Spoiler alert: I'm totally giving this game to my 10 year old nephew for Christmas. That's how much I love it!
I have long been a fan of ThinkFun Games, so when they recently reached out to me to see if I'd be interested in checking out one of their new games, I jumped on the opportunity! Gravity Maze is a solo play engineering-type game that challenges visual perceptual and visual spatial skills. I found just setting up the game to match the challenge cards to be a visual perceptual challenge! The challenge cards range from beginner to expert, and there are 60 challenges in total. The object of the game is to build a path with the towers, so that when the path is completed, the marble will drop from the start position to the target tower. This is a challenging and fun logic game.
Best for ages: 8 and up
- fine motor
- visual perceptual
- visual spatial
- problem solving
Other ThinkFun Games I love:Like I said, I'm a fan of everything that ThinkFun makes, but some of my favorites are Rush Hour, Shape by Shape, and Bug Trails.
Did you know ThinkFun also has great apps for kids? You can check out a review I did of the Rush Hour and Chocolate Fix apps by clicking here.
Where to buy:
You can find Gravity Maze at most stores that sell toys, including Toys R Us, Barnes & Noble, and Target. You can also purchase Gravity Maze on Amazon.
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Disclosure: I received a complimentary Gravity Maze game from Think Fun in exchange for my honest opinion. I was not compensated for this post and all writing and opinions are my own. Links to Amazon are affiliate links.