Roller Coaster Challenge ~ Game Gift Idea @ThinkFun @SMGurusNetwork
Roller Coaster Challenge ~ Game Gift Idea
My little guy really likes anything that involves building anything. And he loves building roller coasters, no matter what he’s using to build he’s always making a roller coaster. That’s why I thought the Roller Coaster Challenge would be great for him.
This game is made for ages 6+ and it’s a single player game. My little guy absolutely loves that there are tons of pieces and challenge cards to put his creativity to the test. The concept of this game is simple. You get a challenge card which tells you the beginning and ending points of the track. Some of the cards also tell you some pieces in between. You are also told which pieces you’ll need to use to build your track. What my little guy has to do now is place the pieces correctly to test his track.
He loves being able to use his creativity by either playing the way it’s meant to be played or just creating random tracks to pass the time. If you have a creativity loving kid on your shopping list, this is a game you need to check out. This game is available on the ThinkFun website, Amazon and other fine retailers.
Thrill Ride Building Game
ASTRA Best Toys for Kids Award Winner
In this thrilling engineering challenge, players get to build their very own roller coasters. Start by choosing a challenge card and setting up the pieces to match. Then, players use the remaining pieces to build a working roller coaster that meets the build conditions on their challenge card. Roller Coaster Challenge incorporates elements of a logic puzzle, while also allowing for the creativity that stems from free-form building. Once you have solved each challenge, you get to watch a real coaster car glide down the track, complete with dips, curves, and loops!
Type: Junior Logic Games New Games Our Top Ten
Skill: STEM and Creative Thinking Visual Perception and Reasoning
Age: 6 and Up
Players: 1 Player
Instructions: View PDF
39 Track Pieces
36 Post Pieces
40 Challenges with Solutions