ThinkFun Laser Maze (Class 1) Logic Game and STEM Toy – Award Winning Game for Kids

The challenges and laser make the hugely popular laser maze game and STEM toy fun. The fact that it’s a logic maze game that teaches STEM skills makes it a perfect game for anyone. Laser Maze requires you to use mirrors, beam-splitters, a little science and brainpower to direct the laser through a series of mind-challenging mazes and light up the target. Like many of ThinkFun’s award-winning brain games it’s designed for solo play, but it’s so much fun everyone in the family will want a turn.

Product Features

  • HIGH QUALITY – Laser Maze is one of ThinkFun’s most popular STEM toys for boys and girls and includes a real class 1 laser, 60 beginner to expert challenges, a battery, game board, and more. Battery for the laser has <0.39Mw max output at 635-670.
  • AWARD WINNER – Good Housekeeping’s Best Toy Award.
  • CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS – Easy to learn with a clear, high quality instruction manual. You can start playing immediately!
  • DEVELOPS CRITICAL SKILLS – Playing through the challenges builds reasoning and planning skills and provides a great stealth learning experience for young players.
  • COMES WITH MULTI-LEVEL CHALLENGES – Laser Maze comes with 60 beginner to expert challenges that become increasingly difficult as you play through them.

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2 Responses to ThinkFun Laser Maze (Class 1) Logic Game and STEM Toy – Award Winning Game for Kids

  1. NavJes says:

    Good way to build STEM skills in Kids My son, age 9 likes this game a lot. It is interesting to use the small mirrors, reflections, and a laser pointer to hit the targets suggested in the puzzle. The game has a board of 25 small squares and 60 game cards of four different complexities that helps build skill level from beginner to advanced. The maze has a placeholder for the game card. One side of the game card has the puzzle directions and other size has the solution. My son tries out different combination to place the additional…

  2. Debra Brinkman says:

    Make sure you put the pieces away correctly! I used to really be a sucker for any of the puzzle games like Rush Hour and the like. Logic puzzle types of games that would gradually increase in difficulty and be something all (or most) of the kids could work with to just force them to think differently.But we were forever losing pieces and I just don’t have any of them left any more.Laser Maze is a puzzle like that, only since it is more “game-like” as far as size, I think we’ll have an easier time keeping…

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