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  • Cube Quest

    Cube Quest Cube Quest Review (s ) First and foremost, Cube Quest is a game of dexterity where your flicking powers reign supreme. But this two-player game also involves a fair amount of strategy, so your fingers will have to enlist the help of your frontal cortex. The object of the game is to flick your opponent’s King off the board using your army of cubes. Each cube type has special powers: Grunts are great at defense, Strikers and Skulks are strong on the attack, Healers can revive your forces and

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    Sound, Defender, Custom, Powered, Preventer
  • Knot So Fast - Brain Fitness Edition

    Knot So Fast - Brain Fitness Edition Review (s ) Calling all scouts, sailors, climbers or anyone whose spatial skills and hand-eye coordination could use a boost. We’ve got a challenge for you with Knot So Fast. In this fast-paced game, players race to correctly tie the knot shown on one of 40 challenge cards ranging in difficulty from beginner to expert. The Brain Fitness Edition has been optimized for solo play. The Idea Be the first player to complete the knot shown on the challenge card. The Brains

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  • Zingo! Sight Words

    Zingo! Sight Words Zingo! Sight Words Review it! No one can deny that the spelling of some words in the English language don’t really make a whole lot of sense. Why are “read” and “read” spelled the same way? Why are there so many double letters in “committee?” And keeping track of “there,” “their,” and “they’re” definitely takes some practice. What helps kids as young as Kindergarten learn to read at a faster and more efficient rate is to study Sight Words, or commonly used words that young children are

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  • Qwirkle

    Qwirkle Qwirkle Review (s ) Creating rows of matching colors and symbols sounds easy enough, but don’t let the substantial wooden pieces and contrasting colors of Qwirkle fool you. This seemingly simple game requires tactical maneuvering as you add tiles of the same symbol or color to create rows of six. A great game for family members of all ages, Qwirkle is a multi-award winner that will activate your brain’s temporal, parietal and frontal lobes as you play. Where we come from, three or more is a

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  • Sneaky Snacky Squirrel Game

    Sneaky Snacky Squirrel Game Review it! Winter is coming and those sneaky, snacky squirrels need your help storing some munchies for the months ahead. Spread the colorful acorns on the tree. Then, spin the spinner, pick up the designated acorn with the squirrel squeezers and place it in the matching hole in your log. Collect all the colors first to win. But beware: the spinner isn’t always your friend. So be sneaky and strategic, little squirrels. Win or lose, little ones will build hand-eye coordination,

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    Grip, Food, Kids, Hand Eye Coordination, Warning, Board, Colorful, Wheel, Preschool, Playing, Matching, Color
  • Extraordinaires Buildings

    Extraordinaires Buildings Extraordinaires Buildings Review it! The Extraordinaires Design Studio is one of our favorite games at Marbles: The Brain Store. The creativity and never ending gameplay makes for a unique way to let your artistic and problem solving skills blossom. Now with Extraordinaires Buildings, you can step up your architectural skills with this brand new deck of Object and Think cards specifically focused on places of all kinds! Build a hideout for a fairy, or a workshop for a giant;

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  • Magic Labyrinth

    Magic Labyrinth Magic Labyrinth Review it! Hidden mazes, a mystical theme and a Master Wizard combine in an enchanting memory game aptly named The Magic Labyrinth. In the game, players must collect lost objects before the Master Wizard notices they’re missing. But every worthwhile mystical adventure comes with a catch. In this case, that catch is hidden walls under the game board that players find through trial and error. Each player has a magnet connected to a metal piece under the board. Run into a wall

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    Wall, Square, Metal, Corner, Case, Color
  • Kwizniac

    Kwizniac Kwizniac Review (s ) This take-anywhere trivia countdown game tests your knowledge under pressure as you learn fun tidbits of information related to each question. The object of Kwizniac is to accumulate the most points by answering as many trivia questions as possible. Unlike most trivia games that give just one piece of information about a subject, Kwizniac offers a more in-depth trivia experience with a set of 10 clues in decreasing order of difficulty. The more clues it takes to answer the

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  • V-Cube 7

    V-Cube 7 V-Cube 7 Review it! You are the Mayor of Puzzleville. You’ve mastered the classic Rubik’s Cube a thousand times over. You think solving the Gordian’s Knot is mere child’s play. Come to think of it, there really should be a street named in honor of your puzzle-solving prowess. It’s time to graduate to the V-Cube 7. This smooth rotating cube has six sides, seven rows, 218 pieces and 19.5 duoquinquagintillion permutations. Can’t wrap your head around a number that big? That’s more possible

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  • ROFL

    ROFL ROFL Review it! Admit it, we all do it. How often do we text ROFL to someone that we thought was kind of funny? If you’re like 90% of the rest of the smartphone savvy population, probably all the time. But how often are you literally ‘rolling on the floor laughing?’ Hardly ever, I’m sure. However, ROFL the board game is bound to do just that! In ROFL, it’s up to you to condense popular phrases into as few characters as possible. Be the one with the least amount of characters so the “guesser” can guess

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