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    Race to recreate patterns on the game cards using their set of 16 colorful cubes.

    Strengthens pattern recognition and recreation skills.

    All three rounds of play present unique reflex and fast-thinking challenges.

    Speed, spatial reasoning skills, a good memory and a little bit of luck are all you need to win the game of Q-Bitz. Players race to be the first to recreate patterns on the game cards using their set of 16 colorful cubes. Win the round to keep the card. The player with the most cards wins. Since each round offers a new type of visual challenge, Q-Bitz plays to the strengths of different types of players. Round one is all about speed. Round two rolls in some luck. And round three really puts the ol' gray matter to the test by asking players to be the first to recreate a pattern from memory.

    Brain Health Expert Says:

    "Pattern recognition and recreation skills are strengthened, giving the occipital lobe of your brain a much needed workout. "


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    How to Play:

    Each player gets their own board with 16 pattern cubes. Flip over a card and everyone races to recreate the pattern on the card. For variation, roll the cubes until you get the pieces you want. For an even tougher game, players take ten seconds to memorize the pattern, then turn the card over and try to recreate the pattern.  The official rules call for alternating between all three of these versions.

    How to Win:

    Decide how many rounds you are going to play. The player who wins each round keeps the card and whoever has the most cards at the end of the game is the winner. 


        Q-Bitz Rules .PDF


    Additional Information

    format skills game
    manufacturer recommended age
    warnings CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

    The Marbles BrainCoach says...

    Duplicating the patterns on the cards is so much fun, and there are so many cards! The quality of the pieces is great, the game is a fun challenge, and you can add a twist or two to keep the fun going even after you think you've mastered it.

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