Category: Observation / Perception
Category: Family Games
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!
Hue Knew? challenges players to resist quick answers and say a color rather than reading a word. Be the first to find the words that are printed in the correct color, then grab the appropriately colored pawn.
Jungle Smart is a game of quick thinking and visual logic. Players compete to be the first to find the correct sequence of moves that will have 3 animals go from a given starting position to a new target position. The player who shouts out loud the...
Set Cubed challenges a player's ability to identify SETs between the dice in their hand and those already on the board. Players can play up to 3 dice per turn making as many SETs as possible.
All 81 Set cards printed on clear acetate with high polymer inks. Smaller card size fits 12 cards perfectly on an overhead projector. Instructions and carry case also included.
Z-Man Games Edition
Warning! Warning! The central computer has failed. The robots are unable to reach their destination on their own. Help them by planning their trajectory as efficiently as possible...
Featuring a two-sided board for twice the fun, Set Junior is the kid-friendly version of the highly addictive game of visual perception.
The Scrambled States of America Game
Quick! Find a state that ends with the letter A. Now locate one that borders Tennessee. Have fun learning about the United States in the madcap game of observation and quick reflexes. Collect cards by matching states to a Scramble card. Or "Go the...
The object of the game is to identify "sets" of three cards. Each card is unique in its four features: number (1, 2, or 3); symbol (diamond, squiggle, or oval); shading (solid, striped, or open); and color (red, green, or purple). A "set" consists...