Mindware | Q-bitz | Miniature Game | Ages 6+ | 2-4 Players | 20 Minutes Playing Time
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Round one of this popular game is all about speed as players race to manipulate their cubes to copy the pattern on the Q-bitz pattern card. In round two, players roll all of their cubes on the table like dice. Using the cubes as rolled (face up), players place as many cubes as possible in the tray to recreate the pattern shown on the card. Players race to re-roll all remaining unusable cubes until they roll the shapes that are needed to complete the pattern. Round three really tests brain power: players study the pattern card for ten seconds, flip it face down and then re-create the pattern from memory!
Offers 3 ways to play and design cards that vary in difficulty, making it an exciting fast-paced game for all ages Q Bitz by Mindware is a game that helps children practise and develop visual perception, visual discrimination and visual memory skills. Players puzzle over how to recreate the patterns on the game cards using their set of 16 cubes. Round 1 – race to recreate the pattern shown on the card using your set of cubes, rotating the cubes in anyway. Be the first player to complete the pattern and you win the card! Round 2 – roll all the cubes on the table like dice and use as many cubes as possible to recreate the pattern shown on the card. Race to re-roll all remaining cubes to complete the pattern. Be the first player to complete the pattern and you win the card! Round 3 – players have 10 seconds to study the card. Then the race is on to see who can recreate the pattern from memory. If you have your cubes in the correct pattern, or the most cubes in the correct place, you win the card! 2 – 4 players. Ages 8 to adult (can be adapted for younger children to play, particularly as a single player).
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If all players agree the pattern is correct, the winner is awarded the card. If the pattern is not correct, play resumes. Any player turns over the top Q-bitz card. Players have io seconds to memorize the card. The card is then turned facedown and players must try to arrange the cubes in their tray to match the card from memory.
Q Bitz by Mindware is a great game that can easily be adapted to suit a childs needs and ability. For example by playing as a single player rather than competing or by concentrating on one of the suggested rounds. This game would help children and teens develop visual skills and would help those with dyslexia. The player who thinks he or she has recreated the pattern or has the most cubes in the correct places shouts, "Q-bitz!" The player with a correct pattern, or the most cubes in the correct places, wins the card. Awards: Parent's Choice Gold Award' National Parenting Publications Awards' Nappa Gold; Tillywig Toy Award's; Bain Child Award Winner, and the Major Fun Award
Offers 3 ways to play and design cards vary in difficulty – making it an exciting fast paced game for all ages The first player to complete the pattern shouts, "Q-bitz!" If all players agree the pattern is correct, the winner is awarded the card. If the pattern is not correct, play resumes.