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Q-Ba-Maze Marble Run

By: on November 26, 2013
$38.50
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People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones, and people who live in marble towers should watch out because...bombs away! MindWare's Q-Ba-Maze 2.0 is an interlocking system of brightly-hued cubes that tinkerers small and large alike can use to build a functional marble maze/work of art in the shape of anything from a spired tower to a robot to a dinosaur to the face of Alec Baldwin. It's endless entertainment! Constant action! Physics in technicolor! Alec Baldwin!

The featured Big Box set includes 72 blocks in red, yellow, green, blue, and clear, plus 20 steel balls for Indiana Jonesing through finished mazes. A Q-Ba-Maze idea book is also present for those who don't have any of their own. Additionally, once crafty builders conquer the Big Box, they can add to their 2.0 collection with the following Q-Ba-Maze sets:

Note: Q-Ba-Maze 2.0 cubes are not compatible with original Q-Ba-Maze cubes.

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