New Arrivals for Families and Kids: Use Your Noodle!

It's back-to-school time, and this fresh crop of delightful games prove that brain games can be fun for everyone!


Imagine is a new family party game that gets the creative juices flowing.  Players combine, overlap, and even animate the special transparent cards in a fast-paced guessing free-for-all.  After a couple of rounds, you’ll be amazed at your ability to communicate using the universal language of creativity!


It's like Bananagrams, but with NUMBERS!  Möbi is a simple, quick and addictive number game that can go anywhere and be played in as little as five minutes!  No pencil, paper, board or elaborate scoring is required .... all you need is a flat surface!  No matter how old you are or how many number games you've played, this little blue whale is bound to enchant!  Introduce your little ones to numbers or challenge your friends to serious numerical combat - this game is made for absolutely everyone! 


Balance Beans

We are completely enamored with this new logic game from the makers of Rush Hour!  Set up the red beans according to the challenge card, then carefully place the colorful beans on the seesaw to keep it from teetering. When you balance the seesaw, you are actually balancing an equation! As the challenges get harder, you’ll rely less on trial and error – and more on math and reasoning skills. This ingenious game is a fun way to introduce young learners to elementary algebra.


Little Red Riding Hood

Discover the magic of the popular fairy tale in this wonderful brain teaser for preschoolers.  Can you help Little Red Riding Hood find the right path to her grandma’s house?  Place Little Red Riding Hood, the house and the trees on the game board and use the puzzle pieces to make a path to Grandma’s house.  Then you can play the game with the Wolf! But beware, he might get there faster! Try to solve these challenges by making two paths to Grandma’s House, one for Little Red Riding Hood, and one for the Wolf.


Go, Go Little Penguins

In this sweet game for our very youngest game-playing customers, children will learn taking turns, counting, and the concepts of big and little. The penguin mommies and their babies live on an island. But the tasty fish is on the mainland, and the penguin babies don’t know how to swim yet. Fortunately, there are plenty of stones, logs and planks jutting out of the water so the penguin babies can hop with their mommies from one to the next. Which penguin twosome will be the first to reach the plate on the mainland and gobble up the two tasty fish? A first competitive game for 2 to 3 penguin fans 2 years and older.