Both adults and kids can enjoy it. Requires fine motor skills and spatial awareness. Fun to watch the ball drop, cross a tight rope, and spiral to the finish line.
One-player game. Can be hard for young children.
Using cards and blocks, you have to get your marble through to the target tower. Offers an engineering STEM focus. Builds spatial awareness.
Nature of the game makes it nearly impossible for someone who is color blind.
This is a unique brainteaser that conceals cash and other valuables in hidden compartments and requires figuring out the solution to access it. Nicely crafted in wood. Makes a fun way to give cash gifts.
Too challenging for young children - not recommended for kids under 13 years.
Develops strategy and problem-solving skills. Several difficult levels make it fun for adults and kids. Offers 2D and 3D puzzles.
Small pieces and board.
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Love to piece together puzzles, but don’t want a long-term investment of to assemble a large jigsaw puzzle? Then a puzzle game is right up your alley. Most puzzle games are geared toward adults, and are great to kill time on a long commute or flight, as a boredom buster, or to perfect your spatial-visual skills. You can choose from several types of puzzles: mazes, Rubik’s cubes, stacking or building, or balancing games. Most are very compact and can be taken anywhere. You can also buy a book of puzzle games, like sudoku. Most puzzle games cost under $20.
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