Category: Observation / Perception
Category: Kids Games
English language edition of Concerto Grosso
Got quick reflexes and a good memory? Test your skills in this high-energy card game of musical mayhem. Try to keep up with members of the Panda Philharmonic by mimicking their motionsSlap the table, stand up, clap your hands... But make a wrong...
Pirate Joe has invited you and your friends to his notorious birthday party. Whoever wins the Great Pirate may claim the title "Greatest pirate of the seven seas" for a whole year. Put on the eye patch and prepare for great adventure.
Funagain Games does not stock this edition of this title, usually because it's out of print.
Planet der Sinne: Fühlen
Planet Sensory: Touch
Velvet Paw Suzy takes the players on an exciting tactile journey.
If you've ever been inside a photo booth, you know what it's like to act wild and crazy under the pressure of time. Capture a little bit of that frenetic feeling in this super fast dice game. As you quickly roll dice and look for matches, you'll...
A mystery spinning game where mystical images magically appear in the spinning top. Make your guess quickly! The one to have recognized the most images correctly wins!
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.
Catch the Match
English language edition of Kunterbunt
Catch the Match is an eye-catching, pattern recognition game. There are 15 cards that each have the same 15 objects. Each object is different and is in different colors and various locations on the cards. Any two cards always have one (and only...
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.
(Temporarily Out of Stock)
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!
Can You See What I See?: Finders Keepers Game
Can you see a seashell? How about a kangaroo? Find both of these and more in this visual game of hide and seek just for you! Reveal a Find Me tile and try to find the featured object among your set of Keep Me cards. Look carefully as objects may be...