Category: Abstract Strategy
Category: Kids Games
Be the first player to line 4 of your same color balls in a vertical, horizontal, or diagonal row. But as each move you make is made in conjunction with one of your opponent's balls, don't unintentionally help them create a row before you do!
Family Classics series
Complete Checkers set
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Race Through Space
On this constantly moving galaxy board, fly your Rocket many light years through the Milky way...
Easy to learn, Bendominoes play just like regular dominoes. Watch a new pattern being created each time you play as pieces will curve and twirl around the table. The curved pieces can also block your opponents if they don't have the bendomino that fits...
SuDoKu: Das Brettspiel
SuDoku -- the sensational cult puzzle now as a game! The worldwide success of these number puzzles is overwhelming. Try it once and you'll be addicted. With this game you can play SuDoku both alone and with several people. The rules are completely...
The game of mice and mazes has children scurrying their mice to the opposite side of the playing board. It is not a simple task though, as each player may move their mouse 1 space at a time or decide to install a "blocker" to delay their opponent.
Play just like Tic-Tac-Toe, except that you can gobble up your opponent and move your pieces around the board when it's your turn to play. The first to line up 3 pieces wins!
The aim of the game is to line up 4 of your balls in a row. But hold on a minute! A player cannot move a ball individually or with a ball of their own color. Moves MUST be made with an adjoining ball of their opponent's! The two balls are then...