Brainwright Cat STAX, The Perfect Puzzle
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- 48 challenge cards
- 12 cat pieces
- 1 travel case
- Rules of play
- Ages 8 plus
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Cat Stax, The Perfect Puzzle
Help your child tap into their feline senses and paw their way to victory with Cat Stax, The Purrfect Puzzle from Brainwright. This fun brainteaser game includes 12 cat pieces of various shapes and sizes which have to be put together to solve each of the 48 unique challenges — it's the purrfect logic game to foster creativity.
- Material: Cardstock, Plastic.
- Number of Pieces: 12.
- Level of Difficulty: Beginner.
- Battery: No Battery Used.
- Cat puzzle provides the purrfect fun for all
- Includes 48 Challenge Cards, 12 Cats, 1 Travel Case and Rules of Play
- Challenge Yourself or Friends
- Suggested for Ages 8 and Up
Also Available as Dog Pile Puzzle!
Dog lovers will beg for this cute spatial perception puzzle. Select one of the 48 challenge cards, ranging from beginner to expert, and arrange the dog puzzle pieces so that they fit precisely onto the grid. Each colorful dog is a unique shape; you have to figure out how to nest them together. To make it even more challenging, many levels involve multiple layers!
The Perfect Puzzle. Stack up the cats! Select a challenge and then arrange all of the cats on the card so that they fit perfectly within the grid. The cats come in all shapes and sizes, so you'll have to figure out how they precisely nestle together to solve each challenge. Paw your way through all 48 puzzles and consider yourself one clever cat.
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one thing that is really annoying though, is that the challenges are on one card, and the answers are on another, and there are a LOT of cards to keep track of/organized. I can see them becoming lost & mismatched in the future. It would have been better to lay them out so you flip the challenge card over to see the solution rather than have two separate cards to have to sift through & keep organized.