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Perplexus 3-D Puzzle

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4(3)

$24.98

IN STOCK!
To play, select one of three different tracks and work with gravity to carefully flip, twist and spin the see-through Perplexus™ ball to guide a small marble around 100 challenging barriers inside. Fun for the whole family. Play alone, race the clock or challenge a friend. The three different tracks provide a challenging three-dimensional experience. Great for development of motor and dexterity skills, and helps improve hand-eye coordination. No batteries required.

For ages 6 and up.

• Guide a marble around barriers inside the see-through ball
• Fun for the whole family
• Three different tracks provide a 3-D experience
• Develops motor skills, and improves hand-eye coordination.

Size
8" diam.

3

Very Challenging

Reviewed on: 9/5/2011 12:00:00 AM

I was fascinated by the Perplexus, but my nephew, who was 6, found it too difficult and frustrating. Even his parents and the other adults eventually lost interest in it because they couldn't navigate the ball without it falling off track constantly.

5

Great Purchase

Reviewed on: 3/10/2011 12:00:00 AM

It's challenging and it's fun for a variety of ages!

5

"THE HIT OF CHRISTMAS!"

Reviewed on: 3/4/2011 12:00:00 AM

I bought this for my nephews for Christmas, they vary in age from 4-11 and are all obsessed with video games. I thought I'd try Perplexus because it reminded me of a toy that I had when I was younger. A few weeks after Christmas, my sister-in-law informed me that it was the hit of Christmas! The boys love the challenge of it and have little tournaments and time each other to see who finishes the fastest. It's great too because it needs no batteries and doesn't make any noise! The adults even love it! I actually bought two more... one for our house and one to keep at grandma and grandpa's. The only bad thing I could say about it is the outer plastic shell isn't a real thick plastic, so if it gets thrown around, I could see it breaking. Older kids know not to throw it, but to a toddler, a ball is a ball!