You would think that after 55 years, the Japanese would have exhausted all the ideas for toys involving the robotic cat from the future, Doraemon, and his human friend, elementary school student Nobita Nobi. But things don't work that way in Japan: when something is national hero-level popular (and Doraemon is certainly in that category), new ideas come up on a monthly basis, especially when it comes to toys. Toys like the Doraemon Ball Labyrinth, which like Doraemon himself isn't just about fun but also education, since to finish it the children need to combine the four steps of think, build, try, and fix, which are the basis for computer programming!
How does that happen? To make the balls in the Doraemon Ball Labyrinth from start to end, the 64 parts that make up the toy must be combined in certain ways. This seems easy but there are also five special switches shaped like Doraemon's gadgets (the Anywhere Door, Bamboo Copter, Time Tunnel, Mole Gloves, and Esper Hat) that can alter the route of the balls! Help your children hone their intelligence and prepare them for their future computer classes in the most fun way!
Specs and Features:
- Official Doraemon merchandise
- Bandai Koroga Switch series
- Secret gadget switch: 5 types, 1 each (Anywhere Door, Bamboo Copter, Time Tunnel, Mole Gloves, Esper Hat)
- Other parts: 64 (12 types)
- Balls: 4 (2 blue, 2 red)
- Stickers: 1
- For ages 3 and above
- Instructions/manual: Japanese