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Brynk Balancing Game

4.5 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews

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  • (42) plastic Brynk playing pieces and illustrated instructions
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Will you be able to place your pieces on the teeter-tottering base and get it to stay? Or will you upset the balance and watch as it all comes crashing down in front of you? Game includes Game Unit (doubles as storage container), balancing game base/cap, tri-slider piece, (42) plastic Brynk playing pieces and illustrated instructions.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 18.2 x 12.5 x 11.1 inches
Item Weight 1.4 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B01A6Z7RTU
Item model number 1200
Manufacturer recommended age 7 - 15 years
Best Sellers Rank #204,996 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#33,769 in Toys & Games > Games
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4.5 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews

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By Rebecca Haden VINE VOICE on May 1, 2016
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This game is a step up from other balancing games. Instead of balancing items on a flat table, you link clear plastic shapes to a semicircular base poised on a triangle fitted with ball bearings. This means that the balance can shift in a moment, scuttling your plans.

The multicolored shapes are pretty, and there are three different colors and shapes, all made of rigid clear colored plastic. As each player adds pieces, the ball tilts and slides, opening new opportunities to build on -- or toppling and sending the network of shapes crashing down. If you're bored by the typical balancing games, this one will add another dimension to the mix and bring back the excitement.

We played this with three generations, from a five year old to grandparents in their fifties. Everyone can play! The rules are simple and the pieces are sturdy and easy to manipulate.

The container is sturdy, too, and makes for neat storage and portability. Only a small space is required to play and the unit itself is small, so it makes a good travel game. We haven't taken it camping, but we debated it and concluded that you really need a flat surface to set the play unit on, so bear that in mind. The pieces will definitely fall down, so it's not great for a car or plane, but it's ideal for a hotel room, cabin, deck, or boat. Also for home use, of course.
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This is a really neat game! Our kids sat down and played it for a good 30 minutes right after they opened the package. The pieces are solid plastic (they don't feel cheap) and the stand is also a nice bucket with a lid to hold the pieces for storage. The game is simple: take turns, stack the pieces, and try not to make the creation tip over! (FYI, the reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because I'm not sure this is a game that you could play over and over without getting a little sick of it.)
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A half-sphere stands on a movable triangular platform with ball-bearings, which are on a cylinder, and my friends and I try to connect triangles onto the half-sphere. It's a game of balancing like I've never seen before. Sphere, cylinder, triangle...this reminds me of Archimedes' method of solving volume. It is such a brilliant toy, Archimedes would have approved!

I also love playing this toy with my daughter. She's much better than me. She can put 15 of these together! We're improving...
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Age range given is 7+ and depending upon the child’s agility level, seems about right. There are 42 plastic pieces in three different shapes and colors that contain slots so the pieces can be connected together while being placed on a round bottom base that sits on a stand that permits the base to roll. This feature adds an element of instability and unpredictability to the game.

Instructions are minimal so play can begin without delay. Pieces fit together well so the quality is there, and the colors are bright and fun. The two adults in residence played the game and it is fast moving because the structure can collapse so quickly. But that is the challenge of the game -- figure out a way to add more pieces while working with a roly-poly base. I also played it alone and it was a good way to shift gears and forget the stress of the day.

Well thought out, I appreciate that the container is used to store the pieces so they don’t go astray, and that the game is relatively self-contained. Only a reasonably small area is needed for play and too often I’ve found that once a game is opened, the pieces that were compressed and tightly wrapped no longer no longer fit into their original box.

The game is fun for individuals or a pair, but with a group it could provide a working example of the value and difficulty in working together. Needing to discuss each piece’s placement, incorporating other people’s opinions in decision making and that the outcome also is dependent upon the other team(s) actions. The game teaches patience, balance and group skills.
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We try to play a family game at least once a week, and it's hard to find things that will entertain our various aged kids. There's only so many times the 9-year-old will play Candy Land to entertain his little sister, and our middle son is always caught between toddler and grade schooler, in terms of interest and abilities. It's hard to find something all three will like, and that's fair to kid and parents alike. (It's no fun if you can't win.)

While this is still a bit above our youngest, this was well suited to our older two, 9 and 5, and parents, with a fairly level playing field, where being older didn't necessarily assure victory. It's generally the same concept as Melissa & Doug Suspend Game, which we also have, where the idea is to balance as elaborate a design as possible, and the one who knocks it down is "out." The storage container doubles as a play surface, where you turn the tub over and balance the half dome lid, which is what you build on. It's tricky, and requires a steady hand, but the light plastic shapes hold better than the metal bars of Suspend.

It's a quick, fun game that the kids liked a lot, and could continue to play on their own after mom and dad called it quits.
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