Rush Hour is inspired by – you guessed it – rush hour traffic jams! It’s a logic game with 40 challenges to master. It’s an award winner and just like rush hour – you’ll need to think quick to escape the madness!
A Toy of the Year winner, Gravity Maze is a game of logic and marble run in one fantastic package. Using spatial skills and planning, you’ll need to solve 60 challenges with various difficulty levels. Marbles will be falling and you have to guide them through the path to the target. Fantastic brain-building game providing endless fun.
Designed for ages 7 and up, Blokus from Mattel is an easy to learn game of strategy. The game is for 2 to 4 players with games lasting about half an hour. Each player places pieces on the board touching pieces at the corner. Players take turns doing this. When no more moves are possible it’s time to see who wins. The player with the least number of pieces is declared the winner. Incredible family fun!
You’ve probably heard of the classic toy, Rubik’s Cube. This is exactly like that classic puzzle game without the stickers! To solve the puzzle you’ll need to manipulate the pieces so that an entire side is the same color. All six sides will have a different color. Endless puzzle-solving fun!
Perplexus Original challenges kids to overcome more than 100 obstacles on a 22-foot long track. The puzzle will really put you to the test. You’ll be having so much fun twisting and turning the globe to get to the end. But will you be able to overcome the challenges and become the Perlexus master?
This USA Map puzzle is well-designed and perfect for learning about the USA. Kids will learn the locations of each state along with the capitals of the states and even what the state is known for. It’s a 51-piece 2′ x 3′ floor puzzle that’s great educational fun!
Rubik’s Revolution is back! Previously a 2008 Toy of the Year award-winner, Rubik’s Revolution is a one-player and multiplayer game. It’s all about fast and challenging cubic action. It offers 6 fast-paced, electronic games including light speed in one device! In one game you have to quickly tap the correct colored light rotating the cube to find it, then pass it to a friend. You continue on until it buzzes. The player who misses the light loses. Another game has you attempting to repeat the color pattern. Features include sounds, lights, and various skill levels that will keep you playing for hours! It’s easy to learn and play but difficult to master. Can you beat your friends?
Not quite ready for the full 3×3 Rubik’s Cube challenge? Now you can build up your skill level and strategy with Rubik’s Edge. The idea is the same as the Rubik’s Cube where you rotate and twist, but you’re only dealing with one-third of a Rubik’s Cube. Your goal is to get each edge to be the same color. Its compact size is perfect for on-the-go fun. It’s a great introduction to Rubik’s Cube for younger kids.
Kanoodle is the ultimate stocking stuffer. This puzzle is small enough to carry anywhere and bring out whenever you’re bored. There are 100 different challenges that go from flat rectangle puzzles to 3D pyramid puzzles. You pick a puzzle and have to insert the remaining pieces to solve the puzzle. They may never get on their phone when they’re bored again.