Monday, April 6, 2015

Laser Maze Jr. Review

My kids love reviewing games. Laser Maze Jr. is a 1 person game by Think Fun. This is a game that will build science and logic skills. I love as a mom that this game makes kids think!

We have other games at Think Fun: Gravity Maze, Rush Hour, and Robot Turtles. They are all thinking games.

About Laser Maze Jr.
(Ages 6 to adult, MSRP: $29.99)

Your Mission: 

Get the laser beam to the rockets so they can safely return to earth! You’ll need to use science and logic to reflect the laser beam to the rockets. Carefully place the satellite mirrors to guide your path, but watch out for space rocks that might get in your way. It’s one tricky job for any scientist, but with a little brain power you’ll be sure to ignite the rockets and your mind. One mission completed and 39 more to go!

Each card shows you where to put your rocket(s) on a card:

Easy = The Green Card
Medium = The Yellow Card
Hard = The Blue Card
Super Hard = The Red Card

All together there are 40 cards.

There is a symbol or multiple symbols on the card that show you what you need to include on the game board to figure out how you can get the rocket(s) to light up. Just don't stare at the laser.

11 Game Tokens (1 Laser, 2 Beam-Splitters, 1 Cell Blocker, 1 Mirror, 5 Target/Mirror and 1 Checkpoint)

Mica is going to show you how to play.

Both of our kids really enjoyed playing this. They figured it out faster than I could. I had trouble getting the card to slide in. Check out the video to see how it goes in. Mica runs you though how to play.

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Masshole Mommy said...

My boys love mazes. They will LOVE this game.

Theresa Mahoney said...

Mariah is such a sucker for puzzles and mazes. I bet she would be really intrigued by this game!

~ Noelle said...

Now that looks like a fun game :)

Eat To Live said...

I am not much of a game player... and I don't usually do puzzles either.

Unknown said...

This look so neat and fun. I bet my nephews would love it.


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