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10 Dice


Make an association from the dice – could be a word, a place, a character, a title – anything is possible! As you progress, the number of dice needing to be linked increases, which increases the difficulty – and the fun!

What’s in the box?

  • 24 dice
  • 2 pawns
  • 1 double-sided board
  • 1 dice tray

How to play:

You’ll need at least four players. Split into two equal teams. Take 10 random dice from the pool of dice and roll them. You’ll now have 10 words!

The amount of dice you use depends on the number of the game board track. Once you have an idea, grab the dice and pop them in front of you. You become the “ideafier”.

You’ll need to let everyone know the number of words that make up your answer. Your teammates have 30 seconds to make one guess. For example, if the dice said “yellow”, “sky”, “hot” – the association answer would be sun!

Was it the right answer? Perfect! Advance your team’s pawn to the next space. This round is complete!

Wrong answer? Yikes. The other team gets 30 seconds to agree on a guess. If they get it right, they stole your idea, and the other team advances their pawn.

The first team to reach the space in the middle of the board, wins!


For an extra challenge, play together in a supercharged co-op mode! Minimum two player required.


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12 Gangsters


Your 12 gangsters must participate in 12 heists in order to prove themselves to the Boss.

Your gangster cannot steal more money than the Boss! It is up to you to send out the right gangster at the right time. The more money your gangsters collect, the happier the Boss will be…

What’s in the box?

  • Boss token
  • 72 gangster cards

How to play:

All the players, including the Boss, choose a gangster to play from those in their hand. Players then reveal their chosen gangsters by placing their cards down on the table, face up, at the same time. All the gangsters are compared with the gangster chosen by the Boss. Three outcomes are possible:

  • Your gangster has chosen to steal less than the Boss’ and so the heist is successful. Place your gangster card face up in front of you.
  • Your gangster wants to steal more than the Boss’, they are stopped. Place your gangster card face down in front of you.
  • Your gangster wants to steal the same amount as the Boss’ gangster and is successful. Place your gangster card face up in front of you. Consequently, the Boss’ gangster doesn’t manage to steal any money. The Boss must place their gangster face down in front of them.

The gangsters chosen by the Boss always manage to steal money EXCEPT when another player’s gangster tries to steal the same amount. The Boss token is passed to the next player in a clockwise direction and the next round starts.

The game ends at the end of the 12th round (or 10th for 5 players) when all your gangsters have participated in a heist. Add together the total money won from your heists (all face up cards): the player with the most money wins!


12 Gangsters reinforces social play, problem solving and maths skills.

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3 Things


Accidentally super glued your hand to your face? Lost your swimsuit while surfing? All you need is a monocle, a voodoo doll, and a box of wine!

3 Things is the deadly serious training program to prepare your mind and body for any situation!

Quickly choose between bizarre – and bizarrely helpful – objects to improvise the perfect survival strategy.

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77 Ways to Play Tenzi


Want more TENZI in your life?

This expansion set features a deck of 77 cards, each with a new, fun way to play TENZI!

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8Bit Box


Inspired by retro gaming, 8Bit box contains everything to recreate the classic joy of videogames from everyone’s childhood, with the thrill of a boardgame experience.

Enjoy technology so cutting edge that it doesn’t need wires, screens or even electricity, with these three base games.

What’s in the box?

  • Six controllers
  • 12 coloured player cubes
  • 16 neutral cubes

Pixoid – Age 6+ | 3 to 4 players

  • Four circuit board lines
  • Eight screen edge tiles
  • Six-character tiles

Outspeed – Age 8+ | 3 to 6 players

  • Six ships
  • Three progression boards
  • 12 track tiles
  • Four finish line tiles
  • 32 bonus tokens
  • Seven forcefield tokens

Stadium – Age 10+ | 4 or 6 players

  • 16 trial tiles
  • Two medal boards
  • Six athlete boards
  • One first player token
  • One basketball token

How to play:

Pixoid: Move around the circuit board using your controller. Playing as Pixoid? Try to escape the Bugs for as long as you can! Playing as a Bug? Do your best to coordinate your moves with the other Bugs to catch Pixoid as fast as possible!

Outspeed: Using your controller, choose the route you’ll take for the next leg of the race. There are many possible strategies, and you’ll need to be cunning to be the first across the finish line. Managing your fuel level, accelerating at just the right time, and hindering your opponents will be the keys to success.

Stadium: Using your controller, decide the amount of energy you would like to spend on the current Trial. Each trial is different and you will have to be in sync with your teammates to go the distance and win the most Medals after 10 Trials.


Born in the IELLO labs, 8Bit Box is the result of many years of research and includes the most advanced technology in the board game industry.

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8Bit Box: Double Rumble


Scour the streets, explore the docks, and break into the undersea base to put an end to the chaos ravaging the city.

Play solo or team up to punch, kick and throw your way through four stages filled with formidable enemies.

The base 8Bit Box components are needed to play this game.

