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- Use the two knobs on the box to steer the steel ball through the labyrinth
- Improves concentration, coordination, perception, fine motor skills
- Made of wood
- For ages 6 and above
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Top Customer Reviews
cabins in the sierra's during the 60's. So when I built my
log cabin I purchased the game for the coffee table. Shoot the
moon was also a companion game. Its a great way to get your
number for the day or determine a starting order for a task or
alot of fun, and a great way to tell if you have been overserved
by the host or hostess.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was so excited when I found this! When I was little one of my teachers had this and I hadn't been able to find it. Read morePublished 1 day ago by heather
Very difficult. Child, age 9, unable to preform task. Way too many holes, ball just falls through. Can't move ball through maze at all.Published 16 days ago by Bev
Nothing like the original, but still fun. Not built very well, and my grand kids broke it fairly quickly.Published 29 days ago by Slim
Very challenging game. My teenage kids have shown a lot of interest in mastering the game. It's one of the only things that will get them to put down their electronics.Published 1 month ago by Joseph D. Snell
A bright 7 year old received the labyrinth as a gift, he has mastered many other maze type games and competes with his dad on the ball-type challenges. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ruditooty
Fun game. Grandparents were playing with it too. Just like when I was a kid. I did find a different brand at target made of bamboo for a lot cheaper tho.Published 1 month ago by Alice
I had this item shipped directly to my friends for their son so I would not have to carry on the plane at Christmas. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Retro Beast
I haven't done well with it's challenges but the Grandchildren have and challenged one another.Published 2 months ago by Karen Mollenauer