Have a view at which games were bought by the Club for the children during the Christmas Time.
Our kids games specialists have choosen the following game :
– Loopin’ Louie : In Loopin’ Louie, a battery-powered motor placed in the center of the table rotates a boom with a little plastic plane. Four radial arms lead out to the players’ barns and the chickens they’re trying to protect. Each barn has a little lever, which is used to knock the rotating plane away from your chickens and hopefully into someone else’s. When only one player has chickens remaining, he or she wins the game. For children 4+
– Kofferdetektive : Percy Pilferer is around town. The notorious pickpocket is painting the town red and has not yet been caught in the act. Bingo! He strikes again. What has he stolen this time? At this point the suitcase detectives are called in, up until now they have always managed to resolve every case; but now they need your help. Can you recognize which objects the pickpocket has stolen from the suitcase? For children 5+
– Der verzauberte Turm : In Der verzauberte Turm, one player plays the sorcerer and at the start of the game he hides a key under one of 16 spaces on the game board. The other players collectively take the part of Robin, who tries to find the key before the sorcerer can reach it. No matter who finds the key first, though, that player gets to try the key in one of the six locks on the tower; if he chooses the right one, the princess jumps free of the tower and that player wins. If not, the sorcerer hides the key once again, and everyone moves back to their starting locations. For children 5+
– Die verzauberten Rumpelriesen : In Die verzauberten Rumpelriesen, the magician players want to find imps hiding in the leaves that cover the forest floor around them – but they must search carefully to find these imps so that they don’t wake the sleeping giants guarding the land. Oh, and they’ll need to search quickly, too, or else the giants will wake from the sleeping spell cast on them and run the searchers out of the forest. Who can combine speed, control and a good memory to find the imps where they hide? For children 5+
– Dobble : Dobble is a simple pattern recognition game in which players try to find an image shown on two cards. Each card in Dobble features eight different symbols, with the symbols varying in size from one card to the next. Any two cards have exactly one symbol in common. For children 4+
– Ra ra wat ben ik? : I am a person but I don’t know who. What must I ask before I know? A bag? No. A hat? And do I have something in my hand? Am I wearing something blue? Am I in the countryside? Am I the pilot? The cook? No, I must be the fireman! But I must be sure before I look. For children 6+
– Qwirkle Travel : This abstract game consists of 108 wooden blocks with six different shapes in six different colors. There is no board, players simply use an available flat surface. Players begin the game with 6 blocks. The start player places blocks of a single matching attribute (color 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 color or shape of the previous block. For children 6+
– Schuhbidu : At the start of the game, each player secretly draws four of the 48 shoes from the bag. Then all players simulatenously release their shoes on the table. Spot a matching pair? Place a finger on each shoe. If you did find a pair, you get to place the shoes on your shelf. Be the first player to collect four pairs of shoes, and you win the game. For children 4+
– Kayanak : In Kayanak, players punch holes through the “ice” (a sheet of paper) to try to catch fish, which are represented by steel balls of various sizes. In the basic game, the first player to catch ten fish wins. For children aged 6 and over, big fish are worth more than small ones, and the fisher with the most points at the end of the game wins. For children 4+
– KIPP X : Will the game board tip down or not? That’s the question players face each turn in KIPP X, a captivating and challenging balance game that’s yet easy to play. Just place a wooden block on the cross-seesaw and that’s it – if it were not for the tipping. To win KIPP X, you must be the first to get rid of all your blocks. To do this, you carefully position them one at a time on one of the lifted-up halves of the cross-seesaw. At some point, however, the weight becomes too much and the cross-seesaw tips down. If this happens, you must take any block(s) that fall off. Thus, you can’t be too bold when placing blocks on the upraised planks – but maybe you can place just one more block… For children 5+
– Le Petit Poucet : In Le Petit Poucet, Tom Thumb and his brothers – after fleeing the home of the ogre – must make their way together through a mysterious forest to return to their cottage home. You must remember which places you have visited previously in order to find the right paths. Avoid the wolves, and be careful not to make too much noise or the ogre could find his way to you… For children 7+
– Les Trois Petits Cochons : The Three Little Pigs is an easy and fun dice game for the whole family. On your turn, roll the special pink dice up to three times and try to generate symbols to trade for doors, windows, and roofs made of straw, wood, and brick. The more beautiful and voluminous your house is, the more points you will earn at the end of the game. If you generate two wolf symbols, take a huff and puff and blow someone’s house down! For children 7+
– 1000 und ein Schatz : 1000 and One Treasures does not, alas, contain that many treasures, but players – in the role of Ali Baba and his friends – will still be eager to grab what they can and get out of the cave before the thieves return to their hideout and catch them in the act. For children 5+
– Vikings Brainstorm : Viking ships are trapped in a gigantic hurricane at sea. Can you help to navigate these ships out of the storm? Viking is an original puzzle game where the ships move in a very special way, by rotating the puzzle pieces. But watch out! Often one puzzle piece blocks the movement of the other puzzle pieces. Only a brave Viking with keen insight will be smart enough to escape the whirlpools. For children 6+
– Robot Turtles : a board game for kids ages 3-8. Kids won’t know it, but while they’re playing, they’re learning the fundamentals of programming. Every player (“Turtle Master”) takes a turtle and a matching deck of cards. Stack the cards face up on the table in piles, then build a maze for each player out of walls and a jewel. The youngest turtle master goes first, placing his first card down, then moving (or having his parent move) the turtle accordingly. As players progress, they build their program on the table; if they make a mistake, they can shout “Undo!” and debug it.
Would you need more information about those games or the other games of our collection, do not hesitate to contact us.