What’s in the box?

  • 76 enemy cards
  • Eight boss cards
  • 15 equipment cards
  • One battle board
  • Six fighter tiles
  • Six ongoing effect tokens

How to play:

Each Stage in composed of a side scroll phase (during which the enemies are put into play) and a brawl phase (during which the fighters battle the enemies).

Side Scroll
During this phase, you and your partner will choose the best place to put each card for the current stage. Follow the draw and placement steps and repeat them until all of the cards in the current stage have been placed.

During this phase, you can move your fighters, change special attacks, and battle the enemy or the Boss in front of your fighter. There are no turns during this phase. You can take multiple actions in the order of your choice before your partner takes a turn. Always finish one action before beginning the next one.

The game can end in one of two ways:

  1. The cube in the available credits zone reaches 0. You lose the game.
  2. You eliminate the Stage 4 Boss. You win!
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Abandon All Artichokes


A heartless card game!

This isn’t your garden-variety card game! A bumper-crop of prickly produce has overtaken your patch, and there’s only one choice: abandon all artichokes!

Prune your deck by harvesting fresh vegetables, each with a special power that lets you swap, discard, or compost cards. You’ll need luck, strategy, and a green thumb to grow a winning hand!

What’s in the box?

  • 100 cards

How to play:

Abandon All Artichokes is a fast-paced “deck-wrecking” card game. On your turn, carry out the following actions:

  1. Replenish the garden row by revealing cards from the top of the garden stack until there are 5 cards.
  2. Harvest 1 of the face-up cards from the garden row into your hand. This card may be played at any point during your turn.
  3. Play any number of cards from your hand. To play a card, place it in front of you and resolve its actions. Once the card has been resolved, place it face-up on top of your personal discard pile.
  4. Discard all unplayed (or unplayable) cards in your hand face-up to the top of your discard pile.
  5. Draw 5 cards from the top of your deck to refill your hand.

When you refill your hand at the end of your turn, if none of the cards are Artichokes, you immediately win the game!


Abandon All Artichokes reinforces visual discrimination and strategic thinking.

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Adventure Mart


Welcome to the world of Adventure Capitalism!

As managers of competing Adventure Mart convenience stores, only one thing matters to your CEOs; get as much gold as possible!

Hire staff, purchase store upgrades and new stock, and sell incredible items to all manner of fantastical visitors… Just make sure you don’t get sent to the abyss!

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Normally, it’s easy to give an example of a dog breed or a frozen food – but you’ll find that your brain works differently under pressure.

Flip cards until symbols on two players’ cards match. Matching players must race to give an example of the category on their opponent’s card. Whoever blurts out a correct answer first wins their opponent’s card, and drawing continues.

Sounds easy, right? Think again!

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Pharaoh Cheops has called upon the best master builders in his realm.

Your job is to create the stateliest pyramid with an arch of triumph and beautiful floor mosaic. Prove your skill by choosing your dice cleverly to construct the pyramid and become the greatest master builder of all time!

What’s in the box?

  • Four coloured dice
  • Score pad
  • Five pens

How to play:

The starting player is the first active builder. Roll the dice and place them in the middle of the table. Then you can cross out up to two stones on your building sites. For each stone you cross out, you have to immediately take the matching die from the middle of the table and place it at the top of your playing card.

If there is no matching die, you must cross out either a stone of the same colour or joker stone in your quarry. You must cross out the coloured stones in your quarry from left to right, once you skip a stone, you cannot go back and use it.

Once a player has completed all their building works, all dice are returned to the middle of the table to be used by the next player.

If you cross out a unique symbol in a building or the last symbol in the same group, declare this to the other builders and as a reward, you can cross out the same bonus symbol on your playing card.

The round is completed when all builders have had a turn. Play continues clockwise from the first active builder they roll all the dice and continue play.

The game finishes when one of the builders has completed their second building. In order to score, each builder needs to determine the points for each of their buildings and their bonuses and enters the score on their gamesheet. The player with the highest score wins!


Perfect for on the go gaming!

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Ready to chase another gangster? Beware, a new prisoner is coming to town…

But what will you choose? Will you play cops to prevent Bandida from escaping, or will you join the dark side to plan her escape?

In this sequel to the best-selling Bandido, you’ll find everything you liked in the first game, and more! Including new items and special events.

What’s in the box?

  • 70 cards
  • One super card

How to play:

On your turn, place one of your cards in order to connect it to one or more cards already on the table and draw a new card. Some cards show objects, triggering special actions when you place them on the table. Keep playing until you have reached the mode’s winning condition or until the draw pile is empty.

Game mode 1
Catch Bandida: you win the game if you manage to close every exit before the draw pile is empty thus stopping Bandida’s escape.

Game mode 2
Help Bandida escape: you win the game if you manage to place the ladder card on the table and close all other exits before the draw pile is empty.

