Will you be able to place your pieces on the teeter-tottering base and get it to stay? Or will you upset the balance and watch as it all comes crashing down in front of you?
Players: 2 or more
Game unit (doubles as storage container), balancing game base/cap, tri-slider piece, 42 plastic Brynk playing pieces and illustrated instructions.
I recevied a complimentary game.
Cassandra's Review- You turn over the container and use the bottom to stack your base. It is like a weeble wobble effect. How you place each piece and where makes all of the difference. My family really likes this game, except for when it falls because loud noises are a little tricky in my home. One of my children will immediately throw their hands up around their ears every time.
So if you have someone with a sensory disorder this will be exciting and really fun, but at the same time it can be bothersome, but if you catch it fast enough or play on the grass or a soft foam it is not really bad.
Any age can play as long as they have the ability to place an object carefully.