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Tipover Game

4.6 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

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  • Crate tripping logic game
  • 40 challenges from beginner to expert
  • Tip your way to the red crate and you win
  • A game for any problem solver at any level
  • Fun, healthy brain play

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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight413 g
Product Dimensions20.3 x 22.6 x 6.4 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:8 years and up
Item model number7070
Main Language(s)Polish published, English
Number of Puzzle Pieces1
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
Remote Control Included?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB00073JTR0
Best Sellers Rank 111,653 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight422 g
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Date First Available1 Jan. 2004
  
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This product is subject to specific safety warnings
  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months
  • Warning: Toy inside. Adult supervision recommended

Product Description

Product Description

Tipover is a unique and innovative crate-tipping game and is challenging and fun for kids of all ages. Tip your way to the red crate and you win. Select a challenge card and place the crates solid side down on the game grid and place the Tipper Man on the crate marked by the Tipper Man symbol. Tip the crates along the grid lines to create a path for the Man to travel to the red crate. The Tipper Man can only travel by climbing or walking from one adjacent crate to another. Be careful: A wrong tip can strand the Tipper Man or box him into a corner. When the Tipper Man reaches the red crate, You win.

The game contains 40 challenge cards ranging from beginner to expert--only you control your fate by tipping over the right crate. If you get stuck, flip the challenge card over and look at the first move in the solution sequence. This will give you a place to start as you solve the challenge. This game will delight problem solvers at any skill level. This game makes an ideal travel game as it comes complete with a Game Go Bag so you can play anywhere, anytime. Tipover can be enjoyed by single players and suitable for 8 years and up.

Box Contains

  • 40 x challenges & solution
  • Instructions
  • 10 yellow crates
  • 4 x green crates
  • 2 x blue crates
  • 1 x red crate
  • 1 x tipper man
  • 1 x game grid
  • Game Go bag

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    By A Customer on 27 Nov. 2005
    This toy comes from the makers of the multiple award winning 'Rush Hour' puzzle game and it's equally as enjoyable. The difference with this one is your man stands atop a pile of crates and he has to topple the crates over in a direction and an order so that he can reach the object crate. As you would think, there's only one solution to each set puzzle.
    The puzzles (1 to 40) get progressively difficult and the complete pack should take several hours to complete. The game is also attractively and sturdily made.
    A highly recommended puzzle game.
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    You think you know the solution and then it doesn't work . . .you then spend the next 5 minutes trying to convince your nephews to let you have another go!

    If you like Rush Hour, then you will also love this one . . . .similar concept, requiring problem solving skills and patience, and great fun.

    Buy this for anyone who enjoys a challenge. You can play it anywhere, anytime and everyone from 7 years up will enjoy it.
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    As a fan of Rush Hour, I thought this looked ideal for my 7-year old. She loves it, but not as much as I do! Very addictive indeed. I am working through the levels after she goes to bed and it is taxing my brain nicely, very good for the development of logic and 3D modelling/visualisation in children.

    The pieces are all well made, extremely durable. The game plays well, has about three rules (nice), and challenges all ages. A great bag means that the box can be ditched and the pieces stay secure and tidy.

    I am becoming a very big fan of these ThinkFun toys from Ravensburger due to their educational angles.
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    Bought as a gift for my 9 year old son, it kept him, his 11 year old brother and 6 year old sister happily entertained while we were waiting a long while for a meal at a pub just before Christmas! It is well thought-out, the cards come in sections of different difficulty levels and it all stores in a drawstring bag so you can easily transport it with or without the box. It's a fun puzzle game for one or more people and, as usual, good quality from ThinkFun.
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    Bought this as a christmas present to entertain my brother christmas day. He is a bit of a whizz at these things and can do the most difficult Rush Hour (made by the same people) problems in seconds. This kept him entertained for quite a number of hours and admitted it was a challenge at the end.

    I would highly recommend for anyone who likes solving a puzzle. It has four different levels of difficulty and the answers to help you out if you get stuck. It makes you think and was a good conversation peice as we all wanted to have a go.
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    BRILLIANT LITTLE GAME TO EXCERCISE THE MINDS OF CHILDREN AND ADULTS ALIKE.
    I AGREE WITH OTHER REVIEWERS THAT PEOPLE COULD MISS THE POINT OF THE GAME - COULD HAVE BEEN DESCRIBED A BIT BETTER BUT ONCE YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING IT'S GREAT FUN AND REALLY ABSORBING.
    MY GRANDSON OF 5 COULD COMPLETE THE BEGINNER ONES WITH A LITTLE HELP.
    WOULD DEFINITELY RECOMMEND TO SOMEONE WITH YOUNG CHILDREN (5/6 UP)
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    One of the best thinking games I encountered in a long while. Great fun. You have to trip towers over to make a path for a little man to reach his goal point, this requires figuring out in which order to trip all the different length towers and move the figure.
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    good but not as great as some of the other ravensburger thinkfun games. compulsive all the same. once you start, you just have to complete all the challenges.
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