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Logic Links Puzzle Box Critical Thinking Game
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- TOYS THAT TEACH: Logic Links Puzzle Box from MindWare is a great way to enhance spatial learning and deductive reasoning skills while having fun!
- CHALLENGING PUZZLES: Each Logic Links puzzle uses a series of clues to instruct a player where to place the colored chips to solve the puzzle requiring deductive reasoning and determination.
- VISUAL LEARNING: Logic Links requires you to think sideways, backwards, right to left and up and down as you read the clues that lead you to the one and only correct answer.
- INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP PLAY: Logic Links is a great activity for individual's and groups alike. Race to see how many puzzles can be completed in a set amount of time or compete against each other to see who can complete the puzzle first.
- INCLUDES: 166 puzzles, 32 plastic game chips and instructions.
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Let Your Logic Loose! Each puzzle contains a list of colored chips that are needed to complete the puzzle. The clues listed give instruction on where or where not to place the colored chip. Upon completion you will find the solution to each puzzle in the instructions.
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Logic Links requires you to think sideways, backwards, right to left and up and down as you read the clues that lead you to the one and only correct answer. Each puzzle is comprised of a series of clues that instruct the player where to place colored chips and solve the puzzle.
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I am not sure whether there is overlap with the Logic Links books; there are 100 or so puzzles in each book, and 166 total puzzles by comparison here. Perhaps the boxed set is a "best of" from the other books, something to be aware of. In any event the puzzles would take most children quite some time to work through, so I think this is at least a very good choice for a first pick in the series (you would then be guaranteed to encounter at least some new puzzles in the books).
The price works out to pennies a puzzle. You can't beat this value. For younger children, I would also check out "Clever Castle".
My 5-year old and I play this, and we're both enjoying it (which is not always the case when you play board games with a five-year-old; at least not the intellectual challenging part). Simply helping her along the way, giving the right clues, without giving the solution away.
Great fun, and excellent training of important thinking skills.
We're crazy about board games, and own more than 50 and play regularly. This is one of the top.