Family Game Night Bundle, 8 to 12+ Years
Bundle of board games for ages 8 to 12 years and beyond. These games can be played at different levels at different ages with various levels of parent help and team play.
Set includes: Harry Potter Scrabble, Scooby Doo Monopoly, Word Dominos, Top Spin, Happy Families Game, Gray Malin 2 Deck Card Set, Dusen Dusen Pattern Puzzle Small / Arc, and the Optical Illusions Game
Harry Potter Scrabble puts your knowledge of the Wizarding World to the test. You can strategically play both regular words and Harry Potter words to score high. Score even higher and win the game by customizing with Harry Potter cards and Magical Bonus cards. 2 to 4 Players.
In Scooby Doo Monopoly, join Scooby-Doo and the gang as you buy, sell and trade locations from Scooby’s world. Choose from 6 tokens, including Scooby-Doo, Velma, Shaggy, Daphne, Fred and the Mystery Machine. Purchase the Snack Shacks and Dine & Dash Diners with custom Scooby-Doo money. 2-6 Players.
Word Dominoes is a creative new twist on an old favorite invites players to create words and phrases by linking images. Match what other players are thinking to win. With 42 sturdy dominoes, 84 images, and unlimited connections, every game is packed with unexpected associations and hilarious combinations.
Topspin will have you hooked. The top‚ spinning frenzy starts between your fingers before entering the ring. A playing board that sits right inside the box. Use the top to shoot marbles into holes in the board's surface. Let your heart rate rise to a dizzying pace as your mind races to count the points. Two ways to play: Battle and Challenge. Easy to learn, but not so easy to win!
Happy Families is a fun card game that includes illustrating your own cards.
Gray Malin Playing Card Set includes 2 decks of cards, each card has its own unique photograph from Malin's collection, packaged in a sturdy collector's keepsake box with magnetic closure.
The Dusen Dusen puzzle by Areaware is 100 pieces and 11 x 15 inches when assembled. The pattern makes this puzzle much more challenging than an average puzzle of the same piece count.
The Optical Illusions Game consists of 80 cards and 20 illusions as well as a brochure in which the illusions are shown and briefly explained. The goal of the game is to collect four cards that form one optical illusion.