Winning Moves was founded in 1995 and is a leading maker of board games, card games, and puzzles. Winning Moves has formed a relationship with one of the largest game makers, Hasbro, Inc., owner of Parker Brothers and Milton Bradley. Winning Moves is always looking for new games and toys to add to their line of products and these new products do not disappoint.
The Rubik’s Cube is a classic, it has been around since I was a kid and is still going strong today. Winning Moves offers Rubik’s Cubes up to 5×5 in size and then we have this little guy, the Rubik’s Keyring. Featuring a 3×3 pattern this Rubik’s is not only cool, but it is fully functional so now you have a Rubik’s everywhere you go.
Brynk is a new game from Winning Moves that is a battling balance game. All of the pieces are packaged in a plastic container that is easy to store and also serves as a base for the game and the lid is flipped over and used as the teeter-tottering platform.
Players start by adding one of three different shaped pieces to the balance platform and one at a time players keep adding a piece. If your piece falls off you are out of the game and play continues. If you make the entire structure fall down the winner is the last player that successfully placed a game piece. This game is great for hours of fun because each game is different from the previous one. The more you play the more you start to develop a strategy of placing pieces to keep balance.
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