Fun strategy games for 8-year-olds abound at MindWare
Fun strategy games for eight-year-olds will engage them for hours as they build their problem-solving skills, logical reasoning and strategic thinking abilities. Of course strategy games can be fun for the whole family, creating opportunities for friendly competition, imaginative play and bond-building family time. Don't miss our exclusive Leaps and Ledges game that gets the whole family competing in 3D! Learn to play chess the easy way with No Stress Chess. Our best-selling Qwirkle, a combination of Scrabble and Dominoes, requires tactical thinking and strategy. It's easy to learn and addictive for both kids and adults.
MindWare's fun strategy games for 8-year-olds cover all skill levels and provide opportunities for your family grow their gaming skills and strategic talents over time. Bing Bang Bounce uses a ball launcher and target obstacle course to teach kids about trajectories, angle, force and momentum. Gobblet plays like Tic-Tac-Toe but adds elements of strategy and memory to enhance the game. Easy to learn, fast-moving and addictive, Gobblet will challenge the whole family to hours of fun. ColorStix is a hands-on game of speed and visual thinking. How can you arrange your sticks to get the most points...before the time runs out!
Four-player Mancala lets everyone compete in this card-free game of strategy, counting and chance. If you've never played, this is one game you'll want your family to try! Looking for an active strategy game? Give the kids Chrono Bomb and watch the action unfold. Kids use clamps and strings to create a simulated lazer maze. But don't touch the strings or the bomb you're trying to diffuse starts counting down faster. With unlimited options for creating mazes this fun strategy game will provide hours and hours of active fun and challenge the player's strategic thinking.
Kids love computers and to strengthen that connection you can get them thinking in Code. Code Master is a board game that teaches essential programming concepts while strengthening reasoning and problem solving skills. The kid's Avatar will travel through an exotic world using programming logic to navigate the way to power crystals.