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Mental Development Program Coming Soon... Suitable for Age 3 to 6



How is the professor going to find the treasure?

This enchanting mind game is exciting until the very last tile. Make roads with the 9 tiles of the puzzle, so that the correct icons are connected. But beware! Building roads can be more difficult than it looks, and how can you avoid the dragon that is right there in the middle of the crossing?

  • Booklet with 48 challenges
  • ages 5 - 99
  • easy storage compartment

How To Play


Basic Game Rules

1. Choose a challenge from the challenge booklet and keep it alongside the gameboard. Tip the picture tiles off the gameboard then flip them all face up. You are ready to begin.


2. Use all nine picture tiles to build a path connecting onlt the icons your challenge directs you to team up!


3. Don't forget: You must not create any dead-ends.

When you've used all nine tiles and made the right connections, you've cracked the challenge!

There are many solutions to each challenge if you are stuck, check the key to see some examples given on the flipside of each challenge page in your challenge booklet.


Go underground with the Mummy Mystery where a secret tunnel and a scary Ancient Egyptian mummy on its very own picture tile make this a hair-raising edition! Plus, the secret passage takes the game play to a whole new dimension: icons can use the secret passageway to move around the gameboard in ways totally unique to this GoGetter edition!

. As the secret tunnel is underground, you can only see each of the two entrances. Remember: when an icon enters the tunnel, it must come out at the other end.

. The mummy tile is a normal crossroads. Icons can travel past the mummy, unless, of course, this is forbidden by a crossed out arrow.