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Turing Tumble is a new type of game where players (ages 8 to adult) build mechanical computers powered by marbles to solve logic puzzles. Use ramps, crossovers, bits, interceptors, gears, and gear bits to build marble-powered computers that can generate patterns, do logic, count, add, subtract, multiply, divide, and much, much more.
This is the standard Turing Tumble kit, which includes everything you'll need to start building computers (no batteries required):
- Computer board
- Computer stand
- 30 Ramps
- 10 Bits
- 8 Gear bits
- 6 Crossovers
- 4 Gears
- 3 Interceptors
- 1 Presser
- Puzzle/comic book with 60 puzzles
- 20 Red marbles
- 20 Blue marbles
- 30 Counterweights
Product Dimensions: L 18.7" x W 13.6" x H 3.9"
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I’m a computer professional and was intrigued by your product. It arrived very quickly and shortly thereafter my 5 year old grandson and I sat down to start tackling the projects. We only had time to get through the first two. Now he’s after me several times a week to get it out again to continue. Fully meets all my expectations!
Best toy ever
My son and I have hours of fun and learning with the Turing Tumble. I recommend for all logic people looking for some nerdy fun.
Turing Tumble Review
Purchased for my grandson’s 10th birthday, Turing Tumble was a big hit right away. Easy to set up and begin to play. The story and pictures gave it a comic book/manga appeal and the clues in the early levels made for quick success. He and his brother went through 5 challenges before breaking for cake! But, best of all, he has continued to play even when temporarily stuck. I hope another book is coming-
Learn to think like an engineer with no screens
We've had our Turing Tumble for a week and my kids are already way into it. It's appealing on lots of levels and also quite challenging. I love that my kids think they are playing but underneath they are learning and practicing some cool concepts. And NO SCREENS! You really can't overstate that part.
I bought this for my kids and ended up playing it completely (haven't solved the last puzzle yet) myself first. What a cool game!