 4 years old to challenge their logical thinking skills.
Time To Play:
- Small parts. Not for children under 3yrs.
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