My wife and I find it really tough to get our children off the iPad or phone. We even had to impose strict rules like no tech on the dinner table. With LUMA, our kids not only enjoy every bit of playtime but also help each other with strategies and ideas. It's great to see everyone in the family getting involved and communicating. As my wife says, truly a wonder in the 21st century!
Your dinosaur family has just moved into Prehistoric Park, a lovely marshy nook. Now, you must explore the park, gain resources and settle in. The first to collect all resources will make this their abode.
The Quest is On!
Dino Quest is a resource collection and management game that your entire family will love playing. Your kids will be introduced to conversion of measurement units, decision making, critical thinking and strategy.
Enjoy with them as they help their dinosaur families triumph in this skilful contest. See them master basic concepts of measurements and mental maths right before your eyes!
Age: 8+ Years | Game Duration: 30 minutes | No. of Players: 2 to 4
- 1 Action Spinner
- 1 Number Dice
- 1 Reference Card
- 2 Power Dice
- 3 Collection Pouches
- 4 Dinosaur Player Mats
- 15 Survival Cards
- 40 Distance Tokens
- 40 Food Tokens
- 40 Water Tokens
How to Play
- Resource Collection, Unit Conversion and Computational Thinking
- Learn to identify, match and convert basic measurement units
- Simple gameplay with lots of cognitive development for young minds
- Introduce kids to analytical skills and decision making
- Replayable, interactive and helps acquire essential 21st century skills
- Play and Learn with Family and Friends
- Reduce Screen Time
- 100% Made in India
- Learning through Play - Use this engaging game with cute characters and fun storylines to introduce measurement concepts and conversions. It's a great tool to get kids to enjoy learning math and for the entire family to be part of their learning journey
- Develop Multiple Skills - In addition to academic knowledge, kids acquire essential 21st century life skills like critical thinking, decision making, strategy, resource management, communication and creativity. They also obtain moral values like not being greedy, patience and accepting luck and failure.
- Popular at home or in school - Dino Quest is just as effective in the classroom to improve cognitive ability and peer learning as it is with the family to reduce screen time and improve social interactions.
- Designed for Engagement - Easy to learn with a kid friendly rulebook and a game tutorial video. Layered gameplay with an increased focus on application of tactics promotes reasoning and interactivity.
- Intuitive, Inclusive and Replayable - The game has unlimited outcomes and difficulty control for an enhanced experience every time. It is ideal for all kinds of learners and intelligences.
- Certified Safe and Non-Toxic - Tested and passed for American, European and Indian Standards. Sustainably manufactured using recycled materials only.
- Conversion of Units
- Mental Maths
- Critical Thinking
- Resource Management
- Decision Making
- Planning and Strategy
- Motor Skills
- Not Being Greedy
- Accepting Luck & Failure
As a parent of a special needs child, finding resources that engage him or even tend to his learning pace and choices is very tough. I also find it very tough to interact and provide remedy simply because I don't know where to begin or what is going wrong. The LUMA box helps me work with him at every step of the way to ensure he understands maths and doesn't fear it. Apart from that I find that his communication and creativity are at a new high too. I highly recommend!
Initially I was not sure if learning can actually happen through playing games. We never had such products when we were young. Luma changed my perception and made me believe that it's important to try various mediums for my child to learn. Ranvir not only became faster in his calculations but also could accurately solve the sums mentally. I enjoyed playing the game too with my child. Ranvir never liked math before, but after trying the Luma box his interest totally changed. I'm really looking forward for new games and boxes for my kid.
I really liked the Luma concept very much. Samir, my younger son and me played Guess the Fence game many times, and just did not want to stop. He learned about 2D shapes and its properties really quickly through the game, books and flashcards. My son loved the magic lens and it really made solving word problems on the flashcards really fun. As a whole, It’s a great way of learning.