The Mystery of the Underground Maze book is a 64-page Japanese cartoon story of Professor LaQ and 2 children finding an underground maze below the LaQ Laboratory. Yoshi and Ritsuko must pass several tests to save the Professor. Instructions to make a robot are advanced level.
Instructions contain images and numbers with enough information to build all models for those who do not read Japanese. LaQ pieces not included.
LaQ is a highly creative and tactile building toy with a simple and elegant design. Invented using traditional Japanese concepts of architecture and recycling, its uniqueness come from using only 7 types of block parts - square, triangle and 5 connectors. From the seemingly limited array of shapes, an infinite number of models and designs are possible. The key is in the connectors, which offer three different angles for 2D, 3D and spherical geometric shapes.
The Hamacron parts consist of wheels and axles to make vehicles or any moving action. By planning the use of shapes and colors in each assemblage, builders can create anything imaginable starting from simple shapes and rapidly move into building their own inventions.
The pieces snap together tightly for a secure fit and the sound from connecting them makes building a fun and satisfying experience. A child will know the pieces are firmly connected with the snapping noise, and the sound will encourage the child to continue building a personal toy. Connecting the pieces together is not only great fun but helps in concentration through creative play. Its simplicity, high quality, vibrant colors, and the tactile "snap and click" experience when connecting pieces make it for fun playtime. LaQ rewards patience and creativity.
• Pages: 64
• Pieces: Not included
• Language: Japanese
• Item Number: LBK3751-5
• Age recommendation: 5+ years.
• Product Dimension (LxWxH): 10 x 7.1 x 0.3 in (25.65 x 18.05 x 0.75 cm)
• Weight: 7.2 oz (204 g)
• Made in Japan