Telekinetic Mindflex Duel Game

Based on Mindflex, the original mental acuity game, Mindflex Duel lets two players engage in battles of intense “mind-eye” concentration. This amazing game comes with two lightweight headsets, which allow players to levitate the foam ball and move it across the game platform–all with their minds. Alternate between states of concentration and relaxation to control the sphere and master the five interactive challenges. Recommended for ages eight and up, the games offer solo, head-to-head, and co-op modes for hours of telekinetic fun. Order on Amazon.

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