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Q-bitz with Expansion Pack - The Ultimate Triple Play

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Ages: 8+
Grade Levels: 3rd+

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Product Code: 785-817
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Timberdoodle's review
Original Game Plus 100 Extra Challenges!
You'll almost double your value with the great combination of the original Q-bitz Game plus the 100-card Expansion Pack at a bargain price. The Q-bitz Expansion Pack adds 100 extra cards to expand the enjoyment of the original fun, fast-paced Q-bitz game.

Fast-Paced Visual Agility
Q-Bitz is a magnificent visual agility game that will never lose its fascination. With 120 pattern cards and 16 cubes, players recreate the patterns as quickly as possible. From matching the card shown to having ten seconds to study a card and then remaking the pattern from memory, each variation of these fast-paced rounds requires a different set of visual and cerebral skills. But Q-Bitz does not have to be played as a game. The cards and cubes can also be used as an exceptional thinking skill challenge for children or adults with short-term memory loss. Brilliant!

Round One: Pattern Matching
Round one asks players to use their set of cubes to match the pattern shown on the card. The first one to complete the pattern wins the card.

Round Two: Racing & Rolling
Round two asks the players to roll the cubes like dice and use as many of the cubes as possible to duplicate the pattern shown on the new card. Race to re-roll the cubes until the pattern is complete. First one done wins the card. (We have found it more exciting to re-roll each turn together instead of doing a free-for-all.)

Round Three: From Memory in 10 Seconds
Finally, in round three, players have 10 seconds to study a new card then remake the pattern from memory. This can be unbelievably difficult. The one who finishes first, or the one who has the most blocks in the correct position, wins the card. At the end of all three rounds, the player with the most cards is the winner.

Thinking Skill Challenge
Our family loves this game as it is, but we have found a couple tweaks that make it even more engaging. First, Q-bitz does not have to be played as a game. The cards and cubes can simply be used as a thinking skill challenge. We see Q-bitz play as a marvelous asset for both children and stroke victims.

Another Variation to Play
Secondly, because there are 120 cards, we have found it easier to divide the deck into quarters and give each player his own deck of cards. This allows each player to position the card in a way that is most visually effective for him. Yes, it could mean that one player gets an easier card than another, but everyone understands that this aspect of the game could change with each new card. (We prefer to play multiple cards before moving on to the next round.) We especially found individual cards helpful for round three because even when we scrupulously desire not to copy another's efforts, a stray glance can both cause a memory and a pang of guilt.

Family Reunion Potential
Finally, Q-bitz is a game that lends itself to large groups. Understandably, you need to purchase several sets, but aside from that, if each player has access to his own card, there are no limits on how many can play at once. So Q-bitz becomes an exciting family reunion game.
Produced by MindWare, an award-winning creator, manufacturer, and around-the-globe distributor of brainy toys for kids of all ages. Recommended for anyone who knows not to swallow the cubes.

  • Total of 220 Q-bitz cards
  • 4 wooden trays
  • 4 sets of 16 cubes
  • Rules

  • Manufacturer's Information

    Manufacturer: MindWare
    Made In: China
    Players: 2-4 players

    iParenting Media Award
    Major Fun Award
    Parents' Choice Gold Award

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

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    Q-bitz - The Ultimate Triple Play

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    Great for the whole family! January 14, 2013
    Reviewer: Kristine  
    This is one game that is played by everyone in our house, from dad to our special needs child to our gifted child. We have played it as a game as well as just using it as an individual activity. We love that it's challenging for our 6 year old, yet entertaining enough for our Tweens, not to mention that it's small enough that it's perfect to take along for playing while waiting at appointments and such!

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