SmartGames launches new addition to its IQ range

Published on: 16th April 2020

New game IQ Arrows is the ninth game introduced into the IQ collection.

SmartGames has introduced a new brain busting game to its bestselling IQ range, IQ Arrows, launching this spring at an RRP of £9.99.

From easy to expert, players navigate their way through the booklet of challenges to solve the puzzles by fitting the arrows in place. With all six puzzle pieces needing to be on the game board to complete the challenge, this single player mind boggler will keep players guessing which orientation the arrows should be in and how the colours should be arranged.

As always with SmartGames, multi-level challenges are designed to keep players busy for hours, with 120 to complete. Awakening essential skills such as problem solving, concentration and logic, IQ Arrows comes in a compact case, enabling kids and adults to play whether at home or on the go.

IQ Arrows is the 9th game introduced into the IQ collection, which is expanding year upon year. Each game is unique with an innovative game mechanic; offering various levels of difficulty, the educational games are perfect for all ages from adults to children as young as six.

Karen Clarke, UK brand director of Smart Toys and Games said: “We are really excited to be launching IQ Arrows. Introducing the 9th game in the collection goes to show how popular the collection has been with SmartGames fans. With the multi-level challenges, the IQ collection proves to be a firm favourite for family members from the age of 6-99 years.”

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