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Chocolate Fix Sudoku-Style Logic Game

Manufacturer: Thinkfun

Model Number: 1530

Recommended Age: Ages 8 and up

Availability: In stock

$19.99
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Warning: Choking Hazard

Shipping Weight: 14 ounces

Model Number: 1530

Product Dimensions: 9 x 8 x 2.5 inches

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Description

This is a great game of deductive reasoning for a single player. Using the clues, fill the tray with all nine chocolate pieces in their correct positions. Similar to Sudoku, you must examine all clues on the challenge card before making a move. You will feel your confidence build as you narrow the possibilities to complete each challenge.

Features:
-1 Chocolate tray
-80 Challenge cards from beginner to expert with solutions
-9 Chocolate pieces (3 strawberry, 3 white vanilla, 3 brown chocolate)
-18 Shape and color place holders
-Game go bag

About Thinkfun:
ThinkFun was founded in 1985 by husband and wife team Bill Ritchie and Andrea Barthello. Bill was a born puzzler, so defining his dream company was no challenge. Andrea vividly remembers the day she pulled up in their driveway and declared, "We can do this!" In the early years, Bill and Andrea's basement served as assembly line, home office, and distribution center, and our first product, the Hexadecimal Puzzle, was born right out of that basement. Despite humble beginnings, Bill and Andrea founded ThinkFun, originally called Binary Arts, with a noble mission, "To translate the brilliant ideas of the craziest mathematicians, engineers and inventors into simple toys that can be appreciated by boys and girls around the world." Over the years, Thinkfun has strengthened its commitment to creating products that naturally inspire learning, spark creativity, and build problem solving through play. Thinkfun continues to push into new frontiers with mobile apps, online games, global education programs, and even brain research.