#ToyReview: Geomag Mechanics Challenge Strike Game

My daughters were excited to receive a Geomag Mechanics Challenge Strike game for review recently. Here’s what they thought of it:

Review: Geomag Mechanics Challenge Strike

E (age 11) –  I like this game a lot, but I did get a bit cross when I was building it. Dad had to help me finish off when I couldn’t get the moving parts to stay in place. I love Geomag sets because they are fun to build, and you can play with them for ages.

G (age 9) –  I like science and I like this toy because it got me to work with things that move, and it was fun building it so that we could play the game.

What Mum thought of the toy

This game looks fun and it kept my children entertained for a few hours on a rainy Sunday afternoon. Our cat also enjoyed playing with the moving parts, and it was cute watching her bat the magnets and make them swing round. If you enjoy family board games but want to try something a bit different, this is an ideal gift for Christmas that the whole family can enjoy.

About the Product

The Geomag (779) Mechanics Challenge Strike is available from Coolshop for £49.

You can get it on Amazon for £37.30 with Prime delivery.

Learning about the amazing world of magnets and mechanical construction with a super fun game in the Geomag Mechanics Challenge Strike! Build the construction first, and then be ready for hours of fun either alone or in competition with others, where precision, timing and dexterity are the key to victory. With as many as 185 individual parts, both the construction itself and the subsequent gaming experience are challenging and educational for everyone involved. For 1-4 players. From 7 years.

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*This is an honest review for gifted products    


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