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The Rubik’s Slide – An Electronic Version Of The Classic Game

I received the Rubik’s Slide to test out and do a product review.

The Rubik’s Slide is intended for children 8 and up. It is an electronic version of the original Rubik’s cube. The object of each puzzle is to rearrange the pattern of lights until they match the solution for that puzzle.

I tested it out first without reading the instructions. I quickly realized instructions were a must. I read them and tried again. I still couldn’t get the hang of it. I read the instructions again. I was able to win a few times in a row, but I didn’t really know why I was even winning.

I then had my husband test it out and he too read the instructions twice. He also felt the game was complicated.

Today my almost 8 year old nephew was over and I had him play with the game. I explained to him what the buttons meant. He won 3 times in a row and really enjoyed the game. He said it was hard not easy at all. He liked the fact that it made noises and would light up. He thought it was a cool game that could be played in the dark. My 3 year old nephew then needed to test it out since the big brother did. We didn’t get very far. My sister in law played with it for a bit and she said on a scale of 1-10 she gave it a zero and thought it was a horrible game. She felt it was too complicated and not easy to maneuver.

For more information visit www.rubikslide.com

KaBoom! Build Day

September 13, 2009
The Scoop on KaBoom! Build Day at the Princeton YMCA/YWCA

As you walk through the hallways of the Princeton Family YMCA and the YWCA Princeton, pictures line the walls of a child’s dream playground. The children of the Princeton YM/YWCA had the opportunity to design and draw their dream playground, a playground that will soon become a reality to the joint facility.

The Princeton Family YMCA and YWCA Princeton along with KaBOOM!, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing communities together by building playgrounds, will be holding their KaBOOM! Build Day on September 26th on the field of the joint facility located at 59 Paul Robeson Place in Princeton.

What child wouldn’t want to watch a playground be built? This is your chance to get your family together and come see a playground be built from the ground up. Many local vendors have teamed up to donate food and drinks throughout the day. Come out and support the YMCA and YWCA and meet some local merchants.

A Community Play Date will be planned for the site in the near future, but a date has not yet been set. The playground will be open not only to YM/YWCA members, but the entire community.

KaBOOM! has worked with numerous organizations throughout the country to provide playgrounds in the community. For more information on building a playground in your area or where to find a KaBOOM! Playground visit http://www.kaboom.org.

For more information on the Princeton Family YMCA visit http://www.princetonymca.org.
For more information about the YWCA Princeton, visit www.ywcaprinceton.org.

Written for Princeton Scoop (www.princetonscoop.com) by Katie DeVito.