Hexbug Research Paper

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While “Bugs in the Kitchen!” isn’t something you’d normally want to hear, this fun, educational game teaches children real-time puzzle solving by employing skills such as spatial intelligence. Although there is no teamwork aspect to the game, there is plenty of interaction and laughter! Kids are additionally challenged to think on their feet as the meandering Hexbug® nano® (small, motorized “insect”) quickly scuttles around the board. The board itself is a simple, movable maze which has walls made up of “silverware.” The Hexbug® is placed in the middle of the maze to start. Players take turns rolling the die and rotating whichever piece of the maze they roll—fork, spoon, or knife. If you’re especially lucky, you may roll the question mark symbol,
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