Bring a smile to your man’s face when you tack up his “Honey- Do” list with Link’s 8-bit sword from the original Legend of Zelda game. Need to smile when thinking of grocery shopping? Build a grow ‘shroom from the classic Mario game to hold up your list. Also, since these cubes stick to each other, not just the fridge, take the ‘shroom with you to hold your list while shopping.
Teenagers will love building 3D models to decorate their desk or 2D models for fridge ornaments. Use the 3D models as table centerpieces for game themed birthday parties. They are great conversation starters. You could even use them to start up a new game, “Guess Which 8-bit Game?” Build a model and let the fun begin!
Teachers or parents can think “out of the box” and use these delightful cubes for educational purposes. Teach children about counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, or volume in an inventive way with magnetic cubes. Just make sure the students are six years old or more. The bright cubes are fun, but also small. They present a choking hazard for children less than 3 years of age.
Magnetic Pixel Cubes can be used more than 64 ways. However, if you ever find yourself wanting more ways and things to build, you can buy more sets for more fun! With more sets you can build full scenes from classic 8-bit games or leave messages on the fridge.