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Families can finally end the struggle between screen time and family time thanks to the new Beasts of Balance game. This game involves building an actual tower of animals, elements, actions, or miracle pieces. Each piece adds a new evolution to the digital world within the game app available on the Apple App Store, Amazon Apps, and Google Play. Compare the new discovery aspect to that of popular games like Pokemon Go and the fear of collapse to the classic stacking game of Jenga. Beasts of Balance is truly a unique combination game for the entire family with something for everyone.
No two games are alike thanks to the hundreds of potential beasts to discover and the vast world that is created as you stack it. Using 24 unique, physical pieces to stack the tower, the app allows the players to choose what type of piece they are playing. Each game piece is a beautiful, colorful design and molded into stunning, modern shapes . Players must work together to build and maintain their world both digitally and physically. Stack your tower too high or mistakenly place a piece and everything falls which translates to a volcanic eruption that destroys your world. The thrill makes players want to play again and again to see if they can beat their previous scores and make their tower higher.
It’s the perfect game for family game night because it can’t get stale. With 1-5 players ages seven and up, it’s a genius way to work on spatial reasoning and collaboration skills. All you need to get started is to put batteries into the physical game and download the app. Get ready to get addicted to building your towers and your worlds with Beasts of Balance. No wonder this game was the winner of a Parents’ Choice Gold Award!