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FOR THE PEOPLE
Learn to program the robots you create with Scratch, or write your own code with C.
MOSS has two great programming languages to help you learn how to code.
Recurrent MOSS Inquiries (FAQs)
Aren't tiny magnets dangerous? +
Yes, they could be. Luckily, the MOSS spheres are not magnets! They're just regular steel spheres. The magnets are embedded in the corners of the larger plastic pieces.
Remember Buckyballs? They were tiny magnets and if eaten, they could stick together in your intestines causing extreme injury or even death. They were banned in the USA because a few people ate them and passed away.
Many people assume that the little chrome spheres used to connect MOSS blocks are magnets like Buckyballs, but they're NOT! They don't stick to each other at all. This is one of the reasons MOSS is for children ages 8 and up. We still don't recommend eating the spheres, but if it happened you'd probably be OK. None the less, if you swallow any robot pieces we do recommend you see a doctor.
Do you sell MOSS Blocks indivdually? +
What age is MOSS appropriate for? +
MOSS is labeled for children 8 and up. Adults love it too!
I don't know how to program, can I still play? +