Category: Speed / Reaction Time
Category: Family Games
Jungle Speed was invented approximately 3000 years ago by the Aboulou Tribe in Eastern Trisopotamia to determine the shares of food each member received after a successful hunt. The Aboulous originally used eucalyptus leaves as cards for the game...
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...
Jungle Speed: Silver
(Temporarily Out of Stock)
It's all the fast-and-furious fun of Jungle Speed in a convenient, travel-sized edition with exciting, new packaging and new, weather-proof cards!
Make 'n' Break: Junior
Each player has their own set of wooden building blocks and races to be the first one to complete the building shown on the card. Be careful that your blocks don't wobble...
Jungle Speed: Extreme Expansion
You and your partners need new challenges? You consider yourself as a master of totem catching? You think you dominate the game so much that you're unbeatable?
Hue Knew?: On The Go!
A little like Uno a lot like Hue Knew?, this fast-paced card game is perfect for travel. Can you match the color to the word? Can you throw your opponent for a loop by placing a word card on top of the color card?
English language edition of Ubongo: Das Duell
Now, Ubongo goes two-player! Each player tries to solve the same puzzle with the same tiles faster than his opponent. The first one gets a point. The game ends after 9 rounds (max.) or as soon as one player has reached 5 points.
It's a game in which you outsmart your opponents by finding hidden words first. Find a word, grab the totem, squeeze it and place your markers on top of the word you found. Act quickly -- other players may cross your word and remove your markers...
A fast and furious two-player tile-sliding game. Shake the cube to find your puzzle and let the race begin! Slide the tiles to make your pattern as quickly as you can. The first player to solve the pattern and slap down the frame around the solution wins.
English language edition
Fast! Captivating! Simple! Fast because all players are trying simultaneously to cover their Ubongo spaces with the appropriate tiles. Captivating because you don't want to stop and excitedly look forward to the next round. Simple because the rules for...