Category: Observation / Perception
Category: Card Games
At Full Throttle
To the track, get set and go! The course leads from red to blue, from yellow to green. Who will take the lead and snatch the right car in the end? A breathtaking card game for 2-4 players. Includes variation for expert racers.
Looking for a spicy game to promote matching, critical thinking and hand-eye coordination? This clever game has players frantically collecting all the ingredients for their own recipe of mild, medium or spicy guacamole!
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Players race to find 3 "connected" cards in the display to claim them first. Claim the most cards to win!
Featuring a two-sided board for twice the fun, Set Junior is the kid-friendly version of the highly addictive game of visual perception.
Can you get players to guess an emotion just by using facial expressions? In Trading Faces, players quickly swap Emotion Cards until one has three of a kind. Then, that player makes the expression on the matching cards, only using their face!
English language edition of Speed
Blink is the lightning-fast game where two players race to be the first to play all of their cards. Using sharp eyes and fast hands, players quickly try to match the shape, count, or color on the cards. The first player out of cards wins!
Uglydoll Card Game
Join OX, Wedgehead and the rest of the Uglydolls in their first ever fast-action card game. Turn over cards until you spot three matching Uglys. Then race like an Ice-Bat out of Heck to grab a match before they all get snatched. Claim the most cards...
10th Anniversary Collector's Edition
Flip and stack this clever loaf of cards to build slamwiches and double deckers. Meatball, cheese, meatball... slap! Get there first and win the pile. But watch out -- you'll have to catch thieves and stop munchers from stealing the stack of cards.
Flip and stack this clever loaf of cards to build slamwiches and double-deckers. Tomato, onion, tomato... slap! Get there first and win the pile. The player who collects all of the cards wins. Parental alert: a sharp eye and fast hand will prevail.