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Orbo by PlaSmart, The Snap And Match Puzzle, Brain Teaser, Fidget Ball, Play to Enhance Memory, Processing Speed, and Concentration, Ages 4 and Up
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- Orbo is the fun, ball-shaped puzzle that snaps together
- Entertains preschoolers and parents
- Color coding helps children match colored balls to corresponding circles
- Match all the balls, race against the clock, compete with friends
- PlaSmart provides award-winning toys that encourage learning, creativity, social interaction, and good old basic fun
- For ages 4 and up
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Orbo is the snap-and-match puzzle that's fun for preschoolers and parents. Kids solve Orbo by pushing colored balls through holes while watching each one snap into place. Color-coding helps children figure out where each colored ball belongs. Solve the puzzle; then try again by making sure all colors are mismatched. Work against the clock to see how fast you can solve Orbo. Better still, challenge a friend. Children can brush up on their colors and matching skills while having fun. Orbo is a game that encourages learning, creativity, social interaction, and good old basic fun. Ages 4 and up.
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Orbo - the snap and match puzzle. Push the colored balls and snap them into empty spots to fit each one with its matching, colored ring. Mix them up again for a brand new challenge. Ages 4 and up.
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has to be compressed to move the balls around.
There's something very satisfying about the way the balls have to be manipulated,
and my six year old is just able to do it. She needs to develop finger strength and this
is rewarding play for her.
I scramble the colors and she has to put them back: rinse and repeat.
It is easy to manipulate and quite stress relieving and fun to play with.I solved it mainly by trial and error ,but in a short time you realize there is a bit of method to get any ball to a hole .In other words there is a method to the madness of solving.I think this puzzle will entertain people of all ages and it is a puzzle that will stand up to a lot of abuse and very unlikely to break,and no pieces to ge lost.
That said, this ball is a good size -- it fits in my adult hand comfortably. The holes are large enough to let my fingers in.
Disclaimer 2: I prefer to not attract attention.
The small balls make a wonderful sound when they click into place. Getting them to move without disturbing the TV watchers is a trick.
For a puzzle, there is not much to it. A little bit of planning, and a lot of persistence will do it.
However, for something to do with one's hands, this is a joy. Even without moving the small balls around, it is satisfying to hold this ball, and squeeze the bumps, and dangle it from the empty hole. The small details of the shell are also interesting, and one can ponder what size are the indivual pieces, and where are the glue lines.
My only anxiety is the foam core, which I suspect will turn into crunchy dust after several years -- hopefully many several years.