Monday, January 5, 2015

Last Mouse Lost Review

MarksvilleandMe reviews Last Mouse Lost 

Our family loves to play new games and the Last Mouse Lost was no different except maybe only 2 people can play at a time. Our family loves to play new games and the Last Mouse Lost was no different except maybe only 2 people can play at a time. This is recommended for ages 5 and above. Last Mouse Lost takes 10 or less minutes to play. 
I like that it is light, small, no pieces to lose, and very fun and easy to play. The object is that the last person who punches a mouse down will be the loser. My girls also love to just push all of the mice down and reverse the play piece and start gain, kind of like a stress reliever. 

Last Mouse Lost is the perfect quite game for a car ride. There are no small pieces and if it falls or flies through the air it shouldn't hurt anyone or anything. It is small so it doesn't take up much room. The board is made out of a Silicone type materiel and flips over once your game is done to start again.
What FoxMind has to say about their product

Building a Better Trap
FoxMind's Last Mouse Lost Game is Easy, Affordable, Addictive Fun
Make sure that you're not lost without FoxMind's new game, Last Mouse Lost.
The quick, easy, and smart game without any loose parts and unique design, is an affordable, perfect stocking stuffer, executive desk gift, waiting room game, and coffee table conversation piece.  It's technically a quick thinking reasoning, math strategy game that can have planned moves, but with every turn, the trap can be set and your next move might be the last mouse - and you lost. The new Last Mouse Lost game (MSRP $7.99) is a self-contained two-player game that is perfect for passing the time while traveling or used simply for stress relief because it is quite relaxing to squish the mice . The circular rubberized board has rows of puffed up bubble-like mounds with pictures of mice on each one. Players take turns pressing down any number of mice in a single row trying to avoid being the player to press down the last mouse. As soon as the game is over, just flip it over and it's ready to go again.
It's even dishwasher safe.
Last Mouse Lost joins FoxMind’s full assortment of games among which you will find the 2013 Mensa Select Award-winning Kulami, its top selling line of spatial logic games, party game, Majority Rules, and children's brain boosting games such as, Smart Cookies, MetaForms and ZooLogic.

About FoxMind Games: 
Appropriately named, FoxMind, publishes and distributes a cunningly sly array of original games that provide fun and entertainment while underlying beneficial mind-sharpening skills for all participants.  Founded in 2000, FoxMind, based in Montreal, Quebec, the company philosophy is to offer educational games, logic puzzles, spatial visualization, strategy and party games for the whole family. With numerous international prizes already on its mantle, FoxMind sells its product line worldwide and is a documented favorite brand of parents, teachers and fans everywhere. Recently, the company ventured into the dynamic arena of electronic games, with its first offerings for the iPhone and the iPad already available. Additional information is available at and through its social media outlets on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

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