Sometimes you have to lie to get to the truth in the Clue Liars Edition board game in which players use Investigation cards (there are 6 Lie cards and 6 Truth cards) to help them figure out who killed Mr. Boddy in the mansion. Players pick a card and read it out loud, trying to play it cool and convince other players that they're telling the truth ?even if they're not. If a player suspects they're lying they can call that player out by hitting the Liar Button. Were they caught lying or were they telling the truth? Either way, an Evidence card is revealed and players move one step closer to cracking the case. When a player is ready to make an accusation, they secretly look at the cards placed inside the case file envelope to reveal Who, What, and Where. A correct accusation wins the game!
Bounce 'em in for the win! The Connect 4 Shots game is fast-paced, rapid-fire fun in a race to get 4 shots in a row! Count down to start: 1-2-3?bounce! Two players bounce the lightweight, colorful balls into the grid at the same time. Remember, the balls must hit the table before going in. Keep bouncing balls until a player gets 4 in a row of their color for the win. Then when the game is over, fold the grid into a handy storage case.
The Foosketball game is a fast-paced, head-to-head faceoff that combines elements of foosball and basketball. It takes skill, patience, and a bit of luck to get the feel when turning the handles to master and control the Foosketball figure, and shoot balls into the basket across the court.
In The Game of Life Junior game, kids embark on an exciting family vacation. Players choose their mover - a car, train, ship, or a plane - and head off to their chosen destination. They could visit a jungle, the beach, or even a castle! Earn money towards the win with Animal Action cards. Players show off their skills such as walking like a penguin or making a fish face. An Activity Action card can also earn cash. They encourage kids to engage in conversation about their favourite experiences and other fun topics. Just like with any vacation, there can be setbacks, and Event Action cards have players losing money for things such as lost luggage or forgetting a swimsuit. The player with the most cash at the end of the game wins! Bring out this board game for Family Game Night, play dates, and indoor activities.
21147 - Product description Watch out for the flying foam Players press the button to send the diver up or down the ladder, and every press of the button increases the amount of foam in the tub. But watch out Once the diver reaches the top, he will drop down into the tub, launching a ball of foam at an unlucky player. If that happens on your turn, you re out The only player not to cause the diver to fall and the foam to fly wins. Players will be on the edge of their seats as the suspense and the foam builds Feel the anticipation as the diver goes up or down, eventually reaching the very top of the ladder while the amount of foam increases. Splash Who will make the diver drop into the tub... and face the flying foam? Includes tub unit with removable fabric screen, diver figure, ladder with platform, spinner label, spinner arrow, 1 fl. oz. (30 ml) demo bottle of bubble solution, and instructions.
21544 - Product Description Play Hedbanz, the quick question game of ?What am I?? Ask "yes" or "no" questions to figure out if the cartoon on your head is an animal, food or man-made object. Be the first player to guess what you are and win! Hedbanz - the game where everybody knows by you! Playing Hedbanz is simple.?After dealing one card and three chips to each player, take your card and place it in your adjustable headband without peeking.?When your turn arrives, ask each player a question about who, or what, you are ("Am I a food?").?If you get stuck, the sample questions card offers tips on the types of questions you might ask. When you get a yes, your questions will become more specific ("Am I cooked?" Or "Did Dad serve me for dinner last night?") Until you're ready to guess the answer ("I am spaghetti!").?For each identity you guess correctly, you'll discard one of your chips.?If you give up, you'll collect a chip from the chip bank and be dealt a new card.?The first player to get rid of all her chips is the Hedbanz winner. Educational Gameplay for Kids Hedbanz is not only fun, but inherently educational.?Kids will flex their deductive reasoning skills with the game's simple question-and-answer premise.?By making connections and coming up with questions that will lead to answers, kids will also practice creative critical thinking skills. What's in the Box Hedbanz rule sheet, 74 cards, 24 chips, 6 headbands