Our price: $14.99
When your student needs to jumpstart his brain, bring out Braintopia Beyond and challenge him to a game. To win, players must be the first to collect all four brain tokens. Challenges include finding a single image in a sea of duplicates, determining the solution to a maze, locating the unique item on a card of lookalikes, finding the missing puzzle piece, and so much more. The different challenges keep the game fun and dynamic.
Braintopia Beyond tests your family’s mental focus and decision-making skills, and promotes advanced visual perception.
Manufactured & Distributed By: Everest Toys
Number of Players: 2-6
Recommended Ages: 8+
Playing Time: 15 minutes
Made In: China
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
This a great Memory game we play weekly. We have made part of our thinking skills for our kindergartener. It uses so many skills and it’s fun to play!
Great family game! All my kids love this one! It's fast-paced and challenging but my 7-year-old was able to figure most of it out enough to join in.
My daughter is 7 and my son is 12. Neither of them likes this game. For my daughter, she likes playing the puzzles on her own. I don’t like that it’s a race game because it’s difficult to play with kids. The game itself is small.
This is a terrible game. Perhaps the original Braintopia was better, but this version is ridiculous. I've never played the original game, so I'm basing the assumption that it's better on other reviews I've read. First of all, you are given challenge cards to play. However, there are no answers given for these challenge cards. One of the challenge categories is to determine out of 10 objects, which has unique characteristics. Well with no answer given, I can say whatever I want, justify my way of thinking and then I'm right. But someone else looking at the same card could think that a different object is unique and that they are right. Since there's no correct answer given, who is right? No one knows. This is just one example of how this game works. Tactile is the only category that makes any kind of sense because the answer is clearly included on the card. I'm actually throwing my game in the trash. Everything else in my timberdoodle kit has been great, this game just really missed the mark.