Jun 04, 2011

 mzube has 2 new Great Items now in stock for June and just in time for fathers day!

 This is a mzube must have gift you will be absolutely amazed how reel this Butterfly looks.
*Japanese Toy gadget of the year *  * Incredible life like movements *

My Butterfly, The amazingly realistic butterfly in a jar! Sure to bring a smile to both the young and old this novel product makes a great christmas gift.

Ever dreamed of keeping a butterfly in a Traditional glass jar forever? Now you can! Just tapping the lid makes the “butterfly” fly around in a surprisingly lifelike way. Powered by three AAA batteries(included), the “My Butterfly” product is a unique feat of micro-electronics. My Butterfly is available in 4 colours and fun for the whole family.
Get yours today!

 Watch My Butterfly fly, flap and flutter! Amazing realistic animation activating 90 seconds of random life-like movement of a butterfly.

Gently tap the glass jar once for instant action. Try-me button activation also included. No need to turn off - batteries last in standby mode for months, ready for a tap to awaken. Can be awakened by ambient noise.

Offers fun and educational facts about each butterfly species.

Available in 4 Species

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 Also new to mzube is the award winning Original Perplexus

the perplexus puzzle game

The Perplexus award winning original is a 3-D labyrinth game enclosed in a transparent plastic sphere. By twisting and turning the sphere 360 degrees players attempt to maneuver a small, steel ball through an intricate maze composed of narrow plastic tracks.

the perplexus great puzzle

There are obstacles of varying difficulty that must be navigated across in order to get the steel ball to the end (position 100). The experience offers hours of entertainment and fun as you work out the tricks that are needed to get between some of the more complicated positions.

Unlike traditional flat-surface mazes that are composed of one path, Perplexus houses various exhilarating tracks with 100 barriers and provides a three dimensional experience unlike any puzzle you have ever tried.

Players select which track they would like to attempt, and then must work with gravity and carefully shift, flip, and twist the sphere to guide the marble. Players can race each other or the clock. On top of being entertaining, Perplexus is also an educational toy, and assists in children's development. 

 

The Perplexus is a great toy for children to exercise their motor and dexterity skills, as well as improve their hand-eye coordination. Its small size makes it easily portable and also no batteries are required. Although the puzzle does have a minimum recommended age of six years old - we also guarantee that adults will love the puzzle and spend ages trying to discover the secret to getting from position 1 to position 100.


Addicted to the Ball


The Perplexus game is so fun and engaging that for some it has become an addiction. But this is in a good sense of the addiction. The game is

 extremely challenging and can develop your motor skills. It teaches you patience and persistence as well. The fun fact about the game is that kids and adults cannot really get frustrated when playing, because no matter what, they want to reach their goal – to solve the puzzle. Everybody likes mazes and this game is exactly what you are looking for. Ball addicted is actually something you would like your kid to be, because you know the sad alternative – the computer games. Those are already scientifically proven to be addictive and not in a good sense. First of all the hours spend in font of the computers screen will make your eyes strained and will certainly give you a headache. We have talked to many parents and they complain that sometimes their youngsters can stay in front of the screen for a whole day, skipping meals. The maze game can never give you strained eyes and a headache let alone make you skip meals. You can just lay it down and continue later. There are no zombies and gunshots in the maze, the game does not provoke aggression. The Perplexus is truly a fine game for your children and certainly a game they can play in the car, while you drive. The game will entertain them and keep your kids quiet.

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