Geoni: Genius Games for Passover
The Israeli games manufacturer "Geoni" (in Hebrew "Genius") that specializes educational games for children, has launched a variety of new games for Passover. The games are designed to provide children with many hours of fun while developing their thinking skills, social skills and motor coordination. The games are available at Tzomet Sefarim, Steimatzky, in chains and toy stores.
All the games come with English instructions inside.
Yael Nur Berkovitz, CEO wishes you a Happy Passover!
Above: With Yael
A funny, competitive game that requires quick thinking, concentration, visual abilities and agility. The object of the game is to be the first player to put together a funny face that is painted on various sides of separate cubes.
Each player receives a set of 3 cubes with pictures of partial funny faces painted on their sides. At each turn, there is a challenge card and all players have to create the same face using their cubes.
The first one who manages to create the cube character wins the round and receives the challenge card.
The first player to accumulate 10 cards wins.
The game contains 12 cubes (4 sets of cubes) and 50 challenge cards.
Suitable for 2 to 4 participants.
Suitable for children aged 6 years and up.
Price: 79.90 NIS.
This game is a contest for preparation of a sushi order!
This fun game is suitable for the whole family and encourages cooperation, teamwork and development of concentration.
The game can be played by 4 to 6 players that are divided into 2 competing teams, with the goal of quickly preparing a sushi tower as presented on challenge cards.
Two challenging game options are offered:
Chopsticks - Each team must work together to make a sushi tower by using only the index finger.
Blindfolded - One of the players in each group is blindfolded and must be able to arrange a correct sushi tower, according to the instructions that the other team members provide.
The Sushi Tower contains, among others, a sauce bottle, a sushi mat and other wooden sushi parts. The first team to win six cards wins the game the title of Sushi Master.
Suitable for ages 7 and up.
Price: 119 NIS.
DOG RUSH or SHACHRER T'AKELEV
A fun game that develops thinking, concentration and visual abilities. The game is based on a cute story. The game participants are walking in the park with their dogs, when suddenly the dogs spot a rabbit and begin to chase it. All the dog tracks get tangled together. Who will be able to untangle them?
The game contains 6 leashes with a wooden dog on one side and a wooden bead on the other and 19 bones.
The bones are placed in a pile. Each player in turn picks up the six leashes with one hand, chooses a dog color and says it out loud and drops the leashes onto the table. The object of the game is to identify the dog in the declared color first and quickly pull the bead attached to the leash without touching the other leashes. Whoever succeeds wins a bone. A player who is wrong has to return a bone to the pile. If the player does not have any bones, he/she does not lose anything and the game continues. The game ends once a player has accumulated 4 tasty bones for his dog.
The game is suitable for children from the age of 4.
Price: 49.90 NIS.
In addition to the high-quality board games, Geoni has magnetic learning games. The games promote original thinking and strategy and develop understanding, differentiation and memory. The games are developed by professionals including an occupational therapist, a language editor and a speech therapist, in order to create interesting games that combine pleasure and interest for the child and the entire family.
The games meet Israeli standards, made of durable, rigid and non-toxic materials, and are recommended by occupational therapists and speech therapists.
Photography: Game PR photos were taken by Ophir Weiss
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