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Components

  • 1 rubber chicken
  • 1 exploding hen house
  • 1 egg
  • 1 egg token
  • 6 chick tokens
  • 1 dice
  • Rulebook

Game Play

The youngest player starts the game and play moves in a clockwise direction.

On your turn, roll the dice. Then push down firmly on the chicken's chest (as shown below) the number of times shown on the dice.

If nothing happens play moves on to the next player.

If the hen house bursts open and the chicken SQUAWKS and lays her egg: pick up the egg and crack it open, letting the egg token fall onto the table... …



First! Being first is way cool, right? But why? In this quick and crazy game you will have to be Second to get the big points!

That is so much cooler! And now get this: After 5 stages the winner will be the one who has scored the second-most points. It can't get any better than this!

Components

  • 1 game board (2 halves)
  • 6 Figures
  • 6 Color cards
  • 32 Race cards
  • Rulebook

You will also need a pen and paper (not included).

Setup

Put the two halves of the game board together and put the completed board in the middle of the play area. …



Components

  • 1 Standard Die
  • Four Girl Playing Pieces
  • Game Board
  • 48 Outfit Cards
  • A Mystery Date Door With Photos Of Dates Inside
  • Rulebook

Object of the Game

The goal is for the player to collect cards in order to be ready for the date that will appear when she opens the door.

Game Elements

The board - the playing spaces, arranged around the outside edge of the board, contain messages instructing the player how to proceed.

The mystery door is the centerpiece of the gameboard. The knob opens the door to reveal one of the four dates, or the dud. …



Components

  • Dimensional plastic game board unit
  • 4 sets of 20 colorful playing pieces
  • 4 scoring pegs
  • illustrated instructions

The Cir*Kis board, which has a storage compartment and scoring track for each player and a central playing area, and 4 sets of plastic pieces.

Each set consists of 20 pieces and a scoring peg.

Object of the Game

Players take turns placing a piece on the board next to the last piece played (the "Leader"). Completing Circles and Stars scores points.

The first player to score 40 points wins the game. The game can also end if one player plays his final piece or if no further plays are possible, in which case high score wins. …



Components

  • 4 Tubes
  • 3 Connectors
  • Wobbly Worm Head
  • Neck Connector
  • Apple Base
  • 9 Rings
  • Rulebook

Object of the Game

A tasty red apple fell off the tree and rolled around and around on the ground. Out popped a Worm, and now he's all Wobbly! Be the first to get all three of your hoops over Wobbly Worm's head, and you win!

Adjusting Game Difficulty

You can adjust the difficulty of Wobbly Worm to better match the ages of the players. The more tubes you add, the greater the difficulty. …



You and your opponents spell words with stackable letter tiles on the special game- board to score points.

You build words by playing letters across or down the board and by stacking letters on top of letters already on the board to form different words. It's this 3-dimensional game play that makes UPWORDS so unique and challenging to play.

You score points for each letter in your word and every letter tile under each letter of your word. Letters can be stacked five tiles high so your score can really add up fast. Build words, stack letters. Score high and have fun! …



Gameplay for this board game differs slightly to the TV Show so we advise you take time to read the rules.

Components

  • 50 Fast Money Cards
  • 50 Face Off Cards
  • 6 X Cards
  • 1 Fast Money Pad
  • 2 Face Off Pads
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

To have the most points at the end of the game by matching the most popular survey answers.

Setup

Set up the Scorepads and have a pencil ready. (pencil not included)

Each Face Off card contains one survey question. Each Fast Money card contains five questions. Shuffle cards. …



Components

  • 30 Noodles
  • Bowl
  • Yeti

Object of the Game

Carefully remove noodles without being the one to let Yeti fall in the bowl!

Setup

Place the Bowl on a flat, level surface. Lay the Noodles across the top of the Bowl, criss-crossing in a random way.

Set Yeti gently on top of the noodles (in the center is best).

There are two rules you really have to know:

  • If you touch a Noodle, then that is the one you must remove.

  • You may use both hands to remove the Noodle, but you can only use one hand at a time. …



Components

  • 300 Cards (1800 Threezer Riddles!)
  • 1 Game Board
  • 12 Pawns
  • Category Die
  • 1 Number Die.
  • Rulebook

Object of the Game

Players advance their Pawns on three paths by correctly solving TriBond Threezer Riddles.

The first Player (or Team) to get all three of their Pawns to the Finish Spaces at the end of the three paths wins!

Setup

Each Player (or Team) chooses three Pawns of the same color.

Place one of your Pawns on each of the three Start Spaces in the center of the Game Board. …



Components

  • 64 Qwitch Cards,
  • 12 Directions Cards
  • Storage Tin
  • Rulebook

Object of the Game

Be the first player to get rid of all your cards by thinking quickly to go up or down numerically or alphabetically!

Setup

Shuffle the Direction Cards (+, -, =) and place them in a pile face-down near the center of the playing area.

Shuffle the Qwitch Cards (letter/ number) and place one face-up in the center of the playing area (next to the Direction Card pile) so everyone can reach it. This will be your discard pile. …



Components

  • 300 Cards
  • 1 Pad of Paper
  • 1 Die
  • 1 Timer
  • 6 Character Game Pieces
  • 1 Game Board
  • Rulebook

Object of the Game

To Have Fun! Duh! Why else would you play a board game?

Okay, for those of you who require a little more 'structure', here ya go:Your goal is to get to the last space on the board (the one with the rocket ship on it).

You'll be rolling die, reading some cards,and generally acting outrageously foolish on your way there. Better buckle your seatbelt, it's gonna be a bumpy ride! …



Components

  • 160 Cards:
  • 4 decks each of 40 cards in 4 colors
  • Rulebook

Object of the Game

Get rid of the cards in your Ligretto Stack before your opponents by quickly placing cards of the same color in numerical order on the piles in the center of the table!

Setup

Sort the cards into 4 decks of 40 cards determined by the pattern on the back of the cards (spheres, pyramids, cubes and crystals).

Give each player a deck of 40 cards. Each player should note the pattern and color on the backof their deck, which remains their deck for the entire game. Players shuffle their decks. …



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