Who Remembers Racing The Timer In “Perfection”

Who Remembers Racing The Timer In "Perfection"

Perfection was originally produced by the Pennsylvania company Reed Toys, and then became a game by the Milton Bradley company. The object is to put all the pieces into matching holes on the board (pushed down) before the time limit runs out. When time runs out, the board springs up, causing many, if not all, of the pieces to fly out. In the most common version, there are 25 pieces to be placed into a 5×5 grid within 100 seconds.

Ready, set, go! Be the quickest to fit all 25 shapes into their matching holes in the tray. But watch the timer! If it runs out & pop goes the Perfection game! The player who matches all 25 shapes in the shortest time wins. While kids are having a blast playing the Perfection game, they can also practice valuable skills including focus, hand-eye coordination, and shape recognition. Play without the timer so that it’s easier for younger players. And, when they’re all done playing, easily store the pieces inside the game unit.

Includes 25 geometric shapes, a game unit with timer, a pop-up tray, and storage compartment, and instructions.

You can still buy an updated version of Perfection from the Hasbro Games site right here.

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