Smart Toys’ magnetic portfolio expands with two new games

Published on: 21st May 2020

Both multi-level logic games are ideal for at home and on the go. 

Smart Toys and Games has introduced two new additions to its best-selling magnetic collection, perfect for engaging the minds of children and adults alike.

The company is challenging players to figure out what dolphins do below the surface of the water with Flippin’ Dolphins. Players select a challenge from the booklet provided and place all the magnetic puzzle pieces onto the game board to match the image shown. With the remaining puzzle pieces, players decide where to place the dolphins , so they all fit. With seven magnetic pieces and 48 challenges, the game is suitable for players for beginner to expert.

Players can also stimulate a range of cognitive skills including spatial insight, planning and problem solving with Puzzle Beach. The game depicts a busy beach in summertime; players select a challenge from the booklet provided and plan where the magnetic puzzle pieces are placed on the game board; the aim is to create a path connecting the children to their friends and beach toys without stepping on anyone. Complete with five magnetic pieces and 48 multi-level challenges to complete, Puzzle Beach is an ideal summer game.

Karen Clarke, UK brand director at Smart Toys and Games, said: “Our magnetic games are perfect for keeping the kids amused in the back of the car, or for some quiet play at home. These games stimulate multiple cognitive skills including problem solving, focus and logic, so parents can rest assured that learning is going on, as well as fun.”


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