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Wholesale Price: (Log in to view)Minimum Order: (Log in to view)Minimum Reorder: (Log in to view)Ships From: (Log in to view)Terms: (Log in to view) MSRP: $44.90Age Range: 5 and upTarget Age Range: 9 to 12Specialty: Yes (as of 2010)Made in: China, United StatesSKU or Item #: RDZ10Launch Date: September 2010Gender: Boys And Girls
The ZBall is a special marble very easy to control and that can stop in inclines. Players have to flick their way through the obstacles as fast as possible to win the race, and they can jump over their opponent’s car to pass them. No batteries are required, and hundreds of tracks can be designed for over 13' of fun. Kids can also use the track and cars separately to play by themselves. "This is the only race track on the market that can be played on with the whole family and doesn't need electricity!" Cedric Arnould, vice president of CEPIA Games, told TDmonthly.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29429 (added 7/9/2010)
MSRP: $39.90Age Range: 5 and upLaunch Date: November 2009Gender: Boys And Girls
Players must compete on a crazy track in order to win a bicycle race. No cards or electrical devices are involved. The whole concept is in the ZBall, a new kind of marble that Cepia Games designed internally. This marble is designed to be very easy to control and has surprising effects when flicked. The goal of the game is to flick through the obstacles to the finish line as fast as possible. "BISIKLE reinvents the marble and will be the new classic in race games. It develops mobility and concentration skills, teaches players to evaluate risk, and reveals the competitive side in each of us! All of that in one box ready to use, no batteries are required. Extensions are available to increase the fun!" Cedric Arnould, VP, CEPIA Games, told TDmonthly. Launch date: November 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 26453 (added 12/16/2009)