The Maze Racer by Peers Hardy is an electronic ball bearing game where you can race against others to finish the puzzle.
The aim is to get the ball bearing around the maze in a set sequence and in record time, just press the button and the clock starts ticking.
A steady hand and ice cool nerves are essential. It’s extremely addictive and great for children and adults alike.
- Electronic ball bearing game
- Race to beat the fastest time
- Includes 2x AA batteries
- Dimensions: 30.5 x 27.5 x 10.5cm
- Weight: 567g
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Frustrating but highly addictive
We have had the Maze Racer game for a week now and to begin with we couldn't get past the "pink bit"! We eventually mastered it and we have actually started timing ourselves because we know we can do it. Not one of us has done it beginning to end without a slip yet, but we're getting better and it's quite a laugh looking at the concentration on a player's face. I think it's good for the kids' hand-eye co-ordination and teaches them to stick at a thing to get there in the end. It's a super wee game without using electricity or a screen. You don't even have to put in a battery to play - that's just if you want to time it on the device. More of this kind of game, please!