• 504 Picture Cards
  • 144 Caption Cards.
  • Rulebook


Shuffle the deck of white Caption Cards and place it face down in the center of the table. Shuffle the deck of red Picture Cards and deal 8 cards to each player.

Separate the remaining Picture Cards into several smaller decks and place them around the table so a deck is within easy reach of every player.

Game Play

PicWits is played in rounds. Every round needs a judge. The player who last used a camera will judge the first round. If there is disagreement, the youngest player will be the first judge. …


  • 108 playing cards: 3 of each of the thirty-six cards shown at right
  • Rulebook

Object of the Game

The object of the game is to make the most Qwirkles.

A Qwirkle is a run of 6 cards that are either all the same shape or all the same color, without any duplicates.


Shuffle the cards thoroughly. Deal 9 cards to each player. Put the remainder of the deck to one side of the play area. The player with the largest set of cards that are all one shape or all one color, without duplicates, goes first. If there is a …

Alternate Game Modes

  1. Blitz

    Teams alternate running out the timer and guess as many cards as they can. Team #1 starts the timer and begins guessing cards.

    Once one player has finished another player from the same team continues, then another player from the same team goes and so on until the timer runs out.

    When the timer runs out it's the other team's turn to guess as many cards as they can in the 60 seconds. First to collect 21 cards wins.

  2. Solo Blitz

    The play begins with one person starting the timer and trying to get his/her team to guess as many cards as they can before the timer runs out. The play then moves counter-clockwise to one member of the other team. …

  • Customizing The Game

    To customize the game, you may subtract the word tiles, the theme, or both! Do what works best for your players to make it the most fun.

  • Interpreting Pictures

    After a Jabber chooses the pictures, players should not describe them to the group so players can interpret the pictures for themselves.

    Globetrotter Cards

  • Writing About Pictures

    Players must refer to anything about each picture chosen by the Jabber for their stories. If a player does not refer to something about each picture, that player's story will not earn a point but can still be chosen as a favorite story by the Jabber and earn a point that way. …


  • 108 blocks, in 6 colors and with 6 different shapes.
  • one bag
  • one instruction booklet

Object of the Game

Create and expand lines of color and shape strategically in order to score the most points.


You need a paper and pencil to keep the score.

Place all the tiles in the bag.

Each player draws 6 tiles and places them that no other player can see them. This is your deck.

Find the player with the most tiles sharing one characteristic. That player plays those tiles in a row or column and the number of tiles is the score for that first turn. …

Have the most money when any other player goes bankrupt (hasn't got the cash to pay rent, buy a property they land on, or pay a Chance card fee).


  • 1 Gameboard
  • 4 Tokens
  • 20 Chance Cards
  • 48 Sold Signs
  • 90 x M1 Banknotes
  • 4 Who's Your Token?
  • Character Cards
  • 1 Die

Object of the Game

Zoom around the board, buy every property you land on, collect money and pick up Chance cards. When one player runs out of money, the others count their cash.

The player with the most money wins! …

Codenames: Harry Potter is a cooperative word game for two or more players. As operatives for the Order of the Phoenix in Diagon Alley, you must pass secret information to other Members of the Order.

Each operative knows the location of 9 Members that the other must contact. Communicating in coded messages, they sneak past Death Eaters in an attempt to complete their mission before time runs out.

A Key card gives you 9 Code cards to give clues for and 3 cards your partner must avoid. A clue is only one word, but it can point to multiple cards that you want your partner to guess. …

Spot it Jr.! is a card game consisting of 31 cards, each decorated with 6 animals of different sizes.

There are more than 30 different animals in all. One-and only one-animal match exists between any two cards. Get ready to Spot it!

Before you start playing...

If you've never played Spot it! before, familiarize yourselves by drawing two cards at random and placing them face-up on the table so that everyone can see.

Find the matching animals between these two cards (same shape, same color; only the size may be different). The first player to spot the matching animal must call out its name and draw two new cards, placing them on the table. …

Wecome to the adult party edition of Telestrations - the sketchin' and guessin' version of the classic "telephone" game... that goes where no Telestrations game has gone before to create even more laugh-out-loud party fun!


  • 100 Cards with 1200 words and phrases
  • 8 coasters
  • 8 Erasable Sketch Books
  • 8 Dry-Erase Markers
  • 8 Clean-Up Cloths
  • Rulebook

Object of the Game

Draw what you see, then guess what you saw, laugh a lot, blush a little and have a ton of fun.

Who knows, you might even reveal your hidden fantasies! …


  • 150 charade cards with 450 charades
  • game die
  • sand timer
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Be the first player to collect three cards by correctly guessing three charades.


Place the deck, face down, on a table.

Game Play

The youngest person will start the game; the player to their left will tell them when time is up.

On your turn roll the game die and turn the top card over. Look at the charade that corresponds to the number that you rolled. …