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Smart Cookies Game Review #foxmind

by Heather

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I’ve said before that the hubby is the smartest person I know. And I’ve also said before that I love it when our 5 year old shows him up. And I also really love educational games that confuse the hubby and give my daughter the chance to learn without realizing she is doing something educational.

And so I absolutely love Smart Cookies.

Smart Cookies is an interesting but fun logic game. Kind of like Sudoku but with cookies instead of numbers! Now don’t worry, they aren’t real cookies. Those would get eaten or broken up real quick. But on the other hand, since they aren’t real cookies, you don’t want little kids to eat them, and they will, so make sure your kids are old enough.

So how do you play? Pretty easily. You have nine different cookies, various colors and shapes. You have a game board (duh). And you have a book. The book consists of various puzzles you have to solve by placing the cookies. It gives you clues and you have to deduce the location of where to place the remaining cookies on the board. Sounds Simple Right?

Hahaha. Not so simple as it seems at first. Well, actually at first it is as simple as it seems. The puzzles get gradually harder but start out pretty easy at first. Now as I said, the hubby is terrible at Sudoku, so since this is like Sudoku he’s terrible at it. My daughter? Well after she got over gushing about the “cute little cookies” and went in and “made” a batch like in Kids Baking Championship she came back in and thoroughly spanked the hubby. “Daddy, that purple one doesn’t go there!!!” Yeah, I was cracking up.

Winning!

ABOUT SMART COOKIES

The Smart Cookies at FoxMind Have Baked Up a Delicious New Game

Smart Cookies is a delicious new one-person, brain boosting game. Individual players, ages 6 and up, enjoy the Smart Cookies’ logic clue recipes to try to place nine cookies on the playing tray. As players progress through the gradually evolving levels of deduction, they develop and strengthen their reasoning skills and verbal expression.

David Capon, President of FoxMind, explained, “Smart Cookies challenges players to use intuitively their reasoning skills  to solve the puzzles while having fun. The skills that young minds develop as they play Smart Cookies are helpful in learning most subjects. The puzzles use visual clues in an appealing cookie design that guide players to advance at their own pace.”

Smart Cookies ($24.95) was recently named one of the 10 Best Educational Games by Dr. Toy.

 PURCHASE SMART COOKIES

 

Disclosure: Free product was received to facilitate this review in conjunction with Tomoson.com. Regardless, all opinions expressed are still 100% my own. Please note that this post may contain an affiliate link.

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denise low March 6, 2015 - 5:33 pm

This looks like a fun game. Thanks for the review. I was thinking of getting this game for my granddaughters.

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lindamanns March 6, 2015 - 7:31 pm

This sounds like a fun game for the family. I love games that make kids think and they learn something new. Thank you so much for sharing

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Dianna Davis March 6, 2015 - 11:38 pm

How fun!! I love it when playing a game and the little ones do better than the adults.I love it is educational

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nicking36nicking35 March 9, 2015 - 7:30 am

Sounds like a fun game for the whole family.

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lisa March 21, 2015 - 5:57 pm

Suduko drove me crazy. At first, I thought, I’m not good at math, forget it. Then I realized it’s a process of elimination. Changing the way I thought about it made it a cinch.Kids sure can knock us down a peg! The things that the little ones know about technology blows me away! I can’t even cut and paste. I only use a computer for this, contests.

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