Sunday, April 26, 2015

ThinkFun, Inc. Laser Maze, Jr.


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! 


Laser Maze Jr. Is a really fun game that was created for kids ages 6 and up to adult. I played this with my son (who is 6) and we had a great time trying to figure out all the combinations of the puzzles.

The puzzle combinations range from easy to super hard, and there are 40 possible cards to choose from in those ranges combined. You pick a card, and then set it under the grid to start the game. You set up your mirrors, tokens, beam splitters, etc. along the board to complete the puzzle.

This game is very kid friendly, and great for kids who like to play independently. It’s also great for kids who like to work together as a team. You can’t go wrong with this game. It really helps kids to use their logic and creativity skills as well as how to use some critical thinking to get the puzzle solved.

We spent a lot of time playing this game over the last couple of weeks, and we have gotten very good at figuring out how to get all the pieces to work together to get the beam to where we want it to go. It’s been a very fun and exciting game that just keeps on entertaining us!

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