Components

  • 54 hardwood Rick and Morty Edition Jenga blocks
  • Loading tray to assemble tower
  • 1 Die
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Remove one block at a time from the tower, and then stack it on top. The last player to stack a block without making the tower fall wins the game!


Setup

  • Sort the JENGA blocks by color.

  • The biggest Rick and MortyTM fan assembles the tower (all players vote).

  • Build up the tower by placing layers of three wooden blocks at right angles to each other on a flat surface. First build 6 layers using the 18 pink Microverse blocks.

    Next build 6 more layers on top of that using the 18 blue Miniverse blocks. Lastly, add 6 more layers using the 18 yellow Teenyverse blocks. …



Components

  • 54 GODZILLA Jenga Blocks
  • Custom GODZILLA Die
  • Custom GODZILLA Board Track
  • GODZILLA Loading Tray
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Remove one block at a time from the tower, and then stack it on top. The last player to stack a block without making the tower fall wins the game!


Setup

The biggest GODZILLA fan assembles the tower. Using this loading tray, build up the tower by placing layers of three wooden blocks at right angles to each other on a flat surface. …



Components

  • 5 palaces in 5 colors:
  • 10 scientists
  • 10 doctors
  • 10 priests
  • 10 clerks
  • Play money
  • The island.
  • Instructions

Overview

You begin the game with a palace (encompassing 4 areas) and 8 scholars in your color. You send your scholars to foreign palaces and try to place them in high- salary positions.

In order to successfully apply for positions at other palaces (and try to ensure a high income), you must convince the palace owner of your scholar's excellent qualities.

Competition for each position is fierce, and even a hired scholar can be replaced. Everything is allowed-a little bribe under the table, promises, threats, persuasiveness, and flattery-and every promise can be broken. …



Components

  • 50 path cards
  • temple gameboard
  • 2 plastic platform pieces
  • 8 explorer pawns
  • one 20 sided die
  • instructions

Object of the Game

Be the first to move your two pawns around the gameboard and into Ah Kinchil's Treasure Chamber in the center to win!


Assembly

  1. Line up the two pLastic pLatform pieces so they form a circle in the center.

  2. Push the two pieces together to form one unit.

  3. Line up the round pegs on this pLastic unit with the hoLes in the gameboard and anchor the pLastic to the board. …


The strategy for Smartrix can be appreciated on different levels. At the most basic level, when playing the simplified version given at the end of the rules, it can be treated as a fun and simple matching game.

For experienced players, however, Smartrix provides a captivating challenge, combining memory, risk-taking, tactics, and a touch of luck for the sake of suspense.



Components

  • 70 playing cards
  • Instructions


Object of the Game

Players earn points every time they place a card that forms a sequence of 5 matching cards, known as a set. …




Components

  • 39 Cards
  • 5 Reference Cards
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Players pass cards to their left, simultaneously, trying to collect three of the same cards. Once a player has a set of three cards, that player calls out",stop!"

The game pauses, and the player then makes the face that matches the emotion shown on the set of cards to the other players, who must guess that emotion to win points.


Setup

Each player receives a Reference Card and places it face up on the table. Any remaining Reference Cards are not needed and put back into the box. …



Components

  • Game Board
  • 4 Robot Turtle Tiles
  • 4 Jewel Tiles
  • 4 Bug Tiles
  • 4 Code Card Decks
  • 20 Stone Walls
  • 12 Ice Walls
  • 4 Crates
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

At the Start of the Game, the Turtle Mover (grownup) should read these rules out loud! for the turtle masters (kids):

"The goal of the game is to get your Robot Turtle to the matching colored Jewel! When you land on the matching Jewel you can pick it up. Everyone who gets their Jewel wins!"




Game Play

  1. "You are the Turtle Master. On your turn, you will decide which way you want your Turtle to turn or move. Select one of your Code Cards and place it in front of you but don't move your Turtle". …


Many scientists believe that animals first took to the sky approximately 350 million years ago. This event marked a monumental transformation in Earth's biological ecosystem. The addition of wings enabled animals to seek out food from the air and easily relocate when food became scarce.

Flying also helped creatures to effectively evade predators. However, due to the enormous amount of energy that wings required, avian creatures had to eat more food for their body size than any other species on the planet. …



Components

  • 4 Maps of River World
  • 11 Event Markers
  • 1 Caravel
  • 12 Pirate Ships
  • Instructions

To play with this expansion, you will also need the following contents from Small World: race banners, special power badges, markers, victory coins, and the reinforcement die.

Note: we strongly recommend that you remove the "Flying" special power before playing with this expansion.


Setup

Follow the regular Small World Set-Up, but add the following steps:

♦ After placing the Lost Tribes, place one pirate ship on each River region marked with a pirate symbol. …


Welcome to Cranium Tune Twister, where you put your own creative twists on familiar tunes. Build your twisted tunes one line at a time, then grab the microphone to perform your masterpieces with style and flair!


Components

  • 20 rewritable song cards
  • 5 secret song keepers
  • 6 dry-erase pens
  • eraser
  • microphone
  • scorecard
  • instructions

Object of the Game

Win the most points by writing and singing silly new lyrics.


Setup

Put one song card face down on the table and set out the eraser.

The player whose birthday is coming up next is the first judge. Give the judge the scorecard, a pen, and the microphone. …