Let us Start with Match Madness. This game is super easy to play but does require thinking and concentration. Match Madness is all about matching the patterns on a card.
Here is how the game is played. Everybody gets five blocks and then the game begins. You decide how many rounds you want to play and choose the corresponding number of pattern cards. There are five different levels of cards, and they are marked by the bars on the cards.
Game play is easy. Flip over the card with a pattern and start the madness. Scramble with your 5 blocks to replicate the pattern on the card and you win the round. Every time you win a round, you keep the pattern card. Whoever has the most cards at the end wins the game.
If the game is too easy, choose a harder level of difficulty. Likewise, if you want an easier game, choose level 1.
As for Maze Racers, this is a 2 player game I really like. Each player will build a maze for the other person to navigate. Teams must start their maze in the same quadrant, and finish in another quadrant they agree upon. There are 76 yellow and blue Maze walls and a spacer so you leave room for the wooden balls.
Once Mazes are complete, you swap and race. Win 2 out of 3 races to win the game. You can also play in teams going from Green to Red and then back.
While we really liked both of the games, Maze Racers was our favorite because it's so unique and combines different elements of play.
Kids will enjoy this, but game players of any ages will like these games.
Match Madness can be easy on level 1, but level 5 can truly be difficult. As for Maze Racers, we think you should set a 10 minute time limit to complete the maze your creating for your opponent to navigate through.
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