SmartGames unveils new multi-level logic game, Atlantis Escape

The multi-level logic game specialist, SmartGames has unveiled its latest single-player puzzle challenge game, Atlantis Escape, a title it believes ‘will be making a splash this A/W.’

Challenging children aged eight and upwards, the aim of Atlantis Escape is to escape the city before it disappears underwater. Using their cognitive skills, gamers will need to figure out how to get out as quickly as they can.

Players can navigate up and down staircases to find the shortest path, go through tunnels, or up to the high tower to view the harbour, ensuring the boat to safety is waiting.

With 60 3D-challenges to complete, Atlantis Escape is designed to engage children’s minds with a game that stimulates a range of cognitive skills, including concentration, flexible thinking, planning, problem solving and spatial insight.

Brand director for Smart Toys and Games, Karen Clarke, commented: “We are thrilled to be launching Atlantis Escape into our already popular range of multi-level logic games. It brings another theme to the collection, keeping it interesting for avid gamers.

“The best part is that you can also play this game whilst travelling, as it folds into a compact case, easy to keep children occupied on the go.”

All SmartGames products are made to deliver new game mechanics with themes that appeal to both boys and girls. They come in travel, compact and tabletop editions in plastic or a premium wood range.

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