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We love games that are as fun for kids as they are for parents! The towers in this game can be arranged in a variety of structures but, for each challenge, you'll have to to build a path that will carry your marble to its target. This game is just as fun for a single player as it is for small groups.

Customer Reviews

Fascinating for kids and grownups!

136 people found this helpful.
 on January 4, 2015
By Sallie W. Abbas
I bought it as a gift for my grandsons, who liked it and began playing with it the minute they opened it, but it was just as intriguing for our sons, their dad and uncle!

Great toy!

260 people found this helpful.
 on September 25, 2014
By jamie
My boys, ages 8 and 9, really like this a lot. Instead of using the cards, they love to make their own “tracks”. One thing I should bring up: my older son is colorblind, and cannot distinguish between the yellow and green pieces. No big deal if you are making up your own designs, but a huge hinderance when trying to play with the cards. I’m sure this is super uncommon, but thought I better mention it just in case!

Super addicting

244 people found this helpful.
 on October 16, 2014
By Kathy Balman
Gravity Maze is the newest game from ThinkFun and is guaranteed to provide your family with hours of fun. The game is perfect for ages 8-adult.

Gravity Maze Awesomeness

19 people found this helpful.
 on September 10, 2016
By Jack McCoy
This is a great brain exerciser for everyone, old and young alike. It’s a nice size for a desk and certainly an attention getter by its appearance. Think Fun products are well made and the Gravity Maze is a great example of that. The towers are colorful, precision built,and interesting to look at. The base has rubber non-slip pads for great traction and holds motionless while snapping the game pieces in place and when the bearing is rolling through them. The difficulty progresses at a comfortable level and it’s fun watching the ball bearing travel downward through the game pieces in the hopes of making it all the way to the goal, the red box.

Fun Mind Strategy Game For Kids & Adults

20 people found this helpful.
 on February 13, 2016
By Mom2Dom
Gravity Maze is a fun game for kids and adults that makes them use their mind to complete puzzles. I purchased this game in hopes that my son would enjoy it because it reminded me of a physical version of an app I have seen him play. He was excited from the minute he unwrapped it and has spent hours playing with it amongst himself, with me, and with friends. There are three different difficulty levels to play from and up to 60 different maze options! I love seeing him have fun and actually prefer playing this game over his electronic devices. It is a well thought out game of strategy that I enjoy playing just as much making it great for family bonding.

Fun game, highly recommended

19 people found this helpful.
 on October 18, 2016
By Miles B. Free
Great game but once a person figures out the basics the solutions/patterns become fairly easy to spot. They also make a laser maze which is also a lot of fun but even easier to figure out. This is a step up since the laser maze is 2D and this is 3D. The more challenging levels are not radically more challenging, however.

Fun strain on the brain!

107 people found this helpful.
 on October 16, 2014
By Heather
Gravity Maze is an intriguing new game. It combines my daughter’s love of building and her love for all things marble. And by Marble I don’t mean tile. I mean the annoying little hard round objects that are forever conspiring to kill my feet or make me fall down. You start off with a card showing where your marble must stop and where it must start. You then have to place the towers in such a manner that the marble moves (from top to bottom) from the start point to the end point. Sounds easy right? Not so much when you have to use 6 pieces to go two places. Fortunately the back of each card contains the solution. 😉

Good for whoke family

24 people found this helpful.
 on May 16, 2016
By AsiYadi
My kids like it a lot. I have a 10 and 12 yrs old boys. They make turns to play the cards and stay occupied at least for an hour. I expected a bigger board but its perfect for their hands. I think is a good mind practice for adults and grandparents also.

Great Fun!

79 people found this helpful.
 on September 22, 2014
By Silvie @ MSLG
We were given the opportunity to review the game Gravity Maze by Think Fun, Inc.This game is recommended for ages 8 and up. But my 3 & 7 yr old boys enjoy it as much as my 9 yr old. I love that it’s meant to be played by 1 player however my boys also enjoy playing it together as a team and taking turns. Gravity Maze comes with 10 pre-built towers in several sizes and colors, 3 marbles (which is great, because I know that’s the first thing that we’ll lose.) and 60 challenge cards. The towers can be arranged in many visually stimulating structures offering lots of creative building time, yet there’s only one design that will successfully carry your marble directly to the target.

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