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Mindware - Q-bitz
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- VISUAL DEXTERITY CUBED: Q-bitz will challenge your visual agility, memory, pattern identifications and hand eye coordination. Recreate the displayed shape in the allotted time frame, or suffer defeat. Are you fast enough?
- VARYING LEVELS OF CHALLENGE: Through the course of 3 lightning-fast rounds varying with 3 levels of difficulty, players will be required to use their full arsenal of brain power. Be it quick processing, a sharp memory, or just a lucky break, you'll need everything at your disposal if you want to be crowned the winner.
- GAMES THAT TEACH: Q-bitz is playable from early ages up, allowing young children and older individuals alike to develop and hone their spacial recognition and organizational skills. Win and learn simultaneously!
- INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP PLAY: Q-bitz is a fantastic game for individuals and groups alike. Either play by yourself in a tense race against time or try to land the best time in groups as large as 4.
- INCLUDES: Package includes 80 Q-bitz cards, 4 wooden trays, and 4 sets of 16 challenge cubes. Please note: Product includes small pieces. Not for children under 3 years old.
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Top Customer Reviews
Q-bitz is a classroom favorite for my class. It's a great game for families. It also has some memory,and puzzles all in one!
Here's how to play:
First you need to set it up, take out the game trays and cubes, (the cubes should be on the trays, if not put them on the trays) according to how many people are playing. Then you make a draw pile. Take out all the cards and make one big stack, and when you're ready to play, just draw the top card.
Now you should be all set up and ready to go. One person draws the top card and lays it out on the ground (or table) for everyone to see. (Note: make sure all the cubes are off of the trays) Now you should see an abstract card. Your goal is to match that card by putting all of your cubes on the tray so that it matches the card. Each cube has a different shape/figure on a side. Now you don't just win by getting it right on the tray, you have to yell,"Q-bitz!" then you win if your opponents agree that it matches the card.
Another way to play is the exact way that I just told you, except you roll the dice instead of rotating them with your fingers. And the third way you can play is to draw a card lay it down, but don't start. look at the card for 10 seconds, flip it facedown, and recreate the card by memory. Then when you have it you have to yell,"Q-bitz!"
I absolutely LOVE this game. I would highly recommend it.
Pros: Sturdy wooden trays, and wooden cubes. Will last a long time. Lots of cards, 120 to be exact.Read more ›
What a wonderfully thought out, learning game.
Our entire family loves it, and we've already given this as a gift to friends and their kids.
Based on what I was able to find in edu-stores, this is the best thing around for spatial improvement + fun. The only thing standing between it and 5 stars as far as the kids are concerned is that it doesn't use batteries and doesn't make any annoying- I mean exciting- noises.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Played the game with other adults.One person suggested a ten minute sand timer.This brings on a whole new game with 1-4 players.Published 2 days ago by Greg Perkins
This is a higher level visual perceptual game which is beyond parquetry blocks. I bought it to use in my occupational therapy work with children. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Diane
This is a terrific game for kids of any age! It is great because you can pay for as long (or short) as you would like with each round only taking a few minutes.Published 10 days ago by Sharone Green
Great game to play with the kids. It was very interesting to see how pattern recognition develops with my 10 year old niece. We both enjoy playing itPublished 11 days ago by Patricia M Dowdel
Challenging game, great for the development a child's (and adults) mind, to learn, recognize and memorize patterns.
And the Kids love it!
I LOVE this game. you can play alone to work on your brain skills too.Published 16 days ago by Lindsy Cooke
This game is a great family game! It's great for autistic family members and friends who may not understand the rules of other games since it's just a visual/coordination game.Published 29 days ago by Amazon Customer
So fun! For the whole family! Even our four year old can complete some of them. Great spacial reasoning skills are being developed! Read morePublished 29 days ago by katie