Are you a fan of logic games and looking for a great way to introduce your kids to the joys of brain games as well? This new game from ThinkFun is a great way to get kids as young as 8 thinking on their feet. The game is compact and colorful. The game is well constructed of sturdy plastic and has lots of bright colors to engage the mind. The rules of play are simple and very basic so they are perfect for even the uninitiated beginner too!
This is a new spin on a classic game that will make you nuts in a good way trying to figure it out. Back Spin is a brainteaser that will get your mind going. It is great for kids age 8 and up. The game is round with two halves that you have to twist around to move the colored balls from one side to the other. Your goal is to move around the colored balls, then figure out how to get them back into their matching slots on both sides! It sounds easy but it takes patience and some calculation. You have to use your clever wit to spin those balls correctly. You can get a little addicted to this fun and challenging game--just a warning.
This innovative little brain game from ThinkFun can keep you busy for hours. It is a great game for travel in the car, in the road or up in the air. It is fun, simple but just challenging enough for a beginner. Kids can improve focus as they practice concentration skills with this brain game. The game is suitable for 1 player or two people taking turns. My tween has been having fun with Back Spin this week. She has so much homework and she gets overwhelmed with work. Back Spin is a good way for her to catch a break and refocus her mind for a minute or two in between all her work.
You can pick up ThinkFun Back Spin on Amazon for easy shopping anytime.
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