Puzzle fans ages six and up will find a fun challenge with the Perplexus Twist, a three-dimensional puzzle game that exercises eye-hand coordination, dexterity, and spatial reasoning. This marble maze, encased in a 7.5-inch transparent sphere, features three perplexing tracks, 30 obstacles, and many ways from start to finish. With a variety of obstacles and ways to play, Perplexus Twist offers a versatile, travel-friendly option for play.
Unlike traditional flat mazes composed of a single path, Perplexus Twist adds the challenge of gravity and obstacles to the gameplay. This three-dimensional maze consists of a 7.5-inch transparent sphere housing colored tracks with 30 challenging barriers. It's up to you to turn, twist, and tilt the sphere to maneuver the small marble from one starting point to one end point.
Getting started with the Perplexus Twist is easy. Simply roll the marble to the start of track one, two, or three. Then grab the handles and flip, twist, and spin the sphere to move the marble along the path, realign ramps, and create new paths when you run into dead ends or obstacles.
With Perplexus Twist, it's up to you to control the alignment of the tracks. When your marble falls off the track, maneuver it back to beginning. And when you make it to "The Perch," you're ready for another challenging track. Though you can start on any track you'd like, it's recommended that beginners start with track one.
This brain puzzle features three challenging tracks for you to maneuver. As you move your marble along each track, you'll run into surprising traps, cliffs, and dead ends. Carefully twist the handles to create new paths and navigate through the game's 30 challenging obstacles such as the "The Pincher" and "The Snake Tongue."
Perplexus Twist offers many fun options for gameplay. Play alone or with a friend in a competitive, multiplayer challenge. Race against an opponent, or beat your own best times.
Not only is Perplexus Twist entertaining, it also offers a fun way for kids to exercise their dexterity and motor skills. Children and adults alike can practice and help improve hand-eye coordination and spatial skills. At 7.5 inches, Perplexus Twist is also small and sturdy enough for travel.