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Ages: 8+

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Product Code: 485-190

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A Marble Run Like No Other
You have never seen a logic-powered maze like Gravity Maze. Sure to put your child’s visual perception and reasoning skills to the test, the colorful translucent towers must be arranged correctly to successfully carry the marble along its path to the right target. With 60 challenges, widely ranging in difficulty, Gravity Maze will give your child plenty of opportunities for spatial and planning skills.

Another outstanding component of Timberdoodle's 2016 Eighth-Grade Curriculum Kit!
Features

  • 60 Challenges from Beginner to Expert
  • 10 Gravity Maze Towers
  • 3 Marbles
  • Game Grid
  • Instructions
Manufacturer: ThinkFun
Players: Single Player
Age Recommendation: 8+
Skill: Logic and Problem Solving
Faith-Based: No

Awards and Endorsements:
2015 Toy of the Year Awards Winner - Specialty Toy!
Finalist ASTRA Best Toys for Kids 2014
Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award 2014
Parents' Choice Gold Award 2014


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

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Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

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The gravity maze is educational September 21, 2014
Reviewer: John B.  
The gravity maze is educational and fun. It comes with puzzle cards from beginner to advanced. You must get the marble from the tallest to the smallest tower. My children 7,8,10,&12 really enjoy the challenge. It has kept them entertained all week.

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Fun puzzle game! September 3, 2014
Reviewer: Diana  
I wasn't sure if my kids would like this game, but I knew I would. When I opened the box and set up the game, my kids (ages 6 and 9) pretty much took over and I had to assert my authority to get a turn! The pieces are colorful, sturdy, easy to handle, and the game concept is simple to understand but harder and harder to master as it progresses in difficulty. My daughter (9) likes to use the challenge cards; my son (6) likes to build his own mazes. The only thing I would change at this point is this: the grid, or base, onto which the towers are snapped only has one hole to store the game marble, but there are 3 marbles. I wish the base had three holes, because we like to run several marbles through the maze before we start another maze. Those two extra marbles wander around the table and try to hide from us. Don't let that stop you from getting this game, though. It's a fun game that can be played by as many players as you want (although fewer players means more turns).

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