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  • Bamboleo

    This is definitely one of the more unusual offerings from our German friends. An assortment of oddly shaped wooden blocks are placed onto a round, wooden ‘platter.’ The platter has a cork ball on its underside, which is then placed on top of a conical stand. The trick is that the oddly shaped pieces are to be removed one-by-one, which has a high probability of upsetting the whole contraption’s delicate balance. The bigger the piece that you remove when it’s your turn, the more points you’ll score, but you have a higher likelihood of spilling everything, which scores you negative points.

  • Cat Tower

    “Meow~ It looks so delicious!” Catty Fatty stares at the dried fish hung high on the shelf drooling. All cats are attracted wondering how they can reach the yummy fish beyond their leap. They come up with the idea of stacking on each other’s back so as to grab the fish. Let’s help them make a tower of cats!

  • Collide-O!

    Collide-O! is a fast-playing game in which players race to put down all of their cards by matching two colored sections of the card being played to either card at the end of the line. As each card is played, the possibilities of what can be played change, so being fast is important. Because of the multicolor sections on many cards, there are numerous combinations, so flipping your cards over to check whether either side can match is advantageous.

  • Flick ’em Up

    The cities in the West are not the safest place to be. In the disc-flicking game Flick ’em Up!, you can become an outlaw and rob banks, free prisoners, attack innocent bystanders… or you could become the Sheriff and try to protect the people of your city from these bandits!

  • Flick ’em Up – Dead of Winter

    Flick ’em Up!: Dead of Winter pits players against zombies in a dexterity game that has you using tools in various ways to take out the undead while they in turn shamble somewhat randomly in your direction.

  • Hamsterrolle

    In Hamsterrolle, the players each receive seven wooden pieces, which they aim to place (one per person per turn) within the wheel without any pieces falling out. Any pieces dislodged are taken back as a penalty, and the first to get rid of her pieces wins.

  • Jenga

    Jenga is played with 54 wooden blocks; each block is 3 times as long as it is wide, and slightly smaller in height than in width. The blocks are stacked in a tower formation; each story is three blocks placed adjacent to each other along their long side, and each story is placed perpendicular to the previous (so, for example, if the blocks in the first story are pointing north-south, the second story blocks will point east-west). There are therefore 18 stories to the Jenga tower. Since stacking the blocks neatly can be tedious, a plastic loading tray is included.

  • Kerplunk

    “Ker Plunk is the game where you take your pick and pull a stick. If all the marbles fall, you lose it all! You’re only sunk if they go…Ker Plunk!”

  • Klask

    The KLASK game board is shaped like a ball field with two deep holes functioning as goals in each end of the field. In the middle of the field, three white magnetic pieces serve as “obstacles” – do NOT attract them to your own gaming piece! Your gaming piece is a black magnet. You control it by holding a large magnet under the board. This magnet is connected to a small magnet placed on the field. The purpose of the game is to push the small, red ball around on the field with your magnet/gaming piece, shoot the ball past the obstacles and your opponent and into the goal hole (Klask). It’s so much fun when your opponent suddenly is covered in white obstacles or you drop your gaming piece into the goal – something which might happen if you get a little too eager!

  • Lift It

    Lift it!, a.k.a. [bild’ it], is a family building game in which players try to build projects depicted on the building cards. Players lift building blocks of different shapes with a crane hook to form the correct structure within the time limit shown on each building card. Each correctly placed block scores a point and additional points are scored if player manages to build the structure correctly within the time limit.

  • Rhino Hero

    Super Rhino! presents players with an incredibly heroic – and regrettably heavy – rhinoceros who is eager to climb a tall building and leap other tall buildings in a single bound. First, though, you need to construct that building.

  • Villa Palleti

    An architectural rush to the skies for 2 – 4 budding architects with a good head for heights from 8 years old.