1999-S-101

Fast-Paced Puzzle Game

By Maze Racers

$34.95
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Build a maze as fast as you can—the trickier the better—because your opponents have to navigate it. In this fast-paced, fun game, players build mazes with foam shapes on magnetic boards and swap with the competition. Use logic, speed, and engineering skills to stump the other players. Whoever gets through the end—and back—first wins.

  • Includes: 2 maze boards, 76 foam blue walls, 76 foam yellow walls, 2 foam green start pieces, 2 foam red end pieces, 2 wooden spacers, 2 wooden balls, and 1 sand timer
  • Great for stimulating creativity
  • Suggested for ages 8+
  • Maze Racers game rules & instructions
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 11.74" x 15.13" x 1.9"
  • Weight: 3.9 lbs.
  • Note: Choking hazard. Not suitable for children under three

36 Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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Magnetics fall off

2/5/2016 by Cynthia

Forgot to mention that the magnetic strips that adhere to the backs of the forms have been falling off. Love the concept but, more of a fail then a success. The fun is limited, already gathering dust.More > < Less

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Are you smarter than a rat in a maze?

About Maze Racers

Ready, Set, Race

Challenge your family to a hectic, strategic game night with Maze Racers. Make a maze as tricky—and as quickly—as possible, then pass it over to one of your opponents to navigate.

You build your maze using foam shapes on magnetic trays. Whoever is done first yells, "Ready to race!" and flips the sand timer—now everyone else has just 60 seconds to finish building.

When the minute is up, swap trays, and try to maneuver the wooden ball through your opponent’s maze and back. Make it there first and you win the round.

After a few attempts, you’ll be able to make more complex mazes to trip up the competition. When we tried it out, our 11-year-old tester’s designs got progressively ambitious. This puzzle game is so engaging that kids won’t notice they’re building engineering and logic skills.

Inventor Andy Geremia’s first prototype of Maze Racers was made out of a cereal box and straws. The idea was so good, he won a competition with that makeshift board. Play a few rounds, and you’ll agree this game is a winner.