Having won over a dozen awards in the toy industry, its no wonder that Perplexus is a great maze game for both adults and kids. Here is a list of their products, ranging from relatively easy to insanely difficult.
If you are completely new to maze balls, then the Perplexus Rookie introduces you to the world of Perplexus. With this relatively easy puzzle game, you can hon your skills and sharpen your senses as you bend, turn, and twist your way around the 100 barriers. But beware, after you beat this game, you will want to get the more challenging puzzle balls. Difficulty level is 6.
As the name suggests, the Perplexus Twist puts a new “twist” to the line of perplexus games. There are traps, cliffhangers, and dead ends. The only way to move on is by twisting and realigning the tracks inside the ball. This adds even more fun to the maze ball game. Difficulty level is at a 7, and it has 30 barriers.
The newest addition to the Perplexus family. This game is a bit different than the others. First off, it is not a sphere, but warped. There is also a slider that you have to move in order to advance the marble, which adds another component to the fun. Overall, this game is a bit easier than the original, but more difficult than the rookie.
This is the hardest of them all. If you love puzzle games that really challenge your hand-eye coordination, this is a must have! I’ve spent hours on this game, and have not beat it. It can be frustrating at times, but I like the option of difficulty in the two separate starting positions. You can start at an easier level, or an “epic” level. Difficulty is 8, but can be harder if you start at “epic.” There are 125 barriers total.
Perplexus Combo pack
For those of you who really love these type of games (I’m included here), rather than buying them one by one, you get them all in this combo pack.
There are a few bonuses added in as well, so check it out.
Bonus: Perplexus Star Wars
Star Wars fans: look no further. This Perplexus maze ball shaped as the Death Star is as amazing to look at as it is fun to play. As you navigate the X-wing Starfighter through the Death Star’s treacherous tunnels and precarious pathways, you’ll be surprised with the bonus lights and sounds.
Bonus 2: Perplexus Giant
Perplexus has outdone themselves with this giant (and it really is giant) maze ball. If you’ve got extra cash and can’t get enough of the perplexus games, you can buy this to show off to all your friends. It even looks good as a decoration piece in the house!