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A Mind Maze champion has the memory of a computer, the delicate touch of a surgeon, the concentration of a chess player, and the defensive genius of Maginot. But, if you fall short in one or two areas, you can still have a great time playing Mind Maze. First, you'll find fiendish pleasure in building a diabolical maze to baffle your adversary. Then the two of you, nose to nose, will race to be the first to solve the mystery of your opponent's maze. It is a game for ages eight up to adult, because its complexity can be regulated easily by reducing or increasing the number of defensive baffles allotted to each player.
Place the barriers between the posts on your side of the maze grid. Arrange the barriers leaving at least one path open to the goal. Try to baffle your opponent. Place your opponent's steel ball in the groove at the bottom of the maze. Locate your ball by placing your magnetic controller over the hole and start moving toward your goal at the top of the maze. The object of the game is to be the first player to successfully maneuver the steel ball through the maze and to capture it with the magnetic controller.
This was one of my favorite games as a child. You can make it easier or harder depending on the number of barriers used. Use fewer barriers for younger players. Problem solving, memory, dexterity. I love it. The only shortfall is the doors sometimes open and the ball falls out so you need to hold doors closed while playing.