Games for little gamers
It's never too early to learn to play games. These games are not only age-appropriate, they are entertaining for the older siblings and parents that play along.
Pirates and buccaneers get ready to set sail for a faraway island said to hold a hidden treasure of immense wealth — but beware of the giant octopus that guards the island.
This multi-award winning game challenges the player to use spatial perception and observation skills to fit oddly shaped colored blocks into a predetermined space. Start out with a small space in which to fit three blocks and increase the level of...
4 First Games
Fun and games from the start -- with this collection of games, the appropriate plans and pretty motifs. Which bird will get to its nest first? Which flowerbed will have the brightest flowers? Four dice games with simple rules, quick to play and...
Pharaoh's Gulo Gulo
Robbers raided Pharaoh Anopheles' grave a long time ago and stole all the valuable scarab beetles. Since then, his mummy has restlessly roamed the pyramid corridors, scaring away anyone who dares intrude.
Katamino is a building game that helps children understand basic concepts of geometry...
The Kids of Catan
Each player has a set of buildings to place. Placing a building uses a whole wagon load of resources: 1 each of wood, bricks, and wheat. The roll of the die determines how far the wagons will move. When any child stops beside a resource that they...
Katamino Duo – a.k.a., Katamini – is a junior version of Katamino
Pocket sized to take out and about this the smaller version of Katamino - a building game that helps children understand basic concepts of geometry.
Race Through Space
On this constantly moving galaxy board, fly your Rocket many light years through the Milky way...
Insel der Schmuggler
Night after night Smuggler Sam and the other members of his gang are around smuggling valuable goods. But watch out, Luke the lighthouse keeper is watching over the sea from his tower! As soon as his beam falls on a smuggling boat, the smugglers...