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BrainBox Marvin’s Magic

BrainBox Marvin’s Magic

£11.99

Amaze your friends with this great new collaboration between Green Board Games and Marvin’s Magic.

As well as 40 BrainBox cards about famous magicians and classic magical illusions, including the Indian Rope Trick, Human Cannonball and Bullet Catch, the pack also contains Optical Illusions cards and instructions for simple magic tricks that you can learn to perform.

What’s the magic word? BrainBox!

The object of the game is to study a card for 10 seconds and then answer a question based on the roll of a die. If the question is answered correctly, the card is kept, and the person with the most cards after 5 or 10 minutes is the winner.

Made from a minimum of 70% recycled material, the BrainBox range is fabulous fun.

Fun and easy way to learn about magic and magicians
Great cross-generational family game
Improves reading, observation, memory and recall abilities
Quick and easy to understand and learn; great for magic enthusiasts
Developed in collaboration with Marvin’s Magic and featuring tricks and illusions
Suitable for children aged 8+
Simple to play by yourself or with as many players as desired
Made from at least 70% recycled material and designed in the UK
Can be played for 10 minutes or can play through the entire deck



Contents: 40 BrainBox cards, 17 Tricks and Illusion cards, 1 rules card, 1 sand timer, 1 die

Age: 8

Number of players: 1

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