Is Seeing Believing?I
could swear I’ve seen that before...or have I? Flip over a card and
look at the images, then ﬂip over another. When you think you’re seeing
something for the second time, grab the matching object from the table.
Your memory can play tricks on you in the first round because many
objects look similar, but it’s even trickier as play continues and
you’re seeing objects again and again . . . or are you? Without rule changes, the game gets more challenging the more it’s played
Thick, high-quality pieces and oversized cards
Visual memory makes this a great family game
Contents: 36 Objects, 36 Cards & Instructions .
Ages: 8+ | Players: 2 - 6
Double Down, first released as Lobo 77, is a simple
game of playing cards to add to (or subtract from) a running total. Players must try to avoid creating a total which is a multiple of 11, or
taking the total over 77. Chips are given out at the start of the game,
and are lost as players fail to keep to these rules - the last player
with chips remaining is the winner.Ages: 8+ | Players: 2 - 8
Spot Five and Bop the Banana!
In one of the world’s top-selling games, players inspect the cards
as they’re ﬂipped to find five of the same fruit, then race to squeak
the banana. It’s a full-on fruit frenzy!
More than 11 million units sold worldwide
Features a squishy banana-shaped squeaker
Used in schools to improve counting and math skill
1 Squeaky Banana &
Ages: 5+ | Players: 2 - 6