Category: Travel Games
Category: Family Games
Love playing the ship-sinking game but don't have time play the original version? This express edition delivers a burst of fun in 20 minutes! Roll the dice to sink enemy ships with special attack powers. Includes rules for two great games.
Funagain Games does not stock this edition of this title, usually because it's out of print.
Apples to Apples To Go
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100% New Card Content
Apples to Apples To Go is the portable version of the wild, award-winning card and party game that provides totally portable fun for four to eight players!
tuck box edition
Bid and bluff your way to purchase the most valuable real estate for the lowest amount of money...
Think & Jump
AKA: Hi-Q / Peg Solitaire
To play this brain teaser, you begin by removing the blue peg from the center of the hexagon shaped grid. Then moving in any direction within the grid, jump over one peg at a time, removing the peg -- until only one peg is left. It's harder than it looks.
Battleship: Fun on the Run
Strategically place your fleet on the ocean grid. Plot your coordinates, aim and fire! A red peg says you hit your target. A white peg says you missed. the first to sink all five enemy ships wins!
Connect Four: Fun on the Run
Take turns dropping your checkers into the grid. Block your opponent's moves when you can. The first player to get four in a row -- horizontally, vertically or diagonally -- wins!
Each of the 16 pieces has 4 different attributes. The aim is to line up 4 pieces which share the same attribute. The problem is you can't choose which piece you're going to play -- your opponent chooses for you.
The goal is to be the first player to reach the opposite side of the board. Your opponents are putting up fences to block your chances and slow you down! Can you find the shortest route in this game of mazes and madness?
Enjoy the challenge of this strategy game on the road!
magnetic travel edition
In the game of Cathedral you are a landowner. The playing board represents the site of the walled city. Two sets of playing pieces symbolize both the buildings and the two opposing forces who battle to gain control by strategically positioning their...