It was a lovely spring morning; birds were singing, flowers were blooming, giants were getting new tattoos, and the rest of the Small World inhabitants were preparing for another day of conquest.

An eerie silence settled on the land as a huge shadow glided over forest and mountain. Had the Wizards accidentally given their flocks of sheep flight again?

All eyes turned to the horizon as an archipelago of Sky Islands floated over Small World…and realization dawned at the same time as the sun. …



Components

  • board
  • 42 small playing pieces
  • 9 large playing pieces
  • 2 dice
  • Instructions

Classic Tic Tac Toe


Object of the Game

Get three Xs or Os in a row.


Setup

  1. Set out the large Xs and Os and the game board.

  2. Each player selects either X or O and collects their pieces.

  3. The player whose birthday is coming up next goes first.


Game Play

Take turns putting an X or O in an empty spot on the board.



End of the Game

The first player to get three Xs or Os in a row down, across, or diagonally wins! …



Components

  • 1 Figure
  • 1 Rectangular Prop
  • 1 Dry Erase Marker
  • 1 Wiping Cloth
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Be the first team to reach 15 points by correctly answering clues drawn on the PICTIONARY MAN and his prop!


Setup

Divide players into 2 teams. The team that goes first will be Team 1.

Each team selects who will be the Picturist - the player who will draw the clues on their first turn. The role of Picturist will rotate among the team players on each turn throughout the game. …


Pictionary Team Relay is a game where you get teammates to guess a clue not by using words, but by drawing it out on a pad of paper!



Component

  • 1 Disc Holder
  • 1 Timer (60 seconds)
  • 50 Discs
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Your team will attempt to draw and guess FOUR clues in one minute. It's a relay because as your team guesses each clue, a NEW teammate draws the next clue, and so on.

If your team guesses all four clues correctly before time runs out, you win the disc. The first team to earn 5 discs wins! …


Make your way across the grid of tiles, opening and locking doors. Be the first to cross the precarious maze of doors and reach the opposite side.


Components

  • 6 characters & 6 stands
  • 24 Open Door tiles
  • 8 Barred Door tiles
  • 4 Extra Key tiles
  • 4 Extra Turn tiles
  • 28 Key cards
  • 10 Skeleton Key cards
  • 6 Padlock cards
  • 5 Secret Passage cards
  • 3 Hacksaw cards
  • 2 Net cards

Setup

Shuffle the DOOR tiles, and place them in a grid (to create the Castle). If there are only 2 players, build a 5x8 grid. If there are 3 or 4 players, build a 6x6 grid. Make sure the closed side of the doors are facing up. …



Components

  • 36 plastic blocks in 4 colors
  • 10 Rule cards
  • 10 Score cards
  • 144 Shape cards
  • 1 sandtimer
  • 1 "Your Rule" card

Overview

Brick party is a game played in teams of two players, which change from round to round. In each team, one player must explain how to build the structure on a card while the other player tries to build it.

Brick Party can also be played with the "SPRINT Rules", in which each player plays alone. The SPRINT rules can also be played by younger children. You can find the SPRINT rules at the end of this rulebook. …



Components

  • 104 story cards
  • 8 suggestion cards
  • 1 die
  • 1 scorecard
  • 8 storyboards
  • 8 dry erase markers
  • Chips - Blue (5 points), Red (2 points), White (1 point)

Object of the Game

Be the first player to earn 16 squares on the scorecard. Players accomplish this by sharing stories, life experiences, and memories sparked by the story starters on the story cards.

A roll of the die determines the method the other players retell the story - either as a Headline, Tweet, Text, or Comic Strip/Picture.

The storyteller ranks the responses based on how well each player makes the Long Story - Short! …



Components

  • 4 Sand Dollar Tiles
  • 28 Footprint Tokens
  • 1 Food Truck Token and
  • 1 Foodie Token
  • 78 Feature Cards
  • 25 Sand Dollars
  • 1 Start Player Token
  • 3 Scoring Objective Tiles
  • 4 Reference Cards
  • 30 Locals
  • 4 Sand Dollar Multipliers
  • 6 Starting Feature Tiles
  • 30 Tourists
  • 1 Scorepad
  • 8 VIPs
  • Rulebook

Object of the Game

In Santa Monica, you are trying to create the most appealing oceanfront in Southern California. You can choose to create a calm, quiet beach focusing on nature, a bustling beach full of tourists, or something in between to appeal to the locals. …



Components

  • 1 Pizza Game Board
  • 3 Pizza Cutters
  • 3 Wooden Dice in the 3 player colors
  • 48 Pizza Toppings
  • Instructions

Setup

1. Place the Pizza in the center of the table with the 3 players each directly facing one of the arrows on the board. (Players having the proper perspective on the board is important).

2. Randomly choose a starting player. Rotate the Pizza so that the "1st" text is facing that player.

3. Each player takes a Pizza Cutter (the wooden skewer); a die and the toppings of their color. …



Components

  • Rubik's Cage
  • 24 Cubies
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

The player who aligns three of his/her Cubies of the same color in a row on one face of Rubik's Cage - vertically, horizontally or diagonally-wins!


Setup

Players begin the game with Rubik's Cage empty. Note that there is a removable door at the top and the bottom of Rubik's Cage and that Rubik's Cage also rotates on two axes.

  • 2- player game: Each player selects three different sets of colored Cubies. For example, Player 1 selects the red, blue, and yellow Cubies, and Player 2 selects the green, orange and white Cubies. Each player should have 12 Cubies. …