Gravity? What Gravity?
Seeing something your mind tells you is impossible is always an inspiring experience. This specially designed disk seems to just spin faster and faster rather than slowing down like a well-behaved object should.
When you're very young, all you need to entertain yourself and your friends is a ball and a stick. As one gets older, the games that interest you gradually get more complicated, though the spirit of friendly competition remains pretty much the same.
Whether you're looking for a fun activity that can involve the whole family or a craft project for someone alone, try to remember that they really don't need a phone to have fun. There are plenty of offline activities that can give someone pleasure, and many of the gifts here are a lot more rewarding than pushing buttons.
Everything you know about Monopoly has been reimagined through the lens of the Star Wars universe. This game features some absolutely lovely box art. The aim of the game is still to make all the money, but now it’s Galactic Credits.
Many people are turning towards the past. This is true of gamers, too. This little gadget is shaped like the arcade machines that ate so many of our childhood quarters and, at about six inches high, is small enough to sit in your hand.
Rockhounding, as it’s called, may seem like an unusual pastime, but rocks look really pretty and teach you a lot about science. This entry-level rock tumbler is a fun little machine that kids, crafters, science teachers, and fledgling geologists will all love.
Those good at math are almost certainly going to enjoy COGZ. The Steampunk aesthetic will find it to be a thing of beauty. Things get very hard very quickly with this game, but it also depends on how smart and experienced the opponents are.