Clue Master is a fun logic game that develops the skill of deductive reasoning, a key ability in math, science, computer programming, and many other fields. In this game, you may deduce information based on what must be true even though you can't see it directly. The more you play, the more deductive tricks and strategies you'll learn as you reason logically from the clues you're given!
Laser Chess is a two-player strategy game that combines the spatial thinking skills of chess with the high-tech fun of laser beams. Players alternate turns moving their mirrored pieces around the board, and at the end of each turn, players fire a real laser beam from their Laser. The laser beam bounces from mirror to mirror, and if the beam strikes a non-mirrored surface of any piece, it is immediately removed from play. If you illuminate your opponent's King - You Win.
With Circuit Maze Logic Game, your goal is to create a real electrical circuit that lights up designated beacons. The 60 challenges are tricky and clever, providing hours of electrifying fun. Plus, when playing Circuit Maze, you will discover how circuits actually work. Arrange the tokens to form a circuit path to light up the beacons indicated on the challenge card.
Stretch your mind with this unique logic puzzle featuring Crazy Aaron’s Thinking Putty from Thinkfun. Each of the 60 beginner-to-expert level challenges will put your spatial reasoning skills to the test as you attempt to connect the dots for all 6 Thinking Putty colors on the Puzzle Grid.
Oh, no! Not another freaking elf! It’s the Fantasy Pack, co-written with make-believers Pat Rothfuss, Neil Gaiman, Sam Sykes, Myke Cole, Jacqueline Carey, Martha Wells, Sherwood Smith, Elizabeth Bear, and Wesley Chu. Look at how famous these people are! You basically have to buy this pack now that you’ve read this list. Contains 26 white & 6 black cards that will hopefully be turned into a $300 million film franchise.
30 cards about blue hair and puke. Remember when you were in college and ate ramen noodles and had sex all the time? Wouldn't it be great to relive those glory days? Includes a special 18" X 24" poster for your dorm room. You should break up with your high school boyfriend.
In the United States, food is a big part of everyone's daily lives. When people don't have enough of it, it causes a big problem! Here's an expansion about the topic: food. 30 cards about brekky truffles and syrupy friend chortles.
As the bard once said, “All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely members of our target demographic.” Hark! It's the Theatre Pack, 30 cards about those things that are like movies but they happen right in front of you.
Except for the rampant misinformation and unspeakable pornography, the Internet is one of Al Gore's greatest inventions. We wrote this pack in a Reddit AMA with the help of a bunch of internet strangers, which historically has always been a complete disaster.
24 white & 6 black cards about video games, D&D, Game of Thrones, and all the other bullshit you like. There's nothing nerds love more than branded references that they can consume. Remember Batman? What about Firefly? Bazinga.
The Design Pack contains 30 fully-illustrated cards by some of the best graphic designers in the world, including Milton Glaser (I <3 NY), Susan Kare (the Apple macintosh), Erik Spiekermann (Meta Design), and legendary printmakers including Jay Ryan, Yann Legendre, Olly Moss, Mike Mitchell, and Sonnenzimmer.
Remember that time when we all thought the Trump presidency was going to be an unmitigated disaster? And then Cards Against Humanity saved America? Well, we still have the cards from that. Contains 30 cards previously released as part of our 2017 Cards Against Humanity Saves America campaign. Whoops, Donald Trump is still the president. Oh God.
One player throws the target which becomes the "hole" like in golf. Players take turns flicking their chicken at the target. If you don't make it on the target, throw again from where it landed. Lowest score after nine rounds wins.
The nerve-wracking, bead-stacking game!Be the first player to get rid of all your beadsCarefully add a bead to the cluster…Don't be the one to make the beads tumball!For 2 to 4 players; Recommended for ages 5 years and up
Argue is the fun, topical game where all you need is an opinion to win!Deal out to determine which topic to argue, who you'll argue with and which side of the argument you are forced to take (even if you don't agree with it). For 3 to 10 adult players.
Strategically place pegs to get your Harvey from the top of the wall to the bottom before your opponent, but watch out - one wrong move could send Harvey straight to the bottomChildren's game for two playersAges 6 and up
This Cards Against Humanity Blue Box contains 300 cards (220 white and 80 black) that seamlessly expand your deck of Cards Against Humanity, allowing you to eat whatever you want without gaining any weight!