I don’t know how you are, but I have been and still am a big fan of 3D puzzle games. I have a friend who has a 3 year old kid and each time I visit them I get caught into solving various types of puzzles that my friend purchases for her kid. I have to say that this is also a great way to keep her child focused on something leaving us some time to catch up with the latest news. But I can assure you that I am always eager to find out what other new 3D puzzle my friend has bought for her kid whenever I plant to pay them a visit.
3D puzzles have been probably the oldest ways of entertaining children while being at the same time a good source of learning all sorts of different things. These puzzles are released on the market under various levels of difficulty to match every stage of evolution of a kid until they reach maturity.