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Think Fun - Treasure Quest

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Price: £19.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £20. Details
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  • Finding the gold masks is just the beginning
  • dodge dead-ends cryptic paths
  • Forty challenge cards with solutions
  • four levels of play ranging from beginner to expert
  • Aztec temple game grid,
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Technical Details
Item Weight635 g
Product Dimensions23.8 x 27.6 x 6.4 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:8 - 3 years
Item model number3000
Number of Puzzle Pieces1
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 744,584 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight635 g
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Date First Available7 April 2008

Product Safety

This product is subject to specific safety warnings
  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

Product Description

Treasure Quest Escape with the treasure safely in hand, or risk becoming trapped in the temple. Players will dodge dead-ends, cryptic paths, and unmovable artifacts.

Suitable for ages 8 years +

Safety Information:
Warning. Not suitable for Children under 3 years.

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By FAMOUS NAME VINE VOICE on 25 Jun. 2008
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This game is made of high quality components, but the let down is the way the game base (playing area) has been made. Having used such high quality materials in the general making of this item, I cannot for the life of me think why they would go and spoil it by not moulding 'grooves' or 'tracks' into the game base so that the sliding of the puzzle character and obstacle pieces could be more secure. As it is, one is constantly frustrated and irritated by the continual misplacement of the obstacles (becoming dislodged from their places that often results in having to start the puzzle all over again because one cannot recall where they were) They slip and slide from where they should be almost all of the time... Admittedly, they do claim in the instruction sheet that this is also 'part' of the game, but I can't help but wonder whether this was in fact just some form of convenient excuse in order to evade the real flaw in the making of this game...

My second complaint is that when I bought this, I was under the impression that it was a new kind of game that I had not played before, but having received it and upon opening, there was a distinct experience of 'deja vu' as I saw the resemblance to the game that's been around for some years called 'Rush Hour' - the player's challenge being to manoeuvre plastic vehicles out of a traffic jam in order to get out of the playing field. This is exactly the same game concept, but with merely a different theme, and given the price I paid for this, I'm not best-pleased...

Finally, on each puzzle card, the solution is given on the reverse for those who get stuck. Now, I'm not one for using solutions to anything myself - even if I can't solve it - for obvious reasons; the puzzle is forever spoilt.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) 4 reviews
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Another great offering from Think Fun. 28 May 2008
By Learning All The Time - Published on
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We have over a dozen Think Fun games. So why do I keep buying more? Are they really that different? Are they really that fun? Well, yes, actually. The games are tossed in a basket and my kids play at least one of them almost every day, particularly my youngest child. They are portable and I always have a couple tossed into a wait bag if we have Drs. appointments or something. And they are kid magnets, whenever my kids pull one out to play, kids crowd around to see what is going on. They are visually appealing thinking games. This game has shiny gold pieces that my son loved (the picture above is washed out).

Anyway, this game is similar to rush hour, in that you are trying to move gold off of the grid. There can be more than one gold piece on the grid, and there are beige arrows that can only move in one direction, and green pyramids that don't move at all. The big difference is that your hero must push the pieces himself, so he has to be careful not to push pieces into spaces where they get blocked in by walls or pyramids.

Quite fun, and a great addition to a ThinkFun collection.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great Puzzle Game 1 Feb. 2009
By R. Spyker - Published on
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This is a very fun one-person puzzle game. My daughter and I have enjoyed competing to see who can find the solutions first. There are 40 puzzles that come with the game, and you can download more from the web. We have been working our way through from beginner to advanced. The beginner games are very easy - basically teaching you strategies, but the higher numbered puzzles are very challenging, even for adults. The advanced games are tough even after you have gone through the solution. It is even fun trying to remember the solution - it is not easy even then. Some of the solutions are 240 steps long.

The pieces of this game are very nicely done and durable. It comes with a nice carrying bag. I would highly recommend this game - lots of fun if you like puzzles. It will take you a long time to get through all of them.
Five Stars 11 Feb. 2015
By Huong C. - Published on
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Good game, shipping ontime
1 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Treasure Quest 14 Dec. 2008
By Carol A. Wickert - Published on
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I bought Treasure Quest for my grandson's 13th birthday. He mastered it very quickly. The idea is great but it's clearly for younger children.
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