Double-sided spinning top maze challenge.
Syclone puts a new spin on mazes by throwing a top into the mix.
The single-player game has you spinning a top and navigating a maze etched in acrylic plastic by tilting the game board. Follow the path, avoid pitfalls, climb ramps, and jump obstacles, all while you race against time to make it to the finish point before the top winds down.
Once you’ve mastered the puzzle, slide the maze platform out of the wooden holder and flip it over for an even more difficult map that will challenge even the most expert maze runners!
Features & specs
- Double-sided maze board
- Materials: wood and acrylic
- Top dimensions: 2 7/8” diameter x 5 1/2” length (7.3 cm x 14 cm)
- Game board dimensions: 3 5/8” x 10 3/4” x 7/16” (9.2 cm x 27.3 cm x 1.1 cm)
- Includes maze board, top, and drawstring bag
Spin Your Way to Victory
With Syclone, you must step up to the challenge of spinning your top from start to finish. For a discerning eye, seeing the path isn’t too difficult. It’s traversing it that takes skill. Along the way, you’ll have to navigate around barriers, climb ramps, and avoid pitfalls—all while keeping your top from toppling over. And the only way to control the top is to tilt the game board.
Double-up on Fun
If Syclone consisted only of the Stratus game board, it would be a worthy and fun challenge.
But the game designers went ahead and doubled your enjoyment by including a second maze. Slide out the acrylic board, flip it over, and slip it back into the wooden holder, and now you’re looking at Seismic, an even bigger challenge. With taller walls, closer turns, more elevation changes, and the introduction of near-impossible jumps, you’ll need some real skill to conquer Seismic Syclone.
Jon and Joey's first look at Syclone
In the inaugural episode of Peep This, Jon and Joey explore the dexterity-challenging Syclone. Enjoy!
The complete package
Syclone includes everything you need to enjoy the game including a wooden holder, a removable double-sided acrylic maze board, an acrylic and wooden top, and a drawstring carrying bag.
Question: How many levels does it have?
Answer: The Syclone has a single game board with two sides for a total of two different levels. Once you’ve managed to actually complete both levels, which is a feat in itself, race yourself to see how fast you can beat it.
Question: Which level is harder?
Answer: While they both require skill, the Seismic (red) level is significantly more difficult than the Stratus (blue) level.
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