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Get your brain cranking! Crankity is a curious
Get your brain cranking! Crankity is a curious mixture of building and brainteasing. Build the challenge on the card, then fill in the gaps to engineer the solution. Each of the 40 mind-bending puzzles requires a specific combination of gears. ...
Embark on an exploratory journey of design and
Embark on an exploratory journey of design and form with Architecto by FoxMind Games, part of the Brain Builder Series. As you construct 50 geometrical structures of increasing complexity, you will develop your spatial logic skills and stretch your imagination ...
Meta-Forms is the award-winning puzzle game that has
Meta-Forms is the award-winning puzzle game that has amassed a following of parents, teachers, and children around the world for 25 years. Use simple visual clues to place nine geometric shapes into a grid and find the unique solution to ...
Have fun playing with geometrical concepts of perspective
Have fun playing with geometrical concepts of perspective with Perspecto by FoxMind Games, part of the Brain Builder Series. Players use the enclosed GeoBlocks to construct 3D structures based on 2D images. Easy at first, the puzzles become progressively more ...
Zoologic is a game of deduction and logic,
Zoologic is a game of deduction and logic, in which the player attempts to fill a puzzle grid with dogs, cats, mice, and their respective favorite foods (bones, fish, and cheese). But keep in mind, no animal can be placed ...
A well-made wooden set of a puzzle which
A well-made wooden set of a puzzle which has baffled the best of minds for centuries - Wooden Solitaire from House of Marbles. A perplexing coffee-table game fashioned from beautiful Sheesham wood. Includes: Round Wooden Board 33 Glass Marbles Instructions ...
Welcome to Utopia, the city of the future!
Welcome to Utopia, the city of the future! The Goal: Build a 3-D model of each cityscape challenge. You won't have to worry about building codes or permits, but you will have to use logic to place all sixteen skyscrapers ...