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Games designed specifically to be played with children.
Fuchs & Fertig
Fox's Party is a fast playing push your luck and memory game in one. Each player starts with a deck of twelve face-down cards, each card shows one of seven animals on it, but since those cards are face-down you don't know which animals you have, at least not at first. The remaining cards are placed face up in the center of the table so that everyone can see the critter on the top card; the face of each card also shows a "size chart" of how the animals relate to one another in size: the ant is the smallest, followed by the snail, the frog, the hedgehog, the fox, the deer and the bear. On a turn, you state whether you think the card on top your deck features an animal that's larger, smaller, or the same size as the animal on top of the deck, then you reveal that card. If you're wrong, you place the card face down on the bottom of your deck and end your turn. If you're correct, you can stop or decide to take another guess, but this time you'll compare the hidden animal on top of your deck with the animal that you just revealed. Anytime you're wrong, you bury all revealed cards in the same order face down under your deck. But if you stop after one or more correct answers, you then place all of those cards (in the order guessed) on top of the central deck. The first player to play all the cards in his deck wins.
Ghost Fightin' Treasure Hunters
All players work as a team to escape from the house with all 8 Treasure Jewels before 6 of the rooms become haunted. Moving with skill and strategy through rooms and hallways, you and your team will be picking up and dropping off Treasure Jewels. If theres a ghost in the room, the team will have to fight it. Sometimes youll have to fight Ghosts and Hauntings even while youre carrying treasure! Ghost Fightin Treasure Hunters is the ultimate co-operative gamewin or lose, youre all in it together! For 2-4 players, age 8 and up.
In Karak, each player will lead one of the six different characters into the labyrinth of Karak. Tile by tile they'll uncover what the labyrinth looks like — it will be different each time you play. They'll have to fight monsters, equip themselves with weapons and spells, and — most importantly — collect treasure. The player with the most treasure at the end of the game is the winner – a true champion of Karak!
Travel surprising worlds inhabited by Loonies - delirious and aggressive monsters -, pursue your quests and win the crown! Equipped with an erasable marker pen and a transparent sheet (called screen), draw the best line possible and gather as many Xperience Points as you can. Watch out for the Loonies, avoid the malus, and slow down your opponents with the Sneaky Tricks penalties. On your markers… 3, 2, 1… draw! Loony Quest is a family game, ideal to have fun while developing observation skills and swiftness. In this game for kids, adults will also have a great time gaining levels to reach the final big boss!
Rhino Hero Super Battle
Rhino Hero and his superhero friends have lots of adventures on the skyscraper made of cards. But be careful: this gets higher and shakier the more maps are built up as walls and floors. If you roll the dice skillfully, your own superhero will rise high and defend your place in the dice battles against other players ... if it weren't for the Spider-Monkeys that make the skyscraper sway.
Toc Toc Woodman
A dexterity game where nine plastic tree segments are stacked up. Each tree segment has four bark sections around it. On their turn, a player gets two taps with the axe to try and knock off pieces of bark from the tree segments for one point a piece. But be careful, if a tree segment comes down it's minus 5 points! A quick unique dexterity game.
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