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  • Game Board
  • 40 Double-Sided Disks
  • 40 Pattern Cards
  • 2 Card Stands
  • Colored Die

Object of the Game

Be the first player to collect 5 pattern cards by creating or spotting the card patterns on the board.


Assemble the board by sliding the vertical playing surface into the base. Place the colored disks in a pile within easy reach of both players. Players should familiarize themselves with the format of the pattern cards to note that the patterns are the same on both sides. …


  • 1 Game Board
  • 4 Treasure Hunter Movers
  • 12 Ghost Cards
  • 1 Shuffle card
  • 24 Ghost Movers
  • 6 Haunting figures
  • 1 Movement Die (numbers )
  • 2 Fighting Dice (symbols
  • 8 Treasure Jewels
  • 1 Draw 2 + Shuffle Card
  • 1 Draw 3 + Shuffle Card
  • 2 Blue "Doors Locked" Cards
  • 2 Green "Door Locked" Cards

Object of the Game

Players work as a team to escape from the house with all 8 Treasure Jewels before 6 of the rooms become haunted. Win or lose, you do it together!

Setup - The Basic Game

Each player takes a treasure hunter mover. Place the movers outside the front door. …

The Tiles

Three Suits


4x sets numbering 1-9

#1 looks like a bird

4x sets numbering 1-9


4x sets numbering 1-9

Minor Tiles

Numbers 2-8 of any suit. They are the least valuable of the tiles.

Major Tiles

Number 1 and 9 of any suit.

A set of Major tiles scores twice the points of an equivalent set of Minor tiles.

Two Honours


4x Red, 4x Green, 4x White. White Dragons are often blank. A set of Dragons always doubles the score. …


  • sets of Standard Chess pieces
  • a two-sided Chess board
  • a deck of 56 Action cards
  • black plastic card tray
  • Rulebook


  1. Placing the Pieces. Note: eachplayer's Queen always begins onits own colored space.

    Place the Chess pieces on the board where indicated.

    They are arranged just like in regular Chess, except for two Pawns, which are moved forward as shown on the board left.

    These two Pawns are typically moved first by experienced players, in order to clear the way for the more powerful pieces behind them to move. …


  • 91 Double 12 Color Dot Dominoes
  • 8 Small Train Markers
  • 1 Train Hub
  • Rulebook

Object of the Game

To be the first player to play all of your dominoes, or to have the lowest number of points at the end of the game. The lowest total score after all rounds is the winner.


Place the dominoes facedown on the table and mix them together. Players draw their initial hand from those mixed dominoes. The number of dominoes drawn by each player depends on the number of players in the game: …


  • Gameboard
  • 16 Pawns (4 sets of 4 colors)
  • Dice cup
  • 2 Dice

Object of the Game

Be first to move all four of your pawns from your START circle to HOME.


Take four pawns of the same color. Find the gray path space with the circle that matches your color pawns. Place your pawns in the START circle to its right. All players do the same. Players should be sitting so that their START circles are to their right.

See the Yellow player's START circle A in the gameboard below. …

A Sequence is a connected series of five of the same colored chip either up or down, across or diagonally on the playing surface.


  • Game Board
  • 50 Green Marker Chips
  • 50 Blue marker Chips
  • 35 Red Marker Chips
  • 104 Sequence Cards

When two players or teams are playing, use only blue and green marker chips. Red chips are used only when there is a third player or third team. Joker cards are not used in the play of the Sequence game.

Object of the Game

  • For 2 players or 2 teams: One player or team must score TWO SEQUENCES before their opponents.
  • For 3 players or 3 teams: One player or team must score ONE SEQUENCE before their opponents.

Note: There are printed chips in the four corners of the game board. All players must use them as though their color marker chip is in the corner. …


  • One plastic gameboard with 4 trees and buckets
  • 44 Plastic cherries (40 necessary for gameplay, 4 extras)
  • Fully assembled spinner

Object of the Game

The object of the game is to be the first player to pick 10 cherries from his tree and fill his bucket.


Each player chooses a tree and places 10 cherries on it.

Trees are outlined in a color that matches the cherry bucket to their right.

Game Play

The youngest player will go first and then play passes to the left. …

Now KerPlUnk! - one of the favorite games of all time - is more fun than ever! Just set it up, start playing, and watch out for marbles that go KERPLUNK!


  • Game Base
  • Tube (top and bottom cups)
  • Tube Connector
  • 30 Sticks
  • 32 Marbles

Object of the Game

To skillfully remove the sticks from the tube, dropping the fewest marbles.


  1. Stand the tube bottom on a flat surface, see below.

  2. Line up the little tabs on the connector with the slots in the tube bottom and snap the connector down firmly into the cup as shown. …


  • Game Board
  • Pyramids in 4 colors
  • Card-deck
  • Rulebook

Object of the Game

To be the first player to line up four consecutive pawns of your color in a row-horizontally, vertically or diagonally. Pawns may be square or round, or any combination of shapes. You win by lining up colors, not shapes.

Figure 1


  1. Each player starts with six pawns of matching shape, round or square.

  2. Inside each pawn is a disc, white on one side and red on the other. Round pawns always begin the game with the white side showing; square pawns always begin the game with the red side showing. …


  • 400 cards,
  • game board
  • 6 iKNOW tokens
  • 6 iBET tokens
  • category token
  • 25 black point chips
  • 25 white point chips
  • Rulebook


Place the game board on the table and give each player an iKnow and an iBet token of a matching color, as well as one white chip each.

The First Round

One of the players is picked to be the reader for the first round, and they begin by reading out a question from the category of their choice (marked on the game board with the transparent category token), but no clues at this stage. …


  • 56 tiles painted with different colored links
  • Rulebook

Four Definitions


Whenever tiles touch, the colors of the connecting links must be of the same color - they must match! "Match" is the golden rule of Tantrix.


A gobble is a space around the Tantrix surrounded by three or more tiles. A tile placed into a 3-sided space is 'gobbled'. Gobbles are also known as 'forced spaces'.


A line of one color which passes through the tiles and eventually curves back to join itself is called a loop. Loops do not have to be perfect circles! They can be of any shape, no matter how irregular. …

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