Category: Kids Games
English version of Drachenstark
Dragons like to play with fire! Boisterously they dance and jump around the crater of the fire spitting volcano.
Princess Magic Fairy
English version of Prinzessin Zauberfree
Princess Magic Fairy and her friends are competing at doing magic!
All the witches have gathered for the duel with the jinxed broom Mumbo Jumbo. Each one tries to tame the flying broom and make it sweep their magic gems into the cauldron...
Each player tries to be the first fox to catch up with the hen. A bit of luck with the dice and the right strategy will soon decide whether one's fox noses ahead and can snatch the hen. A cunning dice game, for 2-4 dice rollers age 5-99.
Inspector Rabbit is hard on the crook's heels. Oh dear! Each crook has a twin and the couple can only be convicted as such...
Where is Leo?
Oh dear! Leo the dangerous lion has escaped. Terrier Theo immediately sets off to look for him. He tracks Leo down by asking each of the animals where they have last seen Leo...
Knuckling Knights: The Duel
Rumpel-Ritter: Das Duell
Excitement in the castle yard! The knights compete in the annual tournament. Who will nudge the adversary knight off the tournament ground?
Constructing and Piling Zoolino
My Very First Games
Eeny, meeny, miny zoo! There is total bedlam in the animals' paradise. The colorful animal building blocks conceived for small children's hands stimulate the free play of your child...
Game Plans for Cooperative Action Games
With this book of plans we make it easy for you to build six large wooden table games yourself. The package contains photographs, materials lists, step by step instructions, illustrations, rules of play -- all you need to get you going.
Hugs & Tickles
Help everyone from Mom & Dad to Granny & Grandpa have a Great Day and not get caught by The Blues. Pass on a hug. make others laugh with goofy faces. Tell someone what you like about them, dance, sing together, share a joke... Feel-Good Cards have...
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