If you’ve been following our site for any length of time, you already know that we love 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!
WaveBreaker did not disappoint, and I am certain it will be a summer staple over here!
WaveBreaker: Dive Into Fun with this Classic One-Player Game!
*Disclosure: I received WaveBreaker 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.
WaveBreaker: One of ThinkFun’s All-Star Classic Single Player Games
WaveBreaker was originally released as Stormy Seas back in 1997. With updated packaging and artwork, WaveBreaker is sure to become a family favorite.
To play WaveBreaker, arrange the ships on color-coded wave bars as depicted on your challenge card. Then, try to reach safety amid the towering waves!
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