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In this twist on the classic Peg Solitaire game, you leap one frog over another, removing frogs until only one frog remains. You set up the Hoppers board according to a challenge card, and then use your thinking skills to find the right sequence to remove all but one frog. With its whimsical design and easy storage, Hoppers will keep children and adults endlessly entertained on long road trips or rainy days!
Hoppers offers cute little challenge cards in four levels, easy, medium, hard, and super hard. My husband, a longtime peg solitaire fan, has mastered every level. I, on the other hand, have not! My four year old loves the idea of the game but doesn't really get the concept yet. Although, the design is perfect for an imaginative little mind. My daughter loves to just play with the frogs and hop them all over the place. They really are so cute, aren't they?
The quality of this product is great and the storage is perfect! It's so convenient to pack up neatly when you're done playing and easy to transport if you're taking it on the road. You just pull out the drawer underneath the lily pond and you have little pegs on which to store the frogs and a spot to fit the cards.
You can find Hoppers on the ThinkFun website or on Amazon. It comes with the game grid with storage, 40 challenge cards, and 12 adorable froggies! If you love peg solitaire, I know you'll love this. And if you've never played before, you should! It's good exercise for the brain and a whole lot of fun.
I was provided with free product from ThinkFun through Tomoson.com to facilitate this review. I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. All opinions expressed are my own.