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Product Information

  • Manufacturer(s): Random House

  • Weight: 700 grams (estimated)

Product Reviews


Average Rating: 3 in 1 review

by Satta
Works well for temporary entertainment anytime!
May 30, 2003

Luminations has been a game in my house for years. I've grown up with it and enjoyed playing it. (even though I never knew how to play lvl. 5) When bored or frustraited, I played level one as fast as I could. Other times, I used it as a nifty party light by starting it up and letting the lights flash. The best part of it is that once my CD player or casette player kills it's batteries, I put them in Luminations and it runs! I've never actually seen it drain any of the dead batteries I've given it! The only reason I need to give it new ones is because the battery casing has a tendancy to pop off when dropped, and I tend to loose them that way. (note: mostly in the car, go figure) but the game is a nice toy to play with because if its simple design and pattern based idea. I think it even got a bit of a TV spot on Star Trek: The Next Generation as a table decoration! It is a nice game that has kept me company for years, and has lasted well with no flaws. Even my friends who come to visit love to play it!

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