Perplexus: The Biggest Time Waster Since the Internet

PlaSmart Inc. is thrilled to introduce PERPLEXUS – a 3-D labyrinth game with 100 barriers, twists, turns, and cliffhangers. PERPLEXUS may well be the biggest time waster since the invention of the Internet.

PERPLEXUS is enclosed in a transparent plastic sphere. It provides hours of fun and frustration as you twist and turn the sphere trying to maneuver a small, steel ball through an intricate labyrinth of narrow plastic tracks. Navigate obstacles of varying difficulty to reach the end.

Debuted at the 2009 Fall Toy Preview in Dallas, a number of major game buyers believe Perplexus will be the next big craze, rivaling previous brain teasers. We’ll take that as a compliment.

PERPLEXUS was invented by 3-D design teacher Michael McGinnis who began his project in the late 1970’s and originally named and marketed it as Superplexus. Through years of experimenting and design, it was developed into a finished product with the help of KID Group, a toy invention and licensing group.

PERPLEXUS is addictive…once you try it, you’ll be hooked! Good, clean, frustrating fun sure to entertain the entire family.

About PlaSmart Inc.:
PlaSmart Inc. is a Canadian award winning toy company based in Ottawa, Canada. Founded in 2003 PlaSmart Inc. has in seven short years grown rapidly and now has it’s unique, smart, simple, fun toy products in 5 continents and over 60 countries. While best known for the award winning PlasmaCar, PlaSmart handles over 150 products including Yummy Dough which will be featured on Dragon’s Den October 28th, 2009. The company itself has been recognized as the 13th fastest growing company in Canada according to Profit 100.




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  1. It looks like the old game, called Rampart! An 80s classic, if I do say so myself.

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