Best 100 Toy Winner - 1999

Rainbow Line


Binary Arts


8 - 12 years


Ph: 800-468-1864

This peg game from Binary Arts will encourage your child to develop eye-hand coordination and dexterity. The play tray slides back to reveal a storage compartment for cards and frogs. There are twelve Happy Hoppers and 42 challenge cards, ranging from beginner to expert. It's easy to play as the frogs keep jumping until only one is left. This is a game that everyone in your family can enjoy playing.

Binary Arts, headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, was started by Bill Richie and Andrea Barthello in 1985. They produce about 35 products. Bill's father began showing him intricate puzzles and challenged his son to solve them. Their first game was called Spin Out. Other products that we have reviewed are Railroad Rush Hour (1999 Best Vacation Products) and Wizmo (1998 Best 100 Children's Products).

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