Popular Games & Puzzle Gifts
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Aggravation is a board game for up to six players. Originally marketed in 1962 as a game for children, families soon realized that everyone enjoyed playing the fast paced, roll and move marble game. The object is to be the first player to have all four plastic marble playing pieces reach the player's home section of the board. The game's name comes from capturing an opponent's piece by landing on its space, which is known as "aggravating".
Trivial Pursuit Hints Game
It's a whole different way to play the Trivial Pursuit game. The Trivial Pursuit Hints game is an electronic, hand-held party game that you can play anytime, anywhere with your friends and family. Now you get 3 helpful hints to help you guess each answer. But watch out! The more hints you use, the less points your team will score. Can you guess the answer on the first hint for the most points, or will you need to get another one? The team with the most points at the end of the game wins.
Fredericks & Mae Paper Games
Put down your smartphone and pick up a pencil! This fresh interpretation of classic paper-and-pencil games features five tear-off pads with colorful edging and sleek modern graphics. The set includes five two-player games, some familiar and some new: three-dimensional Tic-Tac-Toe, Dots & Boxes, Hedron, Nim, and Hex. Each pad has 150 sheets for a total of 750 single games, enough to keep players of any age happy for hours! The instructions are printed on the base of each pad.
No controllers are necessary as you join forces with Mario, Luigi, Link, Zelda, Kirby and your other favorite characters on a quest to defeat your opponents and own it all. Collectors game features iconic characters from Nintendo 7's most popular video game properties. 6 collectible Nintendo themed tokens.
Lewo Wooden Stacking Board Games Building Blocks for Kids
Hours of fun: the whole family can play it together, suitable for 2 or more players. Players will take turns to roll the dice, then carefully remove one block of that color and re-positioning it on the top of the tower. The blocks have a smooth surface making it easy to remove. The player who knocks down the tower is the loser.