Fire up your app store and you’ll find plenty of knockoffs of the 70-plus-year-old labyrinth toy from Brio, a testament to the lasting appeal of the game that requires you to roll a marble through a maze. This low-tech version is still way more satisfying, and now the company has released a companion game designed for young kids. It eschews the open top and knobs of the original for an enclosed maze that you simple hold and tilt yourself. Feeling the heavy marble go through the hole at the end of the maze gives kids a sense of satisfaction that no phone vibration can replicate.
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