2011 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE – Perplexus Epic And Perplexus Rookie Maze Games

by Valerie, Mom Knows It All

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Perplexus Epic


Feeling confident after completing Perplexus Original?
Think you’ve mastered the art of twisting and turning while defying gravity? Not so, friend.
Presenting Epic – the newest in the line of Perplexus mazes

With gnarly new obstacles that require a whole new level of concentration and finesse, Epic is here to humble you! Its impressive 125 barriers are certain to entertain, challenge and frustrate you to Epic proportions!

Perplexus Rookie


Perplexus Rookie introduces you to the world of Perplexus and a whole new realm of perplexity! Perplexus Rookie will develop your skill as you learn to bend, twist and turn your way around the gravity defying barriers. Once you try it, you won’t want to put it down!


I received both Perplexus Epic and Perplexus Rookie. Perplexus Rookie is a great place to start playing Perplexus if you haven’t before. It lists the age range as ages 4 and up, and it’s a little smaller then the perplexus Original and Perplexus Epic. It didn’t take me long to get the hang of things. I fiund it best to go at a steady place, not too slow or too fast. You have to try and think what the ball is going to do as you spin Perplexus and try to keep the ball on the track. I love that these games require no batteries and make you think, and also that they’re different each time you play them.

Here’s video from Plasmart showing Perplexus in action.

Perplexus is available for sales in select stores. Click on “Where can I find one” to find the stores in your area that carry it.


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