River Crossing Puzzle Gameby Freddy S. Zalta
When I first saw the Peg Solitaire Jumping game I didn't think much of it.
But when my kids and I began to play with it together I realized how much fun and challenging it really is. The game got the whole lot of us thinking and competing, all while having loads of fun.
It says on the box that it's for ages 8 and up, but my 12 year old played and he felt plenty challenged by the game. I too played with it and had a great time.
Far and away the best part of the game is after struggling with a particular puzzle, perhaps even needing to walk away from the game altogether (sometimes out of frustration), you come back to the thing and attack the challenge from a different angle.
Then, after all that struggle, the satisfaction you get from finally figuring it all out is tremendous.
This game is a great toy to take on the plane, on long car rides or to simply play with at home.