It’s no secret that our family loves a good single-player logic game. When I heard that ThinkFun was re-releasing some of their classic single-player games, I just had to check them out!
Today, I’m going to tell you about Lunar Landing. As you can see from my littlest guy’s face in the photo below, it was an instant hit!
*Disclosure: I received Lunar Landing at no cost in exchange for a review. I was not required to write a positive review and, as always, all thoughts and opinions are my own. I only share resources that I would use with my own family and those that I believe other families will enjoy.
Lunar Landing is a stellar puzzle for the logic lovers in your life!
Lunar Landing is one of ThinkFun’s greatest logic games of all time. The object of the game is to use your “help-bots” to find a way back to the ship’s emergency portal… or you will be lost in space forevermore! This particular game offers an exciting challenge that even the adults can appreciate.
Lunar Landing has been a huge hit with my children! In fact, my husband has been playing it just as much as the kids!
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Now, it’s your turn. Tell me: What is your family’s favorite game right now? Share here.
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