- Once you’ve determined where to put the tourist figures in the tower, place the tourist figures without disturbing the balance!
- You can make the game more difficult by changing the ring spacing and order.
- The one who places all the tourists wins.
- Number of Players: 4
- • Develops multi-dimensional thinking skills.
- • Increases the ability to establish cause and effect relationship.
- • Increases socialization and assertiveness.
- • The piece develops the ability to establish a whole relationship.
- • Improves quick thinking and decision-making skills.
- • Improves attention skills.
- Box contents :
- 1 Pisa Tower
- 24 Piece Tourist Figures
- 1 Color Dice
- Game Guide
- Age Group: 3+ Ages
- Box Dimensions: 27.8 x 27.8 x 7 cm.
- Fast-paced, competitive game
- Players simultaneously bounce balls into the grid
- Get 4 in a row of the same color to win
- Game Includes: collapsible grid, cardboard backboard, 25 balls and instructions
- Suitable for ages 8 years and up
- For 2 or more players
- Dimensions: 32.5 x 40 cm
- The goal of the game is to rescue the dinosaur from the tower while taking turns to remove the sticks carefully without letting any green dinosaurs fall
- Includes: tower, dinosaurs, target, and sticks
- Easy to assemble
- For 2 to 4 players
- Suitable for ages 3 years old and up
- Prank the plumber!: the plumber pants preschool game for kids ages 4 and up combines simple and silly gameplay with a fun surprise for all
- Getting caught with his pants down: kids take turns loading the plumber’s tool belt with tools; Each tool added drops his pants a little further until they fall, giving a full view of his undies
- Everyone will get wet!: the suspense grows as kids wait to see who’ll make the plumber’s pants fall down and cause water to spray 360 degrees around the sink
- Win: the only player not to make the plumber’s pants fall down — and spray their friends with water — wins the plumber pants game
- For 2 or more players. Caution-To Avoid Injury-Use only clean tap water. Dry thoroughly after use
- Eye training: table tennis skills pay attention to eye power and angle control. In a relaxed rhythm, every stroke into the bag, there is no place not to consider eye power.
- Hand brain coordination: the use of techniques and tactics and the coordination of manipulation enable players to experience the importance of hand brain combination, which is very beneficial for young children, middle-aged and old people.
- Family fun: billiards is a kind of intelligent and elegant multi-functional tactical sport, and so is mini billiards. It’s a kind of fun sport to enjoy the joy brought by competition and skills in the process of playing.
- Size 33.5x 33 x 6.5cm
- Super big, super large Highlights:
- 1 set of game table + high-quality beasts
- Cards and spiritual cards
- Safe, durable plastic, solid joints flexible
- Cute lively design, science, logic, modern
- Bakugan Set of 3 Beasts
- A card game that you can play with your family or friends with love and fun.
- Your goal in the game is to match the colors or numbers, get rid of the cards in your hand, the winner will be 500 points.
- You can surprise your opponent and increase your chances with action cards.
- Contents: 110 Cards, Game guide.
- Product Box Size: 15 * 11.5 Cm
- Development Areas: Analytical Thinking / Problem Solving, Attention Development, Memory, Intelligence Development
- Hand-eye Coordination: The fast and exciting ball game can train your hand-eye coordination and experience the real eye disease hand fast.
- Product Principle: Each team has 5 chess pieces, press the pieces with the fingers, and rebound the chess pieces forward relying on the elasticity of the rubber band.
- Win Key: Aim accurately through the hole and launch fast and accurately. It is the key to win. Aim at the hole to launch and chess pieces cross the hole to occupy the opponent’s site.
- Parent-child Interaction: You can play with your little child to enhances the parent-child relationship.
- With the Domino Game, which will provide you with fun and educational time, your child will perceive animals and try to find their mates, and you will increase your child’s observation ability while developing their senses.
- The game is played with two or a maximum of four players. At the beginning of the game, the cards are shuffled with the illustrated side facing down. Each player draws seven cards each.