Game mode 3
The lovers’ escape: only playable with a Bandido super card, included in Bandido game. You win the game if you manage to place the Bandido super card and the ladder card on the table, then close all other exits before the draw pile is empty.


With three different game modes to play and cooperate all together, this is the perfect recipe to have fun with family and friends!

Bandida comes in a travel-sized box, perfect to take away on holiday!

Bandida can be played solo!

Part of the Helvetiq pocket collection range.

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The game where cooperation and intuition catch the bad guy.

A prisoner is trying to escape through tunnels starting underneath his cell. Will you be able to join forces and cards to stop him?

What’s in the box?

  • 69 cards
  • One super card

How to play:

On your turn, place one of your cards to connect it to one or more cards already on the table. The card you play must fit perfectly; every tunnel has to line up with another tunnel.

After you have placed your card, take a new card from the draw pile. If you can’t play, you can place your cards under the draw pile and take three new cards.

If you manage to block off all tunnels, you have won the game together! If one tunnel remains open after all cards have been placed, Bandido escapes and you all lose.


Bandido comes in a travel-sized box, perfect to take away on holiday!

Bandido can be played solo!

Part of the Helvetiq pocket collection range.

Battle Sheep Family Board Game

Battle Sheep


Opposing sheep herds go head to fluffy head in a strategy game the whole family will love!

Plan your moves carefully to occupy the most pastures and fence out your foe. A different playing board is assembled before every game, making the game full of new challenges every time you play!

What’s in the box?

  • 16 pasture tiles
  • 64 sheep tokens

How to play:

On your turn, move any stack of your own sheep by splitting the stack into two parts, moving the top part of the stack in a straight line as far as it can go before hitting another sheep or the border. You must leave at least one sheep on the space on which the original stack was standing.

Play continues with each player moving by splitting any of their stacks and moving the new stack to a new pasture. A stack is blocked when it is surrounded by opponents’ pieces or the edge and can no longer be split and moved.

When all your sheep are blocked, you no longer continue playing. The game ends when no player can move. The player who succeeds in controlling the most pasture land (the most tiles) wins!


Battle Sheep reinforces focus and attention, problem-solving and visual perception.

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Beasty Bar


The animals are suited and booted and ready to party, but who will make it through the door? Every animal has its own unique powers to manipulate the queue order. The party is over if you’re back of the line!

What’s in the box?

  • 52 cards

How to play:

Each player shuffles the 12 animals in their card colour and takes 4 of them in their hand. The 8 remaining animals – without looking at them – are placed as a face-down draw pile.

Place the heaven‘s gate card and the exclusion card in the middle of the table. Between them, leave room for five animal cards. This space is called the jostling area. Put the Beasty Bar card and the “That’s it!” card a slight distance from the jostling area.

On your turn, perform the following five actions:

  • Play a card: choose one animal card from your hand and place it face up at the end of the line in the jostling area.
  • Execute the animal action of the played card: now execute the action of the animal you just played, which is displayed on the card, if possible.
  • Carry out “reoccuring” animal actions: if the card has the reoccurring action symbol on it, carry the action out again.
  • Open heaven‘s gate and enforce the exclusion: after carrying out all recurring animal actions, you now check whether the waiting line consists of 5 animals. If there are less than 5 animals in line, nothing happens. If it does, then the first 2 animals can go through the gate and the last one in line is excluded and placed on the “That’s it!” card. The animals remaining in the jostling area are shoved toward heaven‘s gate.
  • Draw another card.

The game ends as soon as all players have completely played out their animal cards. The player who has the most guests (their own animals) in the Beasty Bar wins!

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As the head of a medieval monastery, your goal is to assemble the greatest book collection and build the most famous library.

Use your limited gold wisely to acquire the necessary pigments for decorative lettering, hire the best copyists and reproduce the most precious works!

What’s in the box?

  • One category level board
  • Five special six-sided dice
  • 87 cards

How to play:

Your goal is to win the most victory points by having the highest total score in one of the five categories: pigments, holy books, monks, manuscripts and forbidden tomes.

The game is split into two phases.

Gift phase
Allocate the designated number of cards (according to player count) and then give the remaining players an opportunity to draw a card. When you allocate a card it is placed in one of three locations:

  1. In front of the active player (face-down)
  2. Into the public space (face-up)
  3. Into the auction pile (face-down)

Once all the cards have been picked from the public space, then your turn ends. The player to the left then becomes the active player. Players continue taking turns in the gift phase until the draw pile has been exhausted.

Auction phase
Reveal the topmost card of the draw pile and lay it face up at the centre of the table. Then all players bid for the card. The highest bidder pays the bid amount by discarding a certain number of cards from their hand.

Once all the cards in the draw pile have been purchased or discarded, it’s time to add up your points for each of the five categories. The player with the highest number of points in each category wins the victory points for that category and takes the corresponding die from the Scriptorium.

When the winner of each category has been determined, the players add the numbers on their dice. You win the game if you have the most victory points!