TL;DR: As of June 6, Nibble(opens in a new tab) — an educational DIY game console — is on sale for just $79.99 instead of $109. That’s a savings of 27%.
School’s almost out for summer. Are you ready to keep them entertained every day? There’s a fun way to encourage them to do something educational without even knowing it, thanks to Nibble, an Educational DIY Game Console(opens in a new tab) designed for kids nine and up.
Nibble was made for kids to have fun and learn something in the process. It can be your go-to for filling up those long summer days before school is back in session. And you can currently snag this educational tool for just $79.99 (reg. $109) for a limited time.
Nibble is a learning tool that looks like a retro game console. This new and improved version of MAKERbuino helps kids learn about electronics and programming as they play. Let the kiddos assemble the kit with help from the build guide, and then pop in some batteries and watch them enjoy the four preloaded retro-inspired games(opens in a new tab).
They’ll get to enjoy Bonk, a game that’s an homage to Pong; Invaderz, a space shooter game; Snake, just like that vintage classic on old phones; and SpaceRocks, where they can shoot asteroids and earn points. Once they tire of those, they can practice their programming skills by coding their own games in the CircuitBlocks code editor.
Give the kids an educational tool disguised as a fun game and help them keep busy over the summer.
Nibble, a fun Educational DIY Game Console(opens in a new tab) for kids ages nine and up, is on sale now for just $79.99 (reg. $109).
Prices subject to change.