Monday, August 28, 2017

Check out some amazing Games from Hasbro & Mensa for Kids #Hasbro


As the summer winds down,  and kids get ready for back to school this is a great time to introduce you all to some wonderful games from Hasbro. Games that will surely get the kids ready for the back-to-school season! If your child is back to school already or if they have a week left of summer, they will all appreciate these fun classic games. Hasbro Gaming and Mensa for Kids  are joining forces to re-launch a handful of classic games including, Perfection, Mouse Trap, Downspin, and Cranium Sculpt-It. Together the games offer kids (and families) a fun way to practice valuable skills including critical thinking, focus, hand eye coordination, and more! Some of the games you may have grown up with, and some may be new to you and the kids but they are all amazing be sure to check out the games below.

Perfection Game - Combine speed, accuracy, shape recognition, and skill with the exciting classic PERFECTION game.  Players can set the game timer to 60 seconds, then race to get the 25 geometric shapes into the matching spot before POP goes PERFECTION! Compete to beat your opponent’s time or challenge yourself to complete the game in less than 60 seconds before the pieces are sent flying into the air. Reviewed by MENSA for Kids and includes opportunities to practice valuable skills in: focus, hand-eye coordination, and shape recognition. Includes 25 geometric-shaped game pieces, game unit, mechanical timer, and a convenient storage compartment. Available at major retailers nationwide and on HasbroToyShop.com. Ages 5 years & up. Retail Price: $19.99 this game is available, Summer 2017. 


Oh the game of Perfection brings me back to my childhood… Oh the stress… I kid I kid… well a little… I remember trying to move fast and line up the shapes and I would get so close and bam! The time was up and the game would pop and scare me to death… This was one of the original games that was my Dad’s from childhood so maybe the timer loudness was just from that game at the time. But even though it does make you jump, it also makes you think and it is pretty fun to play, just as fun as ever. 
Mouse Trap Game - The Mouse Trap game, a longtime family favorite, is good for zany action and lots of laughs. Scurry around the board collecting cheese and stealing cheese from other players...but watch out for the trap! While kids are engaged in playing the Mouse Trap game, they can also practice valuable skills in construction, cause and effect, and decision making. As they interact with the trap, a working, multi-part machine, kids can practice construction skills. Kids will have so much fun playing this wacky game! Reviewed by MENSA for Kids and includes game board, 4 mouse pawns, 24 Mouse Trap contraption parts, rubber band, 24 cardboard cheese wedges, die, and instructions. Some assembly required. Available at most toy retailers nationwide and on HasbroToyShop.com. Ages 6 years & up. Retail Price: $19.99 this game is available, Summer 2017.
Playing Mouse Trap was such a fun game. This game was like having a playset, and a game all in one. Set up the traps and then head off to try not to get caught up in one. This was a game we played a lot as kids. We never realized then that this game was teaching us valuable skills in construction, cause and effect, and decision making we just knew it was a lot of fun and we had the chance to trap one of our friends. This game is still popular as ever. 
Downspin Game - Play the strategic game filled with gears, twists, and turns with Downspin! Players take turns using their game key to crank one gear at a time, then work their way toward getting all of their tokens from the top of the chute, down into the bottom chute first to win! Can you outwit your opponent? Reviewed by MENSA for Kids and includes opportunities to practice valuable skills in: Strategic Planning, Critical Thinking, and Visual Reasoning. Includes game unit, top chute, 10 gear pieces, bottom chute, 2 keys, 10 tokens, and token bag. Available at most toy retailers nationwide and on HasbroToyShop.com. Ages 7 years & up. Retail Price: $19.99 this is available, Summer 2017. 
Downspin is a new to me and my family game. A game of building cranking and outwitting. The game is simple to play simply crank one gear at a time, then work their way toward getting all of their tokens from the top of the chute, down into the bottom chute first to win! I cannot wait to show this game to my little nephew, he s is big fan of everything mechanical and loves to build, he will get a kick out of playing this game that is for sure. 
Cranium Sculpt It Game - Put your creativity to the test with the creative and cooperative CRANIUM SCULPT IT game! Players set the timer to 60 seconds, choose a card to start their turn, then channel their inner artist to sculpt the object stated on the card. If the team guesses the object correctly before the timer runs out, they slide that card into the spaceship card window. When the team has collected four items in the spaceship windows, they have won the game! Reviewed by MENSA for Kids and includes opportunities to practice valuable skills in: Collaboration, Self-expression, and Imagination. Includes in-box game board, 1 can of Cranium Clay, spaceship mover, alien mover, 60-second sand timer, 96 cards, spaceship card window. Available at most toy retailers nationwide and on HasbroToyShop.com. Ages 5 years & up. Retail Price: $14.99 this is available, Summer 2017. 
Cranium Sculpt It Game, this game is a blast! My daughter had grown up playing various Cranium games and this is her favorite. She is a natural born artist (she gets this from my husband, me… not so much) loving to draw, sculpt and create. With this game she has a ball sculpting out her answer and we all have a little chuckle when it comes time for me to sculpt but it is all in clean fun. 
  
With these games you can enjoy the fun of playing the game, along with honing your skills. When a game is approved by Mensa, you have to respect that and know it is a game you are really going to get something out of. Do you remember playing some of these games a child? Do your kids like these type of games? I would love to know. These games are available online and at stores near you.


Would your kids like any of these Hasbro Mensa for Kids games?



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