Sifteo Cubes are so unique and bring a really different element to video gaming play. It felt like I was building a puzzle out of blocks while playing an interactive game at the same time.
To play, you sync up your cubes to the base unit and then you can tilt the cubes to cycle through games and move the different cubes around to interact with each other and change your playing space.
We really enjoyed the Sandwich Kingdom adventure style game that lets you reveal paths as you move the cubes and try to discover which way to go to complete your missions.
B!eep is a fun game that lets all the boys play together tapping their color as it flashes across the screen to collect points. Chroma Splash has seen quite a bit of playtime also which has been teaching my 4 year old a lot about logic, puzzle solving, and finding ways to connect the colors to complete the levels.
My little boys are already so drawn to video games that having a different type out outlet for them to do something more than just stare at a screen lets them enjoy the fun of playing games from time to time but keeps them active too.
We will be heading on a road trip this summer and the Sifteo cubes will be great for taking along with us on the go during our travel as they don’t take much room and are very portable with their included carrying case. Plus, I like that the learning aspect can keep their thinking skills working while on school break.
Sifteo Cubes come in a starter set that includes the base and three Sifteo cubes for $129.95. You can add additional cubs up to 12 cubes for an expanded playing field to play with and purchase additional games.
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