Players: 2–4 • Ages: 5–99 • Play time: 15 min.
Let‘s get to the mine; it’s Hammer Time! Players knock the shiny stones off the box in this set-collection game. To complete their tasks, they need to collect the right number and color of gemstones. But be careful—anyone who knocks too hard will wake Dragomir the Dragon and lose their loot! The first player to completely fill all four of their wagons wins the game.
Inspector Mouse: The Great Escape
Players: 1–4 • Ages: 5–99 • Play time: 15
The convicts are planning a jailbreak! Inspector Mouse is on their trail, but he needs the detective skills of the players to figure out who was the last crook in the cell with the escape tunnel. If the players are able to correctly identify the criminal that triggered the alarm, they’ll have foiled the escape attempt. The player who stops the most escapes wins.
My Very First Games: Off to Bed!
Players: 1–3 • Ages: 2+ • Play time: 10 min.
It’s time to go to bed! But the rabbit, bear, and cat are unable to settle down because their beds, pillows, and covers are all muddled up. What’s more, the animals each want their favorite stuffed toy. If the children have good powers of memory and a bit of luck in turning over the tiles, they can succeed in getting their animal into bed first.
The Key: Theft in Cliffrock Villa
Players: 1–4 • Ages: 8–99 • Play time: 15–20 min.
There has been a shocking string of robberies at Cliffrock Villa. Valuable works of art have been stolen! The players start their investigations and combine clues about the perpetrators, time of the crimes, stolen items, and escape plans. They need to generate the right number code to put the thieves behind bars. In the end, it’s not necessarily the fastest investigator who wins the game, but the most efficient one.
My Very First Games: Animal Upon Animal Junior
Players: 1–4 • Ages: 2+ • Play time: 10 min.
Things are getting wildly wobbly as the animals create a big stacking tower. Who will climb on whom? The die decides. But whether or not the animal stack stays standing is up to the players. They stack Animal upon Animal in three new games for young stackers. In the third game, they work cooperatively to race against the crab, training their dexterity skills with play. May the best stacker win!