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10 Dice10 Dice

10 Dice

£24.99

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!

Bonus!

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

 

3 Things Party Game3 Things Party Game

3 Things

£22.99

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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Anomia

£12.99

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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Cahoots

£15.99

The Cooperative Hint and Sync Game!

Work together as a team to complete a series of goals – without communicating what’s in your hand.

Can you make all piles purple or green? Every card lower than four? All cards add up to ten?

There’s only one way to win before the time runs out: play in cahoots!

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Cross Clues

£12.99

Cooperate to connect and win!

Can you come up with a clue that is a cross between “Bear” and “Doctor”? Got one? Then say it out loud to the other players and hope they can figure out which two code words you crossed to make your clue!

Consider your clues carefully and think as a team to fill in as much of the grid as you can! With thousands of combinations of code words, this party game guarantees endless fun!

What’s in the box?

  • Ten axis tiles
  • 25 clue cards
  • 50 code word cards
  • One five-minute timer

How to play:

Each player draws one clue card from the pile, without revealing it to the other players.

Clue cards have coordinates on them that represent a unique crossing of two of the code words laid out during setup (row and column). You must try to come up with a single word that best combines both of the code words listed on your clue card.

There is no turn order. If a player is ready, then they may give their clue.

All other team members work together to intercept the clue. If they guess the coordinates correctly, that player places their card in its location in the grid facing up. If they guess incorrectly, the clue card is placed to the side of the table without revealing its coordinates.

Keep drawing cards until the pile is empty and players have no cards left (or the timer runs out!)

Players then count the number of clue cards correctly placed in the grid and use the scoring table to determine their final grade!

Will you get a perfect score and show you’re telepathically linked?

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Decrypto

£19.99

Communicate safely! Join the greatest Encryptor team in the world!

Your mission: transmit secret codes to your teammates without letting the opposing team intercept.

Decrypto is a “scramble communication” game: you must give clues to your teammates that are precise enough so they can understand you, but vague enough to make sure your opponents don’t get the message…

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Decrypto Laserdrive (Expansion)

£12.99

The world of communication enters a new era thanks to laser discs!

This cutting- edge technology promises to reinvent how we communicate with each other.

Collect two laser tokens and you’ll be able to try and guess one of the opposing teams’ key words. Guess right and you receive an interception token!

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Flash 8

£24.99

Play in a flash! Speed through the city!

Line up your electrons to get the current flowing and frustrate your opponents in the process. To win, reproduce the configurations as fast as you can. That’s all!

What’s in the box?

  • Four player tablets
  • 32 electron tokens
  • 52 game cards
  • Three high score cards

How to play:

When everyone is ready, give the start signal. All players play at the same time and as quickly as possible, there are no game turns. Each player moves the electrons on their tablet to try to reproduce any of the configurations shown on the cards in the middle of the table.

Electrons are moved one at a time by sliding them with a finger into a “free” space on the player’s tablet. When a player perfectly reproduces any one of the combinations shown in the middle, they say, loudly, “FLASH”. They first confirm with the other players that they’ve correctly reproduced the configuration of one of the cards.

The player then takes the card and places it next to them, revealing the next card in the stack. Play resumes immediately.

The game ends when there are no cards left in the middle of the table. Each player tallies their points by counting the cards they have collected. Each card is worth 1 point, except for those marked with 2 stars, which are worth 2 points. The player with the highest total wins.

Bonus!

Flash 8 is the modernised version of a well-known classic; the question is not if you can do it, it’s how fast! Because the game plays non-stop through to the end, Flash 8 is one of the most dynamic games ever!

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Hello, My Name Is

£9.99

Can you name an actor who’s blonde and musical?

How about an athlete that’s bearded and married? Play a trait and then race to name someone – real or fictional – who fits the description.

Win the most cards and hello… your name is champion!

Hit List

£9.99

1 clue, 6 answers, 30 seconds.

Put this hit party game at the top of your list! How quickly can your team name ice cream brands? Vampires? Cartoon cats? Answers can be obvious or obscure, but they score only if they’re on the Hit List!

What’s in the box?

  • 200 cards
  • 10 Scoring chips
  • Sand timer

How to play:

One teammate takes on the role of “reader,” draws a card from the box, and looks at it without showing others. Then a player from the other team flips the sand timer. Simultaneously, the reader announces the category at the top of the card and – without taking turns – the reader’s teammates start shouting examples that fit the category.

Whenever the reader hears an item that matches one on the card, they shout “Hit!” and reveal one of the remaining available scoring tokens. If a teammate shouts out the “pink” item, reveal two tokens. Keep shouting examples until either:

  • time runs out
  • all items have been guessed

If time runs out and the team did not guess all of the items on the list, the other team gets one chance to guess a remaining item. If they can give a correct example, they collect one of the remaining tokens.

Take turns alternating between teams (selecting a different reader each time) until each player has been the reader twice. Then total the scores. The team with the higher score wins.

Bonus!

Hit List reinforces language & vocabulary skills. Part of the Gamewright port-a-party range!

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In a Pickle

£9.99

Can a giraffe fit in a phone booth? Does a sofa fit in a shopping cart? It all depends on how you size it up in this game of creative thinking and outrageous scenarios.

Try to win a set of cards by fitting smaller things into bigger things – There’s some juice in a pickle, in a supermarket, in a parking lot.

Play the fourth word card to claim the set, unless one of your opponents can trump with a larger word.

The player with the most sets at the end is the BIG winner!

Keep it Clean Party GameKeep it Clean Party Game

Keep it Clean

£19.99

The edgy, play-on-words game! You don’t need to know what the innuendos mean in Keep it Clean.

Score points by having the most creative and “strictly innocent” alternative definition for phrases like “Well Hung” and “Top Heavy”.

A must-have for lovers of wit and words, with extra spice!

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Master Word

£19.99

Are you as clever as a fox? As dogged as a bloodhound? Do you have an eagle-eye for details? Pool your team’s resources together to seek out the Master Word!

What’s in the box?

  • 150 Master Word cards
  • One card holder
  • 30 clue cards
  • Three solution cards
  • Five markers
  • One cloth
  • One separator
  • 24 tokens

How to play:

Master Word is a co-operative word-based deduction game in which players have to work together to try to find a secret word from a single starting hint.

Each game, a guide selects a card, looks at the master word, then shows the other players (seekers) the starting hint.

The seekers then have 90 seconds to discuss and each write a clue on a card, which they place in a row.

Once this is done, the guide places a number of tokens at the end of the row equal to the number of clues that are “on the right track” toward the master word. The only catch: the seekers don’t know which clues the tokens refer to!

If the seekers write the master word on a solution card before the end of seven rounds, everyone wins!

If they fail to do this or if they accidentally write the master word on a clue card, everyone loses!

Follow the Guide, find the Master Word!

Over Under Party GameOver Under Party Board Game

Over/Under

£9.99

The Game of Guesstimates

How many bricks are in the Empire State building? How far away is Pluto?

Make your best guess in this party game of estimating far-out facts.

Draw a card and ask others for their best estimate to one of 600 questions. Then decide whether their answer is either OVER or UNDER the correct amount.

Collect the most cards and guess what? You win!

Record Deal Party GameRecord Deal Party Game

Record Deal

£22.99

You don’t need to be a good singer to rock this game!

Draw song cards and spin for a back-beat genre. Each player gives their best performance in hopes of being awarded a Record Deal.