Components

  • 200 topic cards
  • 12 numbered scoring tokens
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Be the first player to win three cards over a series of rounds by shouting out the most correct answers to the written topics.


Setup

Remove the scoring tokens from the box and scatter them face down in the center of the playing area. Place the box of cards within reach of all players.


Game Play

That's It! is played over a series of rounds. Whoever most recently played "Tag" starts the first round by being the Reader. …



Components

  • 48 Player Cards (4 sets of 12)
  • 12 Find-It Cards
  • 1 Color Die
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Match pictures on your Player cards with the pictures on the Find-It cards. If you're the first to play a match, you get keep the Find-It card. The player who collects the most Find-It cards wins.



Setup

Sort all the cards into five separate piles based on the card back colors. The four sets of solid color backed cards are the Player cards. Every player should choose a set and hold it in their hands. …



Components

  • 100 Character cards
  • 100 Event cards
  • 20 second timer
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Be the first player to collect five Event cards by winning debates about which famous person would win a randomly chosen event.


Setup

Shuffle the Character and Event decks separately and place them within easy reach of all players. Select a timekeeper to manage the 20 second timer.



Game Play

Play begins with the player to the left of the timekeeper and proceeds clockwise. On your first turn, your opponent will be the player to your left. On your next turn, it will be the player two spots to your left. …


The Cinque Terre is a rugged, coastal section on the Italian Riviera and is composed of five villages. The villages are known for their beauty, culture, food, and proximity to one another.

Produce carts are commonly found in each village marketplace. In this game of strategy, players compete to sell the most valuable produce in the five villages. Players act as farmers and operate carts in which they will harvest produce and deliver them to the five villages to sell. …



Components

  • Money board with stand
  • Money board covers
  • 26 Briefcases
  • 26 Value/money cards
  • Play money
  • Instructions

Two-player Version


Object of the Game

To try to make the best deal possible by either keeping the briefcase that you first choose or by getting an offer from your host/banker that's worth even more.


Setup

One person is the host/banker and the other player is the contestant. After the game is over, players can switch roles and see who ended up with the better deal. …


Whatzit can be played by 3 to 6 players. If there are more than 6 players, form teams. Each team plays with one pawn and works together to solve the Whatzits.


Components

  • 1 Gameboard
  • 1 Gard Box
  • 576 Gards
  • 6 Pawns
  • 1 Timer
  • 1 White Die
  • 1 Black Die
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Solve Whatzits and race to the Winner's Circle space on the gameboard. Once on the Winner's Circle, solve a Whatzit to win the game.


Setup

Choose a pawn and place it on the Starting Square of the gameboard. All players do the same. Place the timer and dice within reach of all players. …


When this adorable elephant takes a deep breath and blows, dozens of colorful butterflies fly out of his 4-foot trunk! Can you catch them in your butterfly net?


Components

  • ELEFUN body
  • 4-foot trunk attached to a plastic ring
  • 4 butterfly nets
  • 4 plastic handles and rims
  • 30 butterflies
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

To be the player who catches the most butterflies!


Assembly Nets

  1. Turn the net handle over so the word "ELEFUN" is facing down.

  2. Insert the unattached end of the rim into the opening in the top edge of the net. Then slide the net around the rim. …


Drakon, the old dragon, has captured a brave band of heroes sneaking into her lair to steal her gold. Rather than eat them immediately, she has decided to make a game of it, and greed shall set one hero free.

She has released the frightened heroes into the entrance of her magical labyrinth, and the first to collect 10 gold from her maze gets to go free. The rest get to be lunch.

In Drakon, two to six players assume the roles of mighty heroes trapped in Drakon's lair. Players place chamber tiles to create the lair, and they move around exploring the lair and collecting coins in order to buy their freedom. …


Shogi is one of the forms of chess which is generally thought to have developed from the game Shaturanga or Shatranj. It is the Japanese form of the game which is known in the West as 'Chess' - more correctly, 'International Chess'. Shogi is the Japanese form of the game. There are others, for example Chinese Chess (Xiang-chi).

Shogi is similar to International Chess in that it is played between two players ('black' and 'white'), and that the object is to checkmate the opponent's king. Shogi is also very different from International Chess (hereafter called simply Chess). Here are a few of the differences: …


Timbuktu - a city wrapped in legends at the edge of the Sahara. It is the target destination for innumerable caravans, loaded with the most precious of goods. From oasis to oasis the camels travel. Yet their safety is deceptive, for in every oasis there are thieves lurking - only too willing to lighten the caravan's load.

The only chance the players have is the scanty information about the thieves'objectives. So each and every caravan driver tries to avoid them in order to deliver the greatest number and the most valuable of goods safely to Timbuktu! …