This is one of the most entertaining and deceptively complex games we carry. The object is simply to bounce a ball into a bin, and that's all it takes to win! However, getting to the bin is incredibly tricky, and it will put your knowledge of trajectories, angles, and momentum to the test. Set up the blast launcher and the four target launchers to create exciting and complicated obstacle courses for the balls to travel through. The inital ball takes off from the blast launcher, and you have to manipulate the angles to make sure that the ball hits a target launcher. Once the ball hits the target, this launcher will deploy a second ball that has to hit the next target, and so forth until the final ball makes it into the goal basket, which will light up and make noise in celebration! It may sound easy, but mastering this game will take a lot of ingenuity and quite a bit of trial and error. As you get better, set up more advanced obstacle courses, setting launchers farther apart, and at different elevations. Try to set up a course that travels clear across the living room, or even up the staircase. This extreme action-reaction game provides hours of fun and experimentation for all ages! Play on your own or with a group. Since each launcher is independent of the others, you can also invent your own games using the launcher, and flex your creative game design muscles! Includes an instructional booklet that explains the principles of trajectory, momentum, and game design. Have a blast, all while learning basic physics concepts in a fun, hands-on manner, that makes learning so intuitive, that you'll forget it's happening! Makes an excellent gift.
Note: Requires 3 AAA batteries (not included)
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