Quercetti Rami Code (1015)
A multi-award winning international competition for the best educational game of the year, Rami has celebrated 40 years of success. Today it is still a modern game that children love and remains unmatched for its strong educational value. It helps toddlers think creatively and solve problems using their logic ... one step at a time. The new edition provides children their first experience with the "code" or "programming" used in computer language that essentially teaches them to write instructions to make an object execute a command.
It works with levers and buttons that need to work in good hand-eye coordination to free the way for the colored balloons to roll into the correct arrival box. It's a fun way for kids to get acquainted with binary numbers, the computer-based system. Each arriving box corresponds to a specific position of the four levers and to a different combination of the numbers 0 and 1: for example, sequence 1001 corresponds to box number 9. It includes a screen that covers the paths and measures the players' ability. In addition to developing manipulation skills and increasing reasoning and rational skills, Rami is a great game to compete with your friends in fast and fun races.
HOW TO PLAY: The Game Number consists of completing the arrival boxes in numerical order, from 0 to 15 and then back to 0, as quickly as possible without ever skipping a box. While the Color Game consists of filling all the arrival boxes with two balls of the same color.