My girls love playing games and also love playing with building toys and magnetic toys. When I spotted the Geomag Mechanics Challenge Strike, I knew it would be a hit! We’ve got a few smaller regular Geomag Classic sets that are very popular in our house, so we were really excited to try something from the Geomags Mechanics range.
Geomag Mechanics Challenge Strike (779) is a fun set that teaches you about the amazing world of magnets and mechanical construction.
You first start by building the construction which takes a little while, then you can enjoy playing the game on your own or in competition with friends and family (up to 4 players).
The aim of the game is to knock the towers over by adding the magnetic marbles to the gravity motor in a skillful way. Precision, good timing and dexterity is what you need to succeed in this game! It’s fun and exciting whether you’re playing on your own or in a group.
There are a few different options for how to play too so that you can choose to make it more challenging if you want to. It is a game that’s a bit hard to explain in words and best seen in action as in the video below.
Geomag Mechanics Challenge Strike will keep kids fascinated and entertained while also being a great STEM learning toy and one that helps improve children’s concentration skills. It also made with 90% recycled plastic which is great!
The set includes 185 individual parts and is suitable from 8 years and beyond. You can buy the set from Coolshop for £49.
This set was kindly gifted for this review. As always, all my reviews are 100% honest and all thoughts and opinions are my own.
This blog is edited by a mid-30s mum with over 15 years of professional childcare experience. Now 10 years into motherhood and enthusiastic about finding great products and helpful solutions for busy families to make life more fun and easier too.
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