Thursday, September 25, 2014

Gravity Maze™ Review

I really like reviewing games. It's just plain fun. My boys enjoy playing board games just as much as video games. Recently I got Gravity Maze™ to Review.

This game is more for Mica's age. Isaak is obsessed with marbles. I think in time Isaak will love this game to. It's for ages 8 to adult.

The game is $29.99.

The game is a single player game. Mica enjoys doing things on his own, so this game really fits his personality. It's a marble run, logic puzzle. It's meant to build visual perception and reasoning skills. Think Fun also makes a wonderful games called Rush Hour, and Robot Turtles. It to pushes the player to think, and reason when playing.

It comes with different cards to help a child play at their own level. When first playing you can start with beginner, and work your way up to expert.


It comes with pieces that build up, and lock together. Each of the pieces has tunnels inside them. This allows the marble to travel through the pieces in different ways. Once the pieces are locked in you can put the marble down the track. The game comes with 3 marbles in case you loose 1 of them.

In this gravity-powered logic maze, you’ll arrange colorful, translucent towers to whisk your marble from starting point to target. Just like best-selling Laser Maze, you’ll rely on your visual perception and reasoning skills to find the single solution to 60 different challenges. The towers can be arranged in many visually stimulating structures offering lots of creative building time, but only one design will successfully carry your marble directly in your target.



My favorite things are that there are 60 different challenges, and that there are different levels to play. I recommend starting out with the beginner cards, and working your way to the harder ones. This is a great game for days were your child has little to do: Like a snow day, or if they are sick. It's low key in the mess, but still gets their brain thinking.


It would also make a perfect holiday gift.

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9 comments:

Ai Sakura said...

Very interesting concept and certainly a good "thinking" game for the kids!

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Joyce Lansky said...

This looks like a fun game. I love Rush Hour.

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Theresa Mahoney said...

This does look like a fun game, though I am not any good at them. Allison has a maze in the shape of a ball she was just playing with today that I just couldn't master lol.

Masshole Mommy said...

I love reviewing games, too. We play lots of games in our house and this looks like a really fun one.

~ Noelle said...

That is really neat! How cool... This would be great for an only child!

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

I haven't seen this game yet, but I think it would be fun to play with the Grandkids.

mail4rosey said...

That does look like a cool game!! I bet my kids would like it too. We're big on games over here. :)

Terra Heck said...

That looks like a fun and interesting game.

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