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FreeFall from Thinkfun is a logic and skill game that sees players move a ball through a 3D labyrinth.


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age: 8+ years

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Put your spatial reasoning and dexterity to the test as you build and flip your way through 60 challenges. First, arrange the cups around the frame to build a maze. Then, drop the ball and carefully flip and turn the maze to get the ball to drop from cup to cup and hit the target. Once you’ve completed all the challengers, build your own and prove to everyone you are the Master of Gravity!

What our testers said

“I’m going to keep trying until I get it.” – Boy aged 9

“Whoop whoop! I did. Your turn.” – Girl aged 8

What our experts think

Children found this maze building logic game challenging and highly engaging. They greatly enjoyed the maze building and solving process, as well as the physical dexterity challenge to get the marble from the starting cup to the target cup. They were subsequently thrilled with their successes and motivated to progress to the next challenge in the booklet. This gave the 3D maze puzzle a more dynamic appeal. They persevered through the visual spatial reasoning and logic required to solve the puzzle and assemble the “gravity” maze to then physically manoeuvre the frame so that the ball falls from one cup to another until it lands in the “target” cup. The instructions and booklet of challenges moves from beginner to expert for more complex mazes that inspire the children. Children can start with basic logic and manoeuvres and increase the complexity at their pace. This set is excellent for hands-on, kinesthetic learners. The FreeFall Logic and Skill Game fosters the development of logical thinking, executive functioning, and hones upper body dexterity. Further, it invites socialisation and teamwork when children work in pairs to create the mazes and execute movement of the marbles through them. Children greatly enjoyed playing independently but were more enthusiastic and persistent when playing with family and peers.

Skills developed

– Develops logical thinking

– Supports executive functioning

– Promotes dexterity