Jewel Thief: An active and socially distanced game made with #CircuitPlaygroundBluefruit
Many thanks to Bret for sharing Jewel Thief with us! Bret writes:
The First LEGO League team that I coach, the “Selfless Shellfish”, designed and implemented a game for their project this year using the CPB. We thought you might be interested, so we’re sending you a link to the
Instructable. The kids had a good time learning how to use the CPB and playing their game. Thanks for making such a great product, and for providing all the awesome examples on how to use it.
Here’s the teaser. 🙂
Jewel Thief: a original game inspired by “Museum” for 3-5 players. Fun, active and socially distanced, steal the jewels before time runs out! Promotes exercise!
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