• 56 cards
  • 1 bell
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Each player turns over a card in the order of play. As soon as the revealed cards show exactly 5 fruits of the same kind, the first player to ring the bell wins all of the revealed cards.

The goal of the game is to win the largest number of cards.


Put the bell in the middle of the table, on a cloth or a piece of felt to protect your table. Select a dealer. He shuffles the cards and deals them out face-down to the players, one at a time until all of the cards have been dealt. …

One player leads a party of hunters and lumberjacks. The other player leads foxes and bears. The two parties hunt each other. There are also ducks and pheasants, which are hunted by both parties.

At first, all of the tiles are face-down on the game board. The person whose turn it is flips one face up - or makes a move using one of the tiles that is already face up.


  • 1 Game board
  • 8 Tiles with blue backgrounds:
  • 2 bear tiles and 6 fox tiles
  • 10 Tiles with brown backgrounds:
  • 2 lumberjack tiles and 8 hunter tiles
  • 30 Neutral tiles: 7 duck, 8 pheasant, and 15 tree (deciduous and conifer trees) tiles.
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

The player who has bagged the most prey by the time all the tiles have been turned face up is the winner. …

Name 5 is a party game. Certain Name 5 categories are more open-ended than others. Certain categories are more subjective, where others are very direct and have a limited number of correct responses.

For this reason, we found it impossible to put each and every correct answer in this box. We encourage you to police yourselves while playing.

If you'd like to issue a challenge to a certain answer, put it to a vote, or look it up. Failing that, simply choose another card and play that Name 5 challenge. …

Rummoli can be played by two to eight players on the "Rummoli" playing surface with a standard deck of playing cards (minus the Joker) and counters or chips.


  • Jumbo game board
  • 1 set of playing chips
  • 1 set of playing cards
  • Instructions

Start the game

The players cut the cards to determine the dealer of the original hand- Ace is high. The playing chips or counters are divided evenly among the players. Each player places a counter on each of the nine sections of the playing cover and the dealer deals out the cards, one at a time, dealing an extra hand which is known as the "Widow". …


  • Canvas play mat
  • 52 Black and white discs
  • 1 Red center disc
  • Durable carry bag
  • Rulebook

Note: Polarity contains magnets. Do not allow the magnets to come in contact with anything that could be damaged by magnetic fields.

Object of the Game

Play all of your discs to the play mat and gain as many points as you can. Place your own discs in places that will make it difficult for your opponent to place his or her own, causing him or her to mess up and let you capture discs and form Towers. …

  • Human Resources Manager

    All Worker cards allow you to obtain any resource. At the end of the game, the player that has this card in front of himself gains 5 Points.

  • Landowner

    You pay 1 coin less when obtaining a resource. At the end of the game, the player that has this card in front of himself gains 4 Points.

  • Seignior

    You can obtain 2 resources (of the same kind or of different kinds) indicated on the played Worker card. You have to pay for both. At the end of the game, the player that has this card in front of himself gains 3 Points. …


  • 5 decks of 35 cards
  • Game Instructions

Object of the Game

Be the first player to score 100 points by collecting the most cards from the center stacks.

The Cards

Ratuki is not your traditional card game. each color deck has 35 cards containing different numbers and symbols for 1-5 and two wild Ratuki cards. see below for example of each. Any reference to a number in these instructions includes all symbols.

In Ratuki, everyone maintains their own 3 card piles: draw, discard and scoring, and at the same time everyone plays on multiple center stacks in the middle of the table. …


  • Gameboard
  • 4 pawns
  • 540 game cards
  • 2 dice
  • Scoring Chips
  • Sand Timer
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

is to match the answers on the game cards - what's called hitting Bullseyes! You score points each round for doing so, and the first player/team to reach the Finish space wins the game.


How do you want to play? For up to 3-4 players, you compete against others in Individual Play.

For more than 3-4 players, divide into teams for Team Play (either just two teams competing Head-to-Head, or up to 4 teams, with any number of players per team, as long as they sit together). …


Most buildings have only one action associated with them: receive 1 or 2 items (commodities, special tiles or Ownership markers).

If the good is not available in sufficient quantities, the player gets whatever is left (this can be nothing). No matter the quantity received, the action is considered as taken.

  • Guild Hall

    Draw the first card from the Large order card pile and add it to your hand.

  • City Hall

    Draw the first two cards from the Small order pile and add them to your hand. …


  • Game Board
  • 200 questions about popular culture, geography, arts, history, science and more...
  • Playing pieces
  • Die
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Wit's end is a mind game where players progress around and up a multi-level gameboard by correctly answering questions from four unique card categories.

The gameboard is separated into different colored levels (blue, green, red and purple), with blue being the bottom level. The levels are linked by a series of arrows which allow players to advance on the board. …