Magnet Strategy Game

By The Game of SPACE

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Details

This magnetic game charts a fast-paced (and fun) course across the galaxy. Players plot their space rocks’ positions on the board with the objective of not attracting another magnetic rock. If your piece attracts another, add it to your pile. Whoever loses all their rocks first wins the game. It takes some spatial reasoning skills to play and the board can be configured to amp up the difficulty level to keep kids engaged.

  • Materials: Game tiles: Rubber, fabric; Game pieces: Magnets
  • Care: Spot clean as needed
  • Includes: 4 triangular game boards, 20 earth magnets
  • Instructions: Divide magnetic rocks evenly between all players. Place game tiles based on desired level of difficulty. Turn by turn, place one magnetic rock down at a time. If a magnetic rock attracts another magnetic rock, the player must pick up all connected rocks. The first person to get rid of all their magnetic rocks wins the game
  • Board consists of game tiles that can be rearranged for different levels of difficulty
  • Two player game
  • Five minute average game time
  • Warning: Choking hazard, small parts. Not for children under 3. Seek immediate medical attention if magnets are swallowed
  • Recommended for ages 14 and up
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 9.33" x 8" x 2"
  • Weight: 1.2 lbs.
 

About The Game of SPACE

Out Of This World

The Game of SPACE magnetic game is made by game lover and toy store owner Aric Klar. Aric was inspired by a favorite game from his childhood to create his own take on a fun, fast-paced strategy game.

Aric opened his first toy store at 21, cementing his status as a kid at heart and making him the perfect creator of out-of-the-box games for kids. The Game of SPACE features a space-inspired game board that can be reconfigured to make playing more or less difficult. Players place their space rocks (also known as magnets) on the board. The objective is to place your rocks so it won’t attract another one. If your piece attracts another, add it to your pile. Whoever loses all their rocks first, wins.

It takes some spatial reasoning skills to play this game and it moves quickly. Each round lasts about five minutes of thinking, plotting, planning—and hopefully winning.