ThinkFun Roller Coaster Challenge STEM Toy for Boys and Girls and Building Game – TOTY Game of the Year Finalist

Hang on! 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 is a STEM toy that incorporates elements of a logic puzzle or brain game, 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.

Product Features

  • HIGH QUALITY – Roller Coaster Challenge is 50% logic game, 50% roller coaster building set, and 100% awesome and educational. A fun STEM toy for boys and girls that includes a game board, 36 posts, 39 tracks, one roller coaster car and forty mind challenging cards with solutions.
  • AWARD WINNER – Oppenheim Platinum Award Winner, and finalist for TOTY Game of the Year in 2018.
  • 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 – Roller Coaster Challenge comes with 40 beginner to expert challenges that become increasingly difficult as you play through them.

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2 Responses to ThinkFun Roller Coaster Challenge STEM Toy for Boys and Girls and Building Game – TOTY Game of the Year Finalist

  1. wutanglen says:

    Overall fun game, I would recommend for the lower recommended ages. My 10 year old has been playing with this non-stop since we got it. He likes it, but I think he is perhaps a bit too old for it so I would recommend it for slightly younger. My son is very good with Legos, and building games online like Roblox and Minecraft, so my only issue is this is just a bit too easy for him even in the higher level cards. Not saying it isn’t a challenge, but not enough of a challenge for him at his age and again he plays legos all the time. So I also question how much…

  2. Thomas says:

    Great game for 6 or 7+

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