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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!

163 people found this helpful.
 on January 4, 2015
By S. 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!

288 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!

Fun and interesting

6 people found this helpful.
 on October 3, 2016
By Sher
My 7 year old and his friends love to get this game out. Its challenging for them but fun. I love that its a game but it is sneaky puzzle and engineering practice at the same time. I enjoy playing it with my son as well.

Super addicting

247 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.

Surprisingly a lot of fun!

One person found this helpful.
 on June 2, 2017
By The Missing Bronte
I was tired of my son always wanting to play video games or his tablet. He said he’s interested in becoming a video game designer. Gravity Maze came up as recommended for those interested in coding.

Brain-challenging but a Little Boring

2 people found this helpful.
 on July 11, 2016
By B. G .
This challenges the brain, and can be played alone – both pluses. But if a kid isn’t good at it, it can be a bit tedious, and even if they enjoy it, I don’t find that they come back to play with it much. Still, if your child enjoyed Rush Hour and Chocolate Fix, she’ll probably like this too.

Fantastic solo game

2 people found this helpful.
 on December 27, 2016
By JB81
Fantastic solo game. Some are pretty easy to solve, others not so much. Our 10 yr old son loves it. It’s a great game to help kids solution solve. Our son is wicked smart and it’s a challenge for him on some cards.

For little engineers

3 people found this helpful.
 on October 26, 2016
By Amazon Customer
This is for the little engineers out there. It helps them understand how to create a required obstacle course for a little marble to pass. This will help them expand their brains and think of ways to achieve that goal of moving the little object.

Very fun and challenging

3 people found this helpful.
 on May 12, 2016
By Chuck Howard
We have a ton of these little table games. This one can be very challenging but that’s what makes it fun. However, since I am color blind, I have to have my daughter set the board up for me and give me the pieces to use. She thinks its funny and gave me some wrong pieces on purpose one time.

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