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Knights, Princesses, and Castles
What child does not thrill to knights, princesses, and castles? Camelot Jr. has all that and more. The noble knight and the gentle princess long to be reunited. Can your child create a path for the knight and his princess to be together, using these beautiful hardwood towers and stairs? The knight and princess can only walk up stairways or along the tops of walls.

Quality Wooden Pieces
With forty-eight challenges of increasing difficulty, Camelot Jr. will give your children hours of brain-stretching fun! Camelot Jr. includes game rules, booklet with challenges and solutions, and lovely hardwood game tray and pieces.

IQ-Building Fun Develops:
  • Logical reasoning
  • Higher cognitive thinking
  • Visual and spatial perception

    Game Includes:
  • 48 Challenges, 4 different levels of difficulty
  • Stand
  • 11 Colorful Wooden Castle Pieces
  • Solutions

    How to Play:
  • Choose a challenge to build from the puzzle booklet. Place the red and orange towers and the knight and princess in the position shown.
  • Use the blocks shown at the top to create a path for the knight to rescue the princess. (In half the challenges, the princess saves the knight.)

    Manufacturer's Information:
    Copyright: 2007
    ISBN: 847563000258
    Manufacturer: Smart Games
    Made In: China
    Players: 1
    Age: 4+

    Awards and Endorsements:
    Trophées Flip catégorie enfance 2008
    Super trophées Flip 2008
    Superproduct 2009
    ITSA Best Game Award 2009
    Seal of Excellence 2008

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

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    Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 13 Write a review.

      0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
    Best game ever November 10, 2015
    Reviewer: Brandi  
    Wow! I am so impressed with this. My daughter absolutely adores playing this. Have the knight save the princess! She follows the cards and is much more patient that I would have expected. Constantly problem solving and trying to figure out how the pieces fit and then she can check her own work. She's so proud of herself with the knight can climb the stairs and save the princess. Wonderfully made, sturdy blocks, fun concept. Love it!

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    camelot junior May 4, 2015
    Reviewer: tammy  
    best gift ever. I got this for my niece age 6, and the entire family loves doing it, adults included. The pieces are simple but lovely and the thinking is just complicated enough to keep us engaged without getting frustrated. The younger set (3-6 year olds) had no trouble with the earlier challenges but the later "problems" were challenging for us adults. We even had contests to time how long it would take each family member to accomplish the uniting of the knight and princess (and yes, we made each member walk the knight over to the princess! We make my niece bring it to all the family gatherings.

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    Well received at our house! January 14, 2013
    Reviewer: tlcmommy  
    We love it, but I wished I had purchased the older child set (which will definitely be on our wish list)...This was used every day for at least a week after it showed up under the tree!

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    Wonderful Game! September 7, 2012
    Reviewer: Mom of CT&D  
    My daughter loves this games. She thinks the idea of getting the knight (we call him the prince) to the princess is genius. She is leaning how to manipulate the blocks in different ways to help the knight reach his princess. She love to move him along that path and make him run into walls and fall over if she hasn't done it correctly.

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    Teenagers Also Enjoyed This! May 31, 2012
    Reviewer: Mom of Four  
    I purchased this game for my 5-1/2 year old son last Christmas. He was not very interested at first, but we took it to the family gathering on Christmas Day. The adults took at turn, and had a fun time trying to see who could figure out the challenges in the least amount of time. Then the teenagers took over and played a few rounds. Overall, everyone enjoyed this game. Now my son and his older sister like to play together and/or alone (the 3 year old just likes to stack the blocks, and I have to keep the toddler from chewing the people). They are so proud of figuring out the challenges! The pieces do seem to migrate and end up being a part of other fun, but the box is great storage once they were told to keep them all together.

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