The Perplexus has been a hit with children and adults alike since it was first released in 2013. Over the years, it has become one of the most popular non-electronic games of our time. Easy to pick-up, but difficult to master, the aim of the Perplexus maze is to guide a small steel ball bearing along a three-dimensional track to the finish line. Rotate and twist the plastic sphere containing the maze to guide your ball to safety.
The Perplexus has been joined over the years by variations of the same maze-in-a-plastic-ball theme and you can choose from different levels of difficulty.
The Perplexus starts at around $15 and variations can cost up to $30.
So far, MarbleRuns.net has reviewed 4 different Perplexus models: Original, Epic, Warp and Beginner.