Rat-a-Tat Cat - A fun numbers card game with Cats (and a few rats!)
A game of suspense, strategy, and anticipation. Get rid of the high cards (rats) and go for the low cards (cats). Sneak a peek, draw two, or swap cards for an added twist. The person with the lowest score wins the game (A poker face helps!).
As children play Rat-a-Tat Cat, they develop a sense of timing and an understanding of basic, but essential, mathematical concepts. They learn ways to remember their cards and strategies to figure out what cards other players might have. They also begin to develop an intuitive sense of probability. Rat-a-tat Cat requires skill, strategy, and awareness, challenging both young children and adults.
After 20 years, Granny has returned to the village she visited on her Sunday Drive. But something has stopped Granny and the villagers in their tracks - has she seen a familiar face or two in the street ahead? Don't puzzle what you see... puzzle what will happen!
Piatnik 500 Playing Card Game - a traditional family favourite to gather around the dining table together, sharing a few laughs and banter along the way. A quality set of playing cards conveniently packaged in a take-along carry case, this game is ideal to throw in the suitcase or into the camping supplies for a fun-filled evening around the bonfire.
The abstract game of Qwirkle consists of 108 wooden blocks with six different shapes in six different colours. There is no board, players simply use an available flat surface.
Players begin the game with six blocks. The start player places blocks of a single matching attribute (colour or shape but not both) on the table. Thereafter, a player adds blocks adjacent to at least one previously played block. The blocks must all be played in a line and match, without duplicates, either the colour or shape of the previous block.
Players score one point for each block played plus all blocks adjacent. It is possible for a block to score in more than one direction. If a player completes a line containing all six shapes or colours, an additional six points are scored. The player then refills his hand to six blocks.
The game ends when the draw bag is depleted and one player plays all of his remaining blocks, earning a six-point bonus. The player with the high score wins.
Absolute Balderdash is a hilarious bluffing board game in which you try to con your opponents into believing your made-up answers to a weird and wonderful collection of words, people, initials, films and laws.
Each turn a card entry is read out and every player writes down their own made-up answer. The hilarity really starts when all these phoney answers are shuffled up with the real one and read aloud (keep a straight face so you don't give away which is yours). Everyone then tries to pick which is correct. Players whose phoney answers are picked score a move on the board.
You can be as wacky or serious as you want, absolutely anything goes - but one thing's for sure, the answer that sounds right probably isn't!
Loot - The plundering pirate card game!
Yo-Ho-Ho and a Barrel of Fun! Set sail for an exciting adventure of strategy and skullduggery in this captivating card game. Renown game inventor Reiner Knizia has created a highly clever card game that is simple to learn and fast to play, while engaging those looking for strategic challenge. Storm your opponents' merchant ships and seize valuable treasure. But watch your back, matey - plundering pirates are out to capture your ships as well! The player with the most loot rules the high seas.
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