Spin Master Games Perplexus Epic – Challenging Interactive Maze Game 125 Obstacles
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- Perplexus Epic is the original challenging 3D Labyrinth contained within a sphere!
- Inside of the Perplexus Epic you'll discover 22 feet worth of track containing 125 challenging barriers!
- Flip twist & spin your way to the finish line! Perplexus is easy-to-use, but hard to master!
- Perplexus Epic is the ultimate challenge for ages 5+.
- Includes: 1 Perplexus Game Sphere
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Discover the crazy and fun world of Perplexus! Can you make it through a labyrinth of over 125 barriers? Flip, twist and spin Perplexus to move the ball along the numbered path. When you fall off the track (Yes, it will happen!) head back to the start and try again. It’s a bendy, trendy, can’t put it down challenge! There are multiple levels of difficulty to master! Challenge yourself with the Perplexus Rookie, Perplexus Original and Perplexus Twist! They’re easy to play, but hard to master!
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Feeling confident after completing Perplexes Original? Think you've mastered the art of twisting and turning while defying gravity? Not so, friend. Presenting Epic – the newest in the line of Perplexes mazes. With gnarly new obstacles that require a whole new level of concentration and finesse, Epic is here to humble you. Its impressive 125 barriers are certain to entertain, challenge and frustrate you to Epic proportions.
Legal DisclaimerPerplexus Epic 1 player, ages 8+ By Spin Master
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Having Asperger's he does tend to get very frustrated with certain things sometimes, and I do see him go towards that tendency with this at times, but I think the challenge takes over and it remains fun enough for him to keep at it.
I think this is a wonderful toy for any kid, aspergers/autism or not. It is a wonderful tool for developing hand-eye coordination along with logic and problem solving. There is a lot of cause and effect happening in this ball with every twist and turn! Oh, and best of all. its really fun!
I kinda want one for myself... It's a great way for an adult to relax and focus on something too!
Note: I've learned, with 5 sons, that they really do learn better while working with their hands. I'm a homeschooler, and used to get so irritated when I was reading aloud or helping them with math, when they fidgeted, tapped their pencils on a table, rocked back and forth in a chair, etc...I finally figured out that these actions can actually cement information into their brains. I'm personally not wired that way,but I'm glad I finally discovered that this is healthy for many children.
On top of that, the clear plastic ball it comes in is just small enough to have tons of spots for your metal ball to get stuck in - one or two even required a few firm whacks of the blue rim on a table to get it out, something you've got to be really careful about doing if you don't want to break any of the fragile plastic parts inside.
30 dollars is wildly overpriced for what you get, but if you get it for around 20~, it's a toy that's fun for literally anyone. I'd let the kids younger than 10 play with one of the smaller, cheaper ones, though - one good drop or throw and this thing is done for. The cheap materials just don't do the well designed maze justice.
I first saw one of these puzzle ball games at my parents house. My hubby loved trying to complete it, and he finally managed it after a few days. However, that one was pretty easy in comparison. I knew I wanted to get him the most challenging one I could find.
-Anytime we have guests over, they always want a try
-The ball sometimes gets stuck
-One of the hoops/baskets broke, and there's no way to fix it. :( Hubby hasn't made it to that step yet, but now the basket/hoop is rolling around inside the ball too, so that is unfortunate, and I don't know how that will impact the rest of the challenge.