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Arrazzles by Funnybone



Hey neighbors!

Here is another Funnybone Toys game up for review.  It is called Arrazzles!  Funnybone games are not just fun, they are also for learning!



Here is the technical description:  Arrazzles lets you explore abstract geometrical configurations.  Each card has one of five different patterns of slots allowing for countless abstract building and design opportunities.  Arrazles are covered in five beautiful, reflective metallic colors, with a different color on each side of the card.  As you build connect the cards, the metallic colors reflect off each other.  The hole in the middle allows for further form exploration-it's sized to perfectly hold a standard plastic straw, so you can connect the cards that way, or string them together with yarn or pipe cleaner, allowing you to build a completely unique abstraction every time you play.


With Arrazles they are several ways to play and create.  You can play a memory game, build something and let the others guess what it is, divide the cards among the players evenly and allow them to take turns adding to the arrangement.


Arrazles will spark your child's creativity and allow them to explore and design.  Honestly it is fun to just sit down and design with Arrazzles.  Funnybone Toys has another winner!  Be sure to visit their website to see more of their games.  Also you might want to follow them on their social media.
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A little about Funnybone Toys:
Company Snapshot: While most people love to play games, very few appreciate the “art” that goes into their creation. This is because, for the most part, the art is hidden in the background, secondary to game play. But a new game design company was tired of seeing the art of games taking a back seat to play…so they decided put artwork on equal footing. The designers at Funnybone Toys want people to actually see, enjoy, and appreciate the art in their games. So in addition to creating fun and thought-provoking card games, they have also designed them to be visually stunning works of art.


One neighbor will win their very own Arrazzles game from Funnybone Toys!  Enter soon and be sure to stop back At the Fence for more reviews!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red, come directly from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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Comments

Nancy said…
I think the Array game would be fun!
DEBIJOT said…
I think I would enjoy the Array game.
Coolestmommy said…
I think we'd like spectrix.
Steph said…
I think my kids would like Spectrix.
Kimberly said…
I would like to try Cubu
Unknown said…
Cubu looks really fun.
Unknown said…
Cubu looks really fun.
Quantmlife said…
Cindy B (on rc/fb) ~ Disruptus looks fun and challenging which is always great for learning.
dfraley3 said…
I'd like to have Spectrix. It looks like it would be fun to play with my grandson.
phxbne said…
want to try Spectrix
Melinda said…
Array looks like a fun game.
Melinda said…
Spectrix looks fun too.
michedt said…
I'd like to have SPECTRIX.
Michelle Tucker

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