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    Pull apart the pyramid. In this simple yet elegant strategy game, take turns removing one cube at a time from the pyramid stack. As cubes are pulled, others will slide down towards the base. Plan your moves carefully as the bottom-most cubes are worth big points at the end. And watch out for the cobras that may drop in and take a bite out of your score. Ages 8+. 2 – 4 players.



    The Cranium game lets every players show off their talents. Creative Cat – Sketch, sculpt and draw stick-figure masterpieces, sometimes with your eyes closed. Data Head – Sleuth, solve and just know what you know (or guess). Word Worm – solve puzzles, define funny words, spell words like rutabaga backwards and enjoy a bit of word play. Ages 16+. 4+ players



    A green banana for the younger bunch. The perfect first word game for pre-schoolers and early readers. My first bananagrams utilizes lowercase letters and word-building, combo-letter tiles to help nurture your child’s love for wordplay and word games. With multiple activities and mini games, they’ll enjoy a play-progression towards our original Bananagrams experience. Ages 4+. 1 to 4 players.



    Out-manoeuvre your opponents in this full-tilt action brain-builder. Arrange your tiles so that the corners connect to form an array of patterns that match a chip challenge: two colours, all numbers, three pair … but work fast – everyone plays at the same time. It’s a geometric jam that requires sharp eyes, quick thinking and nimble hands. Let the wild Skiwampus start. Ages 10+. 2-6 players.



    Race against other players to get rid of all your playing card tiles by creating words, swapping letters and even attacking other player’ words. This game comes in a cool, portable bag with makes it the perfect game for on-the-go and any holiday.



    The outrageous game that’s all kind of fun. Players team up for ‘combo’ play or ‘solo’ to compete in challenges. Challenges range from sculpting an object out of clay, to solving a picture puzzle, acting out a clue, sketching a target word or answering a fun trivia question (and more)! The first player or team to get four tokens in a row on the broad wins. Ages 7+ 2 or more players.



    Flipping Fishes is a fun family or group game. It can be played in a large or small area and is a game of hilarity & competition. The winner is the first to flip his or her fish along the race line and on to the dinner plate. Imagine you have prepared your Fishes for dinner in the frying pan and suddenly they jump out and try to escape. You cannot touch the hot fish with your fingers so you must flip your fishes with your pan onto your dinner plate. Age 3+



    Trap the Triceratops. Apprehend the Apatosaurus. Race to capture sets of matching dinosaurs in this ferociously fun card game. The bigger the set, the bigger your reward. But don’t bite off more than you can chew, or you may fall prey to a Velociraptor, a volcano, or even the dreaded T Rex. Collect the most sets and you’ll go down in prehistory. Ages 6+. 2 – 4 players.



    Learn to play the classic game of chess with this starter set. Includes double folded chess board and high quality weighted plastic chess pieces. The board is made from laminated cardboard with square sizes of 50 x 50mm. Ages



    PickTwo is the always-changing, ever-rearranging crossword game. Players draw little tiles, building their own personal crosswords as fast as they can. Whenever players use all their letters they yell ‘pick two’ and everyone draws two more tiles. The catch? These tiles must now be added to your crossword. The best part? You can always change your crossword by rearranging letters and even words to use up your tiles. When the centre pile of tiles is gone, the first one done wins the round. Age 8+. 3 to 6 players.



    With millions of units sold worldwide, Carcassonne has truly become a modern classic. The game’s success rest on its simple gameplay: create a landscape where players place knights, thieves, monks and farmers in order to score the most points. Ages 7+. 2 to 5 players.



    Place the grid anywhere in the board to start, then take turns placing your pieces. Block your frienemy from winning by moving the grid away from their pieces. Get three of your own pieces in a row and you win. Tic-tac-(way-to-go)-you. Ages 8+. 2 players.

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