Games for young 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.
A great game for a class, for camps, birthday parties, for fun recreation, and education – where ever groups gather to play together.
The Secret Door
A mystery game! Valuables have been stolen & we have to find them before Midnight. Together we search through the Mansion for clues. At Midnight, the Thieves may slip away with all the hidden booty! Children enjoy figuring out the mystery of what...
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Rats are high, cats are low... low-down and cool, that is! Put on your poker face, then draw, swap, and sneak a peek to get rid of rats and make way for the cats. The player with the lowest score wins. Rat-a-Tat Cat is a fun card game that requires...
An exciting race for the Magic Cup is about to start in Burg Flatterstein, but beware as the mysterious ruins are littered with obstacles and odd surprises.
Yeti in My Spaghetti
No one knows why, but a yeti is sitting on the spaghetti. Spaghetti is laid across a bowl and the yeti is placed on top. Players take turns taking spaghetti from the bowl using...
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 run is busy with excited dogs running around freely while others are pulling their masters in different directions. But there is a logic behind the frenzy.
Mighty Mice can be accommodate 2-5 players as a competitive game and 2-8 players as a co-operative game.
Read, Aim, Score! Fastrack Mini takes all the fun of the original rapid-action shooting game and packs it into a smaller, portable design.
Robbi, Tobbi und das Fliewatüüt
In Robbi, Tobbi und das Fliewatüüt, Robbi and Tobbi travel the world to solve new robot tasks, with the cockpit indicating how quickly they can travel over land, over water, and in the air.