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12 Gangsters Blue Orange Board Game12 Gangsters Blue Orange Board Game

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!

Bonus!

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

3 Things Party Game3 Things Party Game

3 Things

You’ve got 30 seconds and a collection of random objects to choose from. Can you figure out a way to get through a crazy survival scenario? Think fast to piece together your plan! It better be good though; there are only so many rations that you can win and you never know what your fellow competitors have up their sleeves…

3 Things is a witty game of ridiculous persuasion, perfect for your most creative group of friends.

What’s in the box?

  • 80 scenario cards
  • 110 survival item cards
  • 150 scoring rations
  • One whistle

How to play:

Each round, one player serves as the Judge. The Judge reads a scenario card to the group. Each player then races to gather three items that they think would help them survive the given scenario within 30 seconds.

In turn, players explain to the Judge how their three things will allow them to survive. The Judge awards ration tokens in the denominations of one, two or three points, based on how many of the three things are deemed acceptable to survive in the scenario.

Once every player has served as the Judge, the game is over and the player with the most rations is the winner. In the event of a tie, players participate in a final round using random things to solve a scenario.

Bonus

3 Things comes in a nifty zip travel bag, and also bundled is a handy safety whistle – should a survival situation ever arise…

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30 Seconds

30 Seconds is a quick thinking, fast talking game that will leave you in hysterics! Players have 30 seconds to describe five names on their chosen card. From places and famous people to films, books and brands, whizz through the list and stay on your toes to win!

50 Clues Part 1: The Pendulum of the Dead

50 Clues is an immersive puzzle game that offers the experience of an escape room but played at home. Combine objects, solve puzzles and decipher codes to complete the story – with the aid of a web app.

The Pendulum of the Dead is the first episode of the murderous ‘Leopold’ trilogy. Help Maria escape from the hospital to find her son, before it’s too late…

Contains graphic violence. Unsuitable for children.

What’s in the box?

  • 54 oversized cards

How to play:

To begin you will need a pen and paper and a smartphone or other internet enabled device.

Take the deck of cards and check that all the cards are in the right order and upside down with the number one card at the top.

Then turn the top card over. Card two is a reference card and card three gives you the backstory to the events in the game. The text should be read aloud so that everyone involved can follow.

From here on out, follow the instructions on the cards to solve the puzzles and use the web app to progress the story further with more hints and clues.

Get ready to be immersed and work together to unravel the mysteries that follow!

Bonus!

Continue the adventure with Part 2 and Part 3 in the 50 Clues series.

Each game can be activated 30 times.

77Tenzi

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!

What’s in the box?

  • 80 cards

How to play:

Each of the 77 cards in the deck have its own pattern or rules you can use to modify your Tenzi game. The pack also comes with three blank cards you can write your own rules on.

There are 77 Tenzi games in three variations: speed, non-speed and pattern.

Speed: Like the original Tenzi game, speed is everything. Be the first to finish and yell out “Tenzi” to win.

Non-speed: slow down, take turns, or all roll together. Whatever you choose, sometimes you just have to be good and lucky to win.

Pattern: quickly roll your dice and create the nine-dice pattern shown on the card. After you create the pattern, take your last die and roll a six. The first player to finish and yell “Tenzi” wins.

Bonus!

Playing Tenzi helps kids develop rapid and confident number recognition while being extremely fun and simple to play.

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A Fistful of Daisies

It’s a cow fight! In the valley of Herens, the flowers are delicious and perfect for eating. In this dice drafting game, cows battle each other to win these tasty treats then make it back to the cowshed first. But beware, some cows may challenge you to a duel!

Nothing will stop them from getting a fistful of daisies!

What’s in the box?

  • One large pen gameboard
  • Four cow figurines
  • Four dice including one special die
  • 45 grass tokens
  • 18 clover tokens
  • Four personal boards
  • Four player aid tiles
  • One duel token

How to play:

You are an alpine cow strolling through the meadow and munch on the flowers on your personal board. You will need to defend your little patch of greenery when other cows try to taste your daisies.

The first player rolls the dice inside the pen and choose one (except the special die) to place on their personal board. Once the die has been chosen, the player either moves their cow clockwise the number spaces on the die, or leave their cow on the space.

Once you are on a space you can;

  • Eat a flower – you cover a flower matching the colour of the space occupied by the cow with a grass token on your personal board.
  • Eat a clover – you take a clover token and place it next to their player aid tile. Once you get four clover tokens you can replace it with a flower.

If a cow moves to an occupied space, that cow provokes a duel! Put two cows in the en horn to horn, then press down on their tail ends untll they flip. Whoever’s cow lands with the most spots facing up, wins the duel. And wins clover tokens.

The game ends when a player has retrieved all the flowers from their personal board, then made it back to the cowshed space. At the end of the final round, all players with their personal boards full and back in the cowshed win!

Bonus!

A Fistful of Daisies has a strategic variant for an extra challenge and a two-player variant.

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A Magical Fairyland 1500 pcs

All of the magic in one picture! A kaleidoscope of butterflies stream from the castle on the hill as the stunning fairy catches them on their way past. Fairy’s, unicorns and butterflies, what could be more magical?

The completed puzzle measures: 846 mm x 598 mm.

 

 

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A Terrace in Paris, 1000 pcs

Bonjour Paris! Nothing compares to a sunny terrace wine in the French capital. This 1000 piece puzzle features a beautiful terrace overlooking the sights of Paris with the Eiffel tower in the background.

The completed puzzle measures: 693 mm x 493 mm

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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!

Bonus!

Abandon All Artichokes reinforces visual discrimination and strategic thinking.

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Aimee Stewart: Birdwatching, 1000 pcs

Are you a bird watcher? Artist Amy Stewart depicts all sorts of bird watching materials. Along with books, artwork and a paint palette, this 1000 piece jigsaw will look great on any puzzlers table.
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Aimee Stewart: Sunday Breakfast, 1000 pcs

This is the breakfast of dreams! Heart shaped pancakes, eggs and strawberries on a tray in bed is certainly a lovely way to spend a Sunday morning. Artist Amy Stewart brings us this stunning 1000-piece puzzle. We wonder what these cute kittens are dreaming of.
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All You Can Eat

A delicious card buffet! It’s a race to stuff your face in this card game, collect cuisine sets, complete combos and avoid clumsy waiters all in a bid to gain the highest scoring food combos.

Who likes it hot and spicy and who will chance the chillies, you never know what cards your opponents will take!

 

What’s in the box?

  • 110 game cards
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Allegra

Knock, knock…knock to win! Collect, swap, discard cards to create matching rows and columns. Knock at the right time to secure the cards you want, and sometimes you will have to help your opponents out! The lowest score after three rounds is the winner.

Allegra is based on the popular card game, Golf.

What’s in the box?

  • 120 cards
  • 6 wooden discs