It should be easy to name three 3 items in a category but can you do it under the pressure of 5 seconds twisting down and with the other players staring at you?Time is not on your side in this game so blurt what comes to mind and enjoy the ridiculous answers! Recommended for ages 10 and up. for 3 or more players.
Relive the glory days of Michael Jordan, Iron Maiden, Ghetto Blasters, and Nintendo. 80’s 90’s Trivia is a totally radical blast from the past! Categories include movies, TV, music, sports, and culture. Sample questions include: Movie – What is Indiana Jones’ first name: James, Walter, or Henry? TV – What Seinfeld co-creator later appeared in his own comedy called Curb Your Enthusiasm? Music – Belinda Carlisle was a membr of what all-girl band? Sports – What hockey player sat out 24 games for radiation therapy during the 1992-1993 season and still won the NHL scoring title? Culture – What shoes did Michael Jordan introduce in 1985?
Brix brings a new dimension to tic-tac-toe, with players building a wall of X and O bricks by stacking their pieces on top of each other. The first player to align four of their symbol or color in a row wins the game. In more detail, the bricks are effectively two cubes pushed together, with half the brick being orange and the other half blue; when an orange face shows an X, the blue face shows an O and vice versa. Each turn the active player adds one brick to the wall either vertically or horizontally, with each new brick connecting to existing bricks on at least one face and at most eight symbols in a horizontal row. If no one has won by the time that all bricks are in the wall, then on their turn players remove one brick and place it in a new location; if you knock the wall over on your turn, you lose.
What better way to celebrate all things great about Canada than with this easy family board game? Make your way around the Canada-Opoly board as you collect Territories, Western Provinces, Central Canada and Atlantic. Avoid uniquely Canadian problems like hockey equipment fees while you learn friendly facts about polar bears and bison! Other exclusive properties in Canada-opoly include Vancouver’s Science World, The Toronto Film Festival, Quebec Winter Carnival and the Calgary Stampede! Canada-Opoly is recommended for 2-6 players ages 8 and up.
What is the snowiest provincial capital in Canada? Back in 1962, why was the Grey Cup game between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats suspended with only minutes left to play? What do finance ministers traditionally wear on Budget Day? What Canadian pianist is best known for his recording of Bach’s Goldberg Variations? “Sorry” was what singer’s first video to reach 2 billion views on YouTube?
Canadian Trivia Family Edition is not only a fun board game, but also an informative way for families to test their knowledge of Canada. Canadian Trivia cards have two sides full of fun facts – one with easier questions and the other with more difficult questions, allowing families of all ages to play the board game together. The board game includes 1,440 expert level questions in four categories (geography, history, arts, general) and 1,080 junior level questions in three categories (geography, history, general). But, don’t let the name fool you, it’s not only for families…it’s a great party game, game night gathering with friends, you’ll see it in coffee shops, it’s played at Universities and other schools too! This best selling board game is great for any occasion!
Two rival spymasters know the secret identities of 25 agents. Their teammates know the agents only by their CODENAMES. In Codenames, two teams compete to see who can make contact with all of their agents first. Spymasters give one-word clues that can point to multiple words on the board. Their teammates try to guess words of the right color while avoiding those that belong to the opposing team. And everyone wants to avoid the assassin. Codenames: Win or lose, it’s fun to figure out the clues.
This fast-paced word game will strengthen quick-thinking skills and leave everyone wondering which way is up! Players roll the die to determine a category (such as “Games & Hobbies” or “In the Kitchen”) and then draw a card. The first player to figure out the jumbled letters shouts out the word to win the card. You may need to read from right to left or from the bottom up, and unique fonts and rotated letters add to the topsy-turvy challenge. The player to collect 20 cards first wins! Includes 540 word cards and 1 large die. Age Recommendation: Ages 10 and up
Whether you are looking for solitary entertainment, exciting competition or a cooperative challenge, Double Shutter is it! Roll the dice, add up the dots and find the best combination of numbered tiles to shut down. Have the lowest point total to win! In this addictive adding game of chance and strategy, the ultimate goal is to knock down both rows of tiles. Double Shutter is a fun educational game to help teach addition. Kids will want to play again and again until they shut the super box!
Eternas is a fun new 3-dimensional strategy game of four in a row. The rules and concepts are simple enough to appeal to kids from 6 to 96 yeas of age. But, don’t let the simplicity fool you. While Eternas is quick and easy to learn, there is a depth of strategy that will keep you thinking. Eternas is a four in a row style game in which the first player to place four bead of their color in a row, either vertically, horizontally or diagonally, wins the game. Conceived around the shape of the circle (the symbol for eternity) Eternas was designed for borderless play. The rules have been drafted so that there is always a winner, no ties, stalemates, or cat’s games. Hand crafted from high quality hardwoods, Eternas is pretty enough to be left out on the coffee table or bookshelf to be played again and again.
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