This Milton Bradley game was a favorite of mine when I was younger. You try and beat the clock by putting all the shapes into their spots before the grid pops.
It wasn't as big of a hit with my kids as I thought it would be. The manufacturer's age is 5-9 which my kids fall in but they get very frustrated when they can't get it done in time. After seeing their frustration we set goals of getting so many pieces in each time instead of all of them. Then we gradually worked up to the entire board. I still think I have more fun with it than they do.
It is a game that a child can play by themselves so that is a plus. Sometimes a child just needs some alone time and this is a way to stimulate their brain while doing it. It also improves their hand eye coordination.
It is a reasonable price and built sturdy enough for kids to play it. I would recommend this game.