Marble Maze Starter Set

By Q-BA-MAZE 2.0


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Q-BA-MAZE- Starter Set-Build amazing marble run sculptures. No dead ends. Pieces have two exit points. Helps kids to understand architecture, structure, engineering. Starter Set includes 36 cubes and 14 balls, along with an idea booklet. Recommended for ages 5 and up.

  • Includes high-quality clear and colored blocks
  • Manufacturer's suggested age: 5 and up
  • Number of Pieces: 36 cubes, 14 balls, idea booklet
  • Dimensions: 6.25" x 5.5" x 8"
  • Weight: 1.5 lbs.

35 Reviews (4.1 out of 5 Grommets)

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12/31/2013 by Suellen

Haven't herd if my 12 yr. old grandsons like this but I wish I had bought one for my house for my grandchildren when they come to visit. Probably will buy another one next month. I know it would be a hit with my Lego-centric grandsons.More > < Less


Super Cool, but only comes with 36 cubes

12/24/2013 by Amanda

Very cool. Guess I should've paid attention to how many cubes were in here. My son immediately had ideas for more elaborate structures, but there aren't enough cubes. I'll just have to get the Q-BA-MAZE 2.0 Big Box (72 pieces).More > < Less



12/1/2013 by Kareem

This was the hit of the Thanksgiving/Hanukkah gifts!


Good Colors

11/28/2013 by Michael

Its fun. Be nice if it include some directions and ideas of to build.


bought as a gift

7/31/2018 by karen

I was very intrigued by this but I don't think the 10, 12 and 17 year old boys were as interested.

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About Q-BA-MAZE 2.0

A-MAZE-ing Marbles

Marble runs have enchanted kids for decades. Architect Andrew Comfort’s grandfather built a wooden marble run for him when he was young, and the seedling for a new take on an old game was planted. Years later, Andrew designed a build-your-own marble run that encourages kids to create 3-D sculptures, play with the principles of engineering and spatial configuration, and enjoy endless fun.

Q-BA-MAZE consists of translucent cubes that fit snugly together to form a marble run. The openings in the cubes differ, so you can decide as you’re building if you want a marble to exit a cube from the side or the bottom. Some cubes have openings on both sides, so you can never completely predict the path a metal marble will take to the finish.

Build a fish, a moose, a tower, or whatever your imagination can think up. The game is new each time you start building. Set Q-BA-MAZE up in your family room, and watch as adults and kids can’t resist giving it a go. It’s addictive and enriching. Andrew’s granddad would be a-MAZE-d.