The Ultimate Coding Board Game
fun by learning the basics without a computer! In Code Master,
your Avatar travels to an exotic world in search of power
Crystals. Along the way, you use programming logic to navigate
the Map. Think carefully, in each level, only one specific
sequence of actions will lead to success. Once you collect
all the Crystals and land at the Portal, you win! Playing
Code Master won’t just teach you principles behind programming,
you’ll also build planning, sequential reasoning and
game can be played alone or with a group and is designed for
ages 8 and up. Youngsters may need some help getting
started from their parents. Conversely older adults may need
some help from their teens to get started (ahem). Which
is to say, it might take a thoughtful minute to get going.
Once you understand the basics, though, you’ve got 60
logic puzzles to solve at your leisure. The challenges range
from beginner to expert with higher-level challenges employing
programming techniques like loops and conditional statements.
Code Master includes a game board, a map book, a scroll guide,
an instruction manual/answer book and a handful of pieces
10 Maps with 60 Levels
12 Guide Scrolls
12 Action Tokens
8 Conditional Tokens
Instructions with Solutions
Onawa's Game Pick
The Electronic Logic Game
of Toy Fair 2016
Featured in Purdue University's Engineering Gift Guide
Ignite your logic and sequential reasoning skills with Circuit
Maze! Your goal is to arrange the tokens to create a real
circuit that lights up the different colored Beacons. These
clever circuit-building puzzles introduce electricity and
current basics to players 8 and up and provide a boost of
brainpower and a wonderful introduction to electrical engineering.
challenges ranging in difficulty from beginner to expert,
this logic game will provide engineers of all levels with
hours of electrifying logic and problem solving fun. The game
is played on a grid and includes 60 challenge cards of increasing
are outlined on one side and the reverse side has the answers.
The goal is to place tokens on the grid, according to challenge
card criteria and create a working circuit. When you complete
the challenge correctly, the tokens light up.
game is easy to learn and challenging to master for both children and
adults. It requires no setup and cleans up in seconds. This
is not a game that your kids will outgrow quickly as it provides
hours of brain-tease to master. This is also a great item
for adults "game night."
Age: 8 and Up
Players: 1 PlayeInstructions: View PDF
1 Game Grid
60 Challenge Cards from Beginner to Expert with Solutions
21 Game Tokens (1 Two-Part Power Source, 3 LED Beacons, 2
Straights, 2 Bridges, 2 Double Corners, 2 T-Shapes, 5 Corners,
1 Switch and 3 Blockers)
Classic Mini is a tiny NES with 30 games
your childhood memories
old NES in your attic is a pain to drag out of its box whenever
you get the hankering for a rousing game of Super Mario
the Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition and
is described by the company as a "near-identical, mini
replica" version of the original NES console which was
released in 1985.
The diminutive version of one of the most influential home
video game consoles of all time will launch with over 30 NES
titles preloaded, including Super Mario Bros., The Legend
of Zelda, Final Fantasy and Metroid. The mix also includes
some surprising choices such as StarTropics, but it's a well-rounded
sampling of the best the system has to offer.
full list includes Balloon Fight, Bubble Bobble, Castlevania,
Castlevania II: Simon's Quest, Donkey Kong, Donkey Kong Jr.,
Double Dragon II: The Revenge, Dr. Mario, Excitebike, Final
Fantasy, Galaga, Ghosts' N Ghoblins, Gradius, Ice Climber,
Kid Icarus, Kirby's Adventure, Mario Bros., Mega Man 2, Metroid,
Ninja Gaiden, Pac-Man, Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream, StarTropics,
SUPER C, Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Mario
Bros. 3, Tecmo Bowl, The Legend of Zelda and Zelda II: The
Adventure of Link.
get the preloaded games, an HDMI cable, an AC adapter and
one NES Classic Controller, which obviously looksexactly like
the ones you're used to. Nintendo has offered a few more details
about the micro console, including whether or not it can connect
to the internet to download more games and if the company
will release additional software for it.
those that want to play with a second player, Nintendo confirmed
that the replica console will support two-player functionality
for games with that option and a second controller can be
purchased for $9.99. Players with a Classic Controller or
Classic Controller Pro can also use those, according to the
system launches this November 11th for $59.99 across North
America and the UK.