Yesterday was a fundraiser for the boys’ school at Barnes and Noble Booksellers. We walked out of Barnes and Noble with new books and a new Perplexus, Perplexus Twist. What is a Perplexus? It’s a game where you try to keep the ball on the track throughout the entire maze. This game keeps the boys entertained for long periods of time throughout the day.
This morning, while waiting for me to finish getting ready for church, the boys were engrossed in the game.
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Oh, I bought that for my grandson…I wanted to open it and play with it, but I refrained. Looks like lots of fun
Your grandson will love it, Katy. You should get yourself one, too! It really is a great deal of fun – mixed with a bit of frustration when the ball drops. Argh. 🙂
I sent this picture to my daughter in Pittsburgh and told her I want to get one for my Grandson, Quinn for Christmas. He is 7 and I think he would enjoy this as well. Thanks for sharing.
I am certain Quinn will love it, Libby. I’m willing to bet your daughter has fun playing with it, too.
Isn’t it nice to find something that holds their concentration? Great find!
Yes, Patti. It is fabulous to find something that holds their concentration. Even better, when the item holds their concentration for more than a day or a week!
Something tells me I’d still be perplexed… even if I had a million years to try get that worked out!
Hahahaha. Perhaps. It is quite a challenge.
Maybe this new game will keep the boys busy for five minutes. ha ha
Blessings ~ Maxi
More than 5 minutes, Maxi. That’s the magic of this toy. 🙂
Were the boys really as calm as they looked in the picture? I watched the video and could feel myself getting tense. But then, I still haven’t come close to solving Rubik’s Cube — and I’ve had that for thirty-two years.
We recently received a Rubik’s Cube again, Charles. It’s funny (and fun) to continue turn, twist, and move the squares around in an attempt to solve it. We haven’t yet. Joe was able to do the Perplexus …. once.