Are you ready to get your brain in shape? Then you are ready for the strenuous IQ Fit, where the puzzle pieces now have balls sticking out in three dimensions.
The challenge is to put all the 3-D puzzle pieces on the game board in such a way that the pieces are all level. This is only possible by inserting one of the protruding sides of each puzzle piece inside the holes of the grid. All ten puzzle pieces have two different sides, so there are twenty different possibilities to choose from, and every challenge has just one correct answer. With 120 challenges, IQ Fit is a mental workout!
IQ-Building Fun Develops:
How to Play:
Choose a challenge and put all the indicated pieces on the board.
Arrange all the 3D-puzzle pieces so all protruding parts fit into the holes of the game board.
You've found the right solution when all the puzzle pieces fit!
Manufacturer: Smart Games
Made In: China
Awards and Endorsements:
Timberdoodle 2011 Award Winner - Thinking Skills Supplement of the Year
Parents' Choice Silver Honor - Spring 2012
2012 Creative Child Seal of Excellence
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
This game is perfect to play when I am bored. There are many levels. I like this game because it makes your mind think hard, but is also very fun! My sisters beg to play it too!! I never get tired of playing this game!
We bought this for our younger children. It is great because traditional academics are not needed to play it. While it is a solo game it is fun for a group of people to work on together. The 4 and 5 year old have spent hours working on the puzzles and I can see their little brains thinking away. On my list for birthday gifts. Unlike many kids games this will not bore the grownups who don't have much of an advantage over a focused child.
This is a game that really uses your brain! It is both fun and challenging at the same time.
I purchased this for my six year old daughter but any age could enjoy this game. It comes in a nice case and is easily travel size. We have had a great time completing the challenges and making the object fit in the correct patterns.
I never thought I would be sitting in front of the television with a game for my 12 year old daughter - stumped. But there I was, for 45 minutes. I had to cheat and look at the answer! I am almost embarrassed to admit that I thought the game was easy, and so I started with the harder challenges... but I did. And then I went to the easy ones and worked up to a challenge that I could easily win.This game is perfect for my second grader AND my sixth grader. I have had to ask them to "put the school stuff away" more than once as a result of them trying to "one-up" each other. I won't say who wins more...My oldest daughter is so enamored by this game, and enjoys it so much that she challenges all of her friends, and grandma and grandpa, and everyone who has never seen the game before to "try a puzzle!" She has even taken the puzzle to my husband - who is less of a hands on homeschool parent - and challenged him. And then had to tell him that she still had work to do before she could figure more out for him to do.Even my two year old likes to try to put the pieces in, but I wouldn't recommend it if you want to keep the parts. This game is excellent for travel - once the pieces are in place, they don't move if jiggled, and the lid functions well as a tray for the pieces being placed. It is excellent for adults - keeps my brain working - and, because it is a single player game, doesn't require any refereeing on my part.Now... off to exercise my IQ!