Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Perplexus Original 3D maze Giveaway ends 8/22 Daily

I had the joy of reviewing the Perplexus Original 3D maze and you can see my review here. The people with the Perplexus Original 3D maze liked my review and are letting me do a giveaway for my fans.

Now for the giveaway: One lucky person will win a Perplexus Original 3D maze. This is open to US & ends 8/22/12 @ 11:59 pm est. To enter, simply do the tasks on the Rafflecopter widget below and you're set to have a chance to win! Complete all the entries listed to better your chances to win. Remember you can't win if you don't enter.
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57 comments:

  1. I like that this game has no batteries, no bells, lights or whistles; just a fun game.

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  2. Dorothy Walters
    I hope this is for older than 6 I want it for my nephew.

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  3. I like that there are hundreds of mazes to choose from.

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  4. I would play with my entire family.

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  5. The concept behind PERPLEXUS was created by 3-D design teacher Michael McGinnis in the late 1970′s as a project for an art class.

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  6. My whole family would love to play with this...including the cats!

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  7. I think we would need the rookie to start! :)

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  8. I want all 3 rookie original and epic. They all look so fun.

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  9. i learned that they won The National Parenting Center’s 2012 Seal of Approval

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  10. me and my kids would play with this. maybe even my hubby.

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  11. I learned that the cocept was created in the 1970s!
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  12. I would play this with my brother!
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  13. Interesting and challenging game. The marbles travel through a maze and developed in the '70s.

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  14. I would give this to my grandkids to play with.

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  15. I really like that it was selected as one of Parents Magazine Top Toys of 2010. The fact that it helps motor skills, dexterity along with many other benefits!

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  16. I love that there is finally a cool toy that doesn't use batteries

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  17. I love that you can play multiplayer!

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  18. My nephew would play with it!

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  19. I would love Perplexus Rookie.

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  20. I love how it really gives you a challenge ^^

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  21. I love the puzzle balls I think my kids would find it a challenge and maybe not so many video games would be played.

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  22. I would play this with my son who just told me about this the other day he wants one for christmas

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  23. The toy company started out making Plasmacar.

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  24. I would give it to a friend. She really likes challenges.

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  25. My daughter would have fun with this.

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  26. I learned on the site that I can find these at two stores near me.

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  27. My three grandkids would love playing with this!

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  28. We have one of these - or rather my son does but we ALL love to play with it:) I learned the company philosophy is that nothing comes from the void

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  29. Since my son has one we would give it to my daughter (and then my husband and I would steal it and play with it....)

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  30. This is going to first be for me and then I will share! :)

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  31. Love the concept of it! No batteries, great for the entire family, and lots more pluses! I can see why they've gotten so many awards!

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  32. all of us... me, hubby, kids... possibly the dog... hehe =)

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  33. No Batteries?? That's what I like!! I lso like how it's designed by 3D Designer and it's just a fun game.

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  34. It's one all kinds of awards for being best toy of 2010!

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  35. My daughter... she's been begging me to buy her one ever since she played with one at her friend's house!

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  36. It got a toy award in 2010.

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  37. I learned that Perplexus was one of Parent's magazine top toys of 2010.

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  38. you can race others with this game

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  39. my little grandson & i would play

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  40. My son would play with it until his 1-year old sister comes and steals it away from him.

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  41. Michael McGinnis created the concept behind Perplexus in the late 1970′s as a project for an art class.

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  42. I would give it to my nephew for Christmas - or I might keep it for my daycare. The older kids would love it.

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  43. I like that this puzzle is challenging for both adults and kids.

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  44. our whole family would play this...especially in the car or waiting rooms.

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  45. I like that this 3D maze toy can be played by the whole family! I'm sure myself, my husband and my kids would all benefit from it! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  46. I learned the concept behind PERPLEXUS was created by 3-D design teacher Michael McGinnis in the late 1970′s as a project for an art class.

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  47. I learned that they come in different levels of hardness.
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  48. My 7 year old would play with this the most.
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  49. My kids would play with this : )

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  50. Love that it is a simple but fun game with no batteries.

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  51. I like that this is challenging and battery free

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  52. My niece would really love to play with this.

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  53. This would be for my son but all my kids would share it.

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