- The youngest player puts a card on the table, illustrated side up. The second player places his card next to this card that matches one of the pictures on either end of the card.
- If there is no matching card, the player draws cards from the cards left over from the card deal until a matching card appears. The remaining cards are drawn throughout the game by players who do not have a matching card in hand.
- The cards with the same picture are usually placed in such a way that they cut the other cards vertically and in some game types give the player the right to play a second time. When one of the players finishes all the cards in his hand, he says “domino” and wins the game.
- The first to finish wins the game.
- Open the game pad and place the cards in the slots on the pad. Each
player selects a character, attaches it to
their stand and places them at the starting point.
- The first to finish wins the game.
- Be the first to match the picture cards on the TRINKETS game table where you can test your attention and reflexes, press the bell and win!
HOW TO PLAY?
- Give each player 3 checkers of the same color. There are three different game versions in TRINKETS. Choose a game leader and decide which version shown in the picture to play. Let the fun begin!
- A VERSION: In this version, the game leader can also play. The leader distributes 3 picture cards face up to each player. The smallest player presses the bell and the game begins.
- The players look at their cards at the same time and try to find their match on the game board. When they find it, they should cover it with their own color scales. The first player to match all three picture cards hits the bell. The game stops and the other players stop matching in the picture. After checking the correctness of the matched pictures, the players put the picture cards they have matched in front of them and the ones they cannot match in the bag in gray. The picture cards in the bag are shuffled and the colored stamps are removed from the playing area and returned to their owners.
- The leader gives each player 3 picture cards and a new round begins. The game is over when a player collects a total of 24 picture cards or there are no picture cards left in the bag. When the picture cards in the bag are exhausted, the player with the most picture cards wins the game.
- Each game of Carcassonne reveals a unique environment as tiles form a landscape of cities, roads, fields, and monasteries. Claim these features with your followers to win the game.
- Carcassonne is a tile-laying game where players collectively construct the area around the medieval French city of Carcassonne while competing to place followers on various features and score the most points.
- First published in 2000, the game’s accesible yet deep design has attracted a wide fan base and led to the development of numerous expansions and standalone titles in the Carcassonne line.
- Completely redesigned rulebook to make learning the game easier
- Introduces the Abbot mini expansion and a new version of the river
- Game and expansions have sold over 10 million copies worldwide
- 2 – 5 players
- The Grizzled is a cooperative card game set during World War I. Despite the war theme, there is no combat. Instead, The Grizzled focuses on the mental impact war has on the soldiers who fight in the trenches. During the game, players will attempt to navigate around their fears, and support each other throughout missions.
- The Grizzled is a cooperative, hand management card game for 2-5 players that takes about 30 minutes to play. The Grizzled plays best with 4-5 players.
- For 2 players
- 15 minute playing time
- Abstract, strategy game
- Both players have a quilt board, five buttons (this is currency) and a time token. You’ll need the rest of the buttons later so keep them at arms reach!
- The central time board is placed in the middle of the playing table and then place both players time tokens on the starting space. Choose who goes first (or the player who last used a needle starts)!
- Place the 33 normal patches around the board in a circle where everyone can view them in no particular order.
- Find the smallest patch which measures 1×2 and then place the neutral token between this patch and the patch next to it (clockwise).
- Place the special 7×7 tile in view of all players.
- The 5 special patches should be placed on the marked places on the time board
- A fast-paced, award-winning board game
- Connect iconic North American cities and build your train routes to earn points
- Players must compete to grab the best train cards and routes before their opponents
- Ticket cards challenge you to plan ahead and connect two faraway cities for additional points
- 2 to 5 players, 60 minutes, 8+
- Chess is a board game for two players. … Each player starts with sixteen pieces: eight pawns, two knights, two bishops, two rooks, one queen and one king.
- The goal of the game is for each player to try and checkmate the king of the opponent. Checkmate is a threat (‘check’) to the opposing king which no move can stop.