You may think hand-eye coordination only matters for surgeons, bomb technicians and guys holed up in basements ever-so-carefully painting thousands of tiny Revolutionary War soldiers.
But it also comes in handy for everyday things like brushing your teeth and inserting your contact lenses. Plus, good coordination may also be linked to good reading skills. You can give your hand-eye coordination a boost with Suspend.
This four-player hanging balance game comes with 24 notched, rubber- tipped wire pieces and your job is to add all your pieces to the hanging structure without making it fall.
The IdeaPlayers take turns placing pieces without making the structure fall
The BrainsHand-eye coordination games help boost skills for every day activities & balance.
The A-HaThe color you roll tells you what length of piece you must place next
Brain Health Expert Says
The Brain Coach Says
Suspend your disbelief; this game really is that fun.
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Great Family Game
How To Play
How to Play: After the rods and frame hook rod are assembled and set up on a level surface, pieces are distributed by color. Players take turns hanging their pieces and trying to keep them balanced. To make these precarious moves even trickier, you can only use one hand while placing a piece. If you cause any pieces to fall, you must add them to your pile. How To Win: Beginner & Intermediate Levels - Be the first player to use all of your pieces without knocking the structure over. At the Expert Level - pieces are assigned a point value and points are tallied for each round. The player with the most points wins the game.