Components

  • Lockable grid
  • Top locking mechanism
  • 21 yellow checkers
  • 21 red checkers
  • Scoring sliders

Object of the Game



Be the first player to get four of the same checkers in a row horizontally, vertically or diagonally.


Game Play

  1. Make sure the PopOut bar on the bottom is closed.

  2. Decide which player starts.

  3. Players will alternate turn after playing a checker.

  4. On your turn, drop one of your checkers down any of the slots in the top of the grid.

  5. Players alternates until one player gets 4 checkers of his color in a row. …


Setup

Place all letter tiles in the pouch or facedown besides the board. Then mix or shuffle them.

Draw a letter to decide who will start to play. The one with the letter closest to "A" starts. A blank title beats any letter.

When both players draw the same letter, draw another one. Now return all letters to the pool and remix (shuffle) them. …



Components

  • 1 Pie Thrower
  • 1 Throwing Arm
  • 2 Handles
  • 1 Chin Rest
  • 1 Splash Card Mask
  • 1 Spinner
  • 1 Sponge
  • Rulebook

Setup

  1. Insert the mask between the chin rest slot and front retaining clips on the thrower.

  2. Push the chin rest into the slot on the thrower, allowing it to further secure the mask in place. Be careful not to bend the mask.

  3. Gently push the handles into place on both sides of the thrower. Make sure the slots correspond accordingly.

  4. Push the throwing arm into the slot on the triggering mechanism without turning the handles. …



Components

  • 2 Double-Sided Game Boards
  • 14 Fantasy Races with matching banner & tokens
  • 20 Special Power badges
  • 10 Troll Lairs, 9 Mountains, 2 Holes, 6 Fortresses, 5 Encampments, Game Turn Marker
  • 2 Heroes & 1 Dragon
  • 109 Victory Coins
  • 6 Player Summary Sheets
  • 1 Reinforcement Die
  • 1 Rules Booklet

Setup

  • Pick the map that matches the number of players and place it on the table.

  • Place the Game Turn marker on the first spot of the map's Game Turn track.

    The track is used to monitor the game's progress. The game ends at the end of the turn in which the Game Turn marker reaches the last position on the track. …



Components

  • Pay Day game board
  • PAYDAY money
  • 48 Mail cards
  • 24 Deal cards
  • 6 Tokens
  • 1 Die
  • Loan record pad

Object of the Game

To be the player with the most cash at the end of the game after playing through one or more months.


Setup

  • Decide how may "months" you'll play: How many times will you go through the calendar from Monday the 1 st to Wednesday the 3 1 st?

    Note: We recommend a minimum of 2 months.

    With 4 players, a 3-month game takes about one hour, a 6-month game about 2 hours. …



Components

  • 48 marbles (6 each of 8 different colors)
  • 2 boards
  • 1 shaker


Object of the Game

Fill your board as best as you can by placing sets of three marbles at a time, according to the pattern in the shaker.


Setup

Give each player a board along with 24 marbles - three marbles each of the eight different colors. (Place your marbles into the open well of your board). Place the shaker in the middle of the playing area.




Game Play

The first player to name a popular "trio" starts the game. On your turn, shake the shaker and note the pattern created by the three balls. …



Components

  • Deluxe Motorized Game Unit
  • 21 Colorful Fish
  • 4 Plastic Fishing Rods
  • Complete Instructions
  • Requires 1C Battery (not included)

Setup

Turn the battery switch (located on top of the game base) to the "off" position.

Open the battery compartment using a coin or screw driver (next to battery switch) and insert one "C" size battery in the direction indicated inside the battery compartment.

Close the battery compartment once the battery is inside.

Each player takes a fishing pole. Turn the battery switch to the "on" position; the base will start rotating. …



Components

  • Wooden Gameboard,
  • 60 Pegs (10 pegs each of six colors)

Object of the Game

Be the first to move all your pegs across the board to occupy the star point directly opposite your starting point.


Setup

Choose a set of 10 pegs of the same color and place them on one of the star points. When 2 play, players take opposite points; when 3 play, every other point, and so on.



Video Tutorial



Game Play

Choose a player to go first. On your turn, move any one of your pegs by the movement rules described below. After you move one peg, your turn is over. The game continues with players alternating turns. …



Components

  • A board
  • Two dice
  • Tokens for each player
  • 32 houses and 12 Hotels
  • 16 Chance and 16 Community Chest cards
  • 28 Title Deed cards for each property
  • Money

Setup

  1. Place the board on a table.
  2. the Chance and Community Chest cards face down on their allotted spaces on the board.
  3. Each player chooses one token to represent them while traveling around the board.
  4. Each player is given $1500 divided as follows:

2 x $500's, 2 x $100's, 2 x $50's, 6 x $20's, 5 x $10's, 5 x $5's, and 5 x $1's. …


Chess is a game played between two opponents on opposite sides of a board containing 64 squares of alternating colors.

The player using the white pieces moves first in Chess. Players generally decide who will get to be white by chance such having one player guess the color of the hidden pawn in the other player's hand.

Each player is obligated to move on their turn.

There are six kinds of pieces in chess: king, queen, rook, bishop, knight and the pawn. …