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Review: World’s Smallest Perplexus Original

Mini Perplexus in hand

I received a World’s Smallest Perplexus Original to play with and review. Opinions are 100% my own. Perplexus is a complex addicting 3D maze that is so fun to play. The original one is large and requires two hands just to hold it. The World’s Smallest version is one that you can hold right in the palm of your hand. It has all the same labyrinth maze pieces that the larger Perplexus has only smaller. You can see more about the World’s Smallest Perplexus in my video below.

More about the World’s Smallest Perplexus.

Flip, Twist and spin your way to the finish line.
Perplexus Original, the ultimate challenging 3-Dimensional, labyrinth game contained in a sphere, now comes in its smallest size ever as part of the World’s Smallest line from Super Impulse!
Age: 6+ MSRP: $9.99

World’s Smallest toys are designed with the same working functions as the original, world beloved classic toys, but in the smallest sizes ever created!

Mini Perplexus

Utterly Perplexed and Addicted

I was sent three amazing 3D maze puzzles to play with and review. They are called Perplexus and they are from PlaSmart Inc. I received the Perplexus Original, Perplexus Rookie and Perplexus Epic. All I can say to these is Wow, and then shake my hands in the air in frustration because I haven’t completed even one of these yet, but I keep trying.

What exactly is a 3D maze puzzle?

The Perplexus (@perplexusuk) is a clear ball with a maze contained within and one silver ball bearing. It is up to you to move this ball bearing through a series of obstacles to get to the end of the maze. Each obstacle is tricky in its own way. Maybe you have to hold the Perplexus so that the ball bearing leans against one side of a track because there is no other side. You will find yourself twisting and turning, holding your breath and carefully coaxing this little silver ball along the maze. This is a truly engaging toy that causes you to think in 3 dimensions. You have to think ahead to make sure that you don’t drop the ball bearing from the track. Continue reading Utterly Perplexed and Addicted