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Clue Master From Thinkfun
Clue Master is a fun logic game that develops the skill of deductive reasoning, a key ability in math, science, computer programming, and many other fields. In this game, you may deduce information based on what must be true even though you can’t see it directly. The more you play, the more deductive tricks and strategies you’ll learn as you reason logically from the clues you’re given!
- 9 Magnetic Tokens (Dog Bowl, Tennis Ball and Bones in Red, Green, and Blue)
- 40 Challenges & Solutions
- Game Grid
- Booklet with Instructions
Clue Master is done in a Sudoku style, where you use bones, a bowl, and a ball to figure out the pattern based on clues (or negative clues – things not to do) that the flip book gives you. The easy ones (Beginner/Green) is a great place for you to start.
This is a fun single-player game for everyone. I’m waiting on downloads or loading screens. It’s something that can be played by yourself or you can challenge people to see how fast they can complete a puzzle, take turns, or work together on the harder ones if you want to play a more “multi-player” aspect.
This game is challenging for kids and adults. It develops the deductive reasoning skill. Throughout all the puzzles clues are given about how to solve the puzzles. There are beginner, intermediate, advanced, and expert levels.
There is a magnetic board with the puzzle symbols (candy, x’s, and baseballs) in red, blue, and green colors. The magnetic symbols can be attached to the board as the puzzle is trying to be solved. There is a key in the back of the puzzle book to check answers.
Each leveled builds upon skills learned from previous levels. This is game of logic. I found it fun and challenging. The first puzzles are easy but still make you think. The puzzles get harder, more challenging and more fun. The magnets are strong enough that they don’t fall off but not so strong you can’t easily remove or move around. We have been taking the game along on road trips. The pieces stay put and the game is not too bulky.
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