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The Magic Labyrinth Board Game


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  • The Magic Labyrinth is an award winning game
  • Guide your Magician through a unique hidden maze
  • Challenging memory buiding game for kids and adults
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  • Product Dimensions: 11.6 x 11.6 x 2.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003RDJYMM
  • Item model number: 89100
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #86,625 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
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From the Manufacturer

The apprentices to the Master Wizard have accidentally lost some objects in the The Magic Labyrinth. Now, they must try to collect them before the Master notices that they are missing. However, this magical maze has invisible walls that the little wizards keep bumping into, forcing them to start all over again. Sharpen your memory and show your skill as you navigate the maze and win the Master Wizard's favor. Game includes 24 Walls, 24 Chips, Gameboard with Underground Labyrinth, 4 Magician Pawns, 4 Metal Balls, 1 Custom Die, a Bag and Instructions in English, Spanish and French. For 2 to 4 Players, 20 Minute Playing Time, Ages 6 to Adult.

Product Description

89100 Features: -Game.-Wizards and magical theme.-Sharpen your memory and show your skill as you navigate the maze and win the master wizard's favor. Assembly Instructions: -Assembly required.

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The design is very creative and components are well made.
took2long
I am immensely satisfied that I had purchased such a great game for my family.
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This game is fun, it was easy to learn the directions & everyone can play.
Laura

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Laura on January 12, 2011
This game is fun, it was easy to learn the directions & everyone can play. My 10 year old has some special needs & it is very hard to find games that we can play as a family but he loves this game & so does my 15 year old. A main piece of the game is made out of cardboard so I wonder how long it will last. You can put in 15 blocking walls for a fairly easy game or put them all in for a much harder game. The game takes only about 10 minutes to play so we usually end up playing 3-4 games at each sitting. It really makes you work on problem solving & memorization.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. J. Burtch TOP 1000 REVIEWER on January 2, 2012
I was in a local board game shop that popped up before the holidays and I noticed The Magic Labyrinth was on sale, so I figured I'd take a chance on it. It SEEMED like it might be geared a bit towards younger people based on the art on the box, but for the price I thought what the heck.

I got it home and read the rules. Easy to play?? Absolutely. I set the game up for a play session with my wife. We used, for the first game, the basic setup that it shows in the manual. I told my wife how to play, and we were off.

About 20 minutes later, she had gotten her fifth magic object and had defeated me, 5-4.

We promptly tore the top off of the board and placed the remaining obstacles and had another go at it.

I really, REALLY enjoyed the game. It's a lot of fun, and it definitely takes some thought and memory skills to remember where you've already been. I found myself, on more than one occasion, getting caught by the same walls. I had started working on remembering the middle of the board, and forgot that the spot right above my starting point was covered by a wall.

The playing pieces and board itself are very well made. I can see what another reviewer is thinking when they wonder if the part of the game board that the obstacles hook into will last, but I think the cardboard is strong enough that it won't be too much of an issue. I also think the instructions were well written. They even have a suggestion for easily getting your metal ball back out of the ball returns.

Overall, I think this is a great game. My wife and I are both right around 30 years old, and we had an absolute blast playing "Magic Labyrinth." Definitely a good purchase. I can't wait to play it with a few more players...I'm sure it will be VERY fun with more than just the two of us!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By took2long on December 20, 2011
After reading the other reviews of this game I was unsure if I was going to like it or not but I am glad that I did. The concept of the game is that you are in a magic labyrinth trying to be the first one to collect five treasures by making your way through a maze with invisible walls (the pieces are magnetized and attached to a metal ball beneath the board. When the ball runs into one of the wooden walls placed on the fist layer of the board the ball drops down and you start over). The design is very creative and components are well made. It is also nice because the maze can be changed after every round and with varying degree of difficulty to accommodate different age ranges and levels of skill. As far as the issue that others had of being able to feel the walls before you hit them one simple rule change easily fixed this problem. Namely before a player moves their piece they have to declare where they are going. Since they have already determined their route before they move the piece there is no incentive to try and "cheat". While it is marketed as a kids game my wife and I enjoyed playing it with just the two of us and found the most difficult mazes challenging enough to keep us interested. Books A Million had this on sale for $12 buy one get one half off so I got it for just $6 which was a steal for a game of this quality. If you can find it for $20 or less I wouldn't hesitate to add this one to your game collection.
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16 of 22 people found the following review helpful By F. Wong on May 1, 2011
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The game is a very creative twist on a maze exploration board game. The usage of magnets and hidden barriers is very creative. Unfortunately, I think it's too easy to "cheat" and feel your way through the board. And several times we needed a grand jury to decide whether somebody was bumping up against walls or not. This game generated a lot of excitement at first, but quickly was forgotten. After the first day, my kids have never ask to play this game again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By K. Wynn on June 3, 2012
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This game is a basic memory game that is learnable in seconds, and fast paced. It's not a deep strategy game, but it makes for good filler and is a clever way to pass the time with someone who doesn't like deeply involved gaming. Personally, I've found it to be a good way to bond with my mother-in-law. However, it would also be appropriate for children at about the age of 7 and up.

The components are good. Wooden player tokens, wooden walls for the labyrinth, metalic ball-bearings for the movement, a plastic holder, and a cardboard grid to set up the walls on. You will want to be careful with the cardboard grid as there is only one and it is made of cardboard and will probably wear down eventually.

Overall, the game is a light, fast, easy-to-learn filler. APrropriate for most ages and individuals. enjoy.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Richard W. Lehman on August 29, 2011
Throughout a week long vacation, my children asked repeatedly to play this game and are still looking forward to playing it at home. We started with a nineteen wall arrangement and after an initial playthrough, I reduced the number by three more. The rules are very simple and my 7-year-old taught it to other children. I understand what another reviewer says about feeling for walls, but we all agreed to make full moves with the pieces. Also, if you're an adult who likes to take it easy on your kids once in a while, it's simple to hit a wall to go back. Highly recommend this game for a rainy afternoon or family game night - and I'm hoping that it will be a gateway to games like Carcassonne/Catan/Dixit when the kids are older.
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