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  • Spy Alley

    Watch out, James Bond, Jason Bourne and Austin Powers. There are some new spies in town and they’re operating out of a dark, suspenseful place called Spy Alley. Named “Best Mind Game” by Mensa, Spy Alley will have you bluffing, deceiving and double-crossing your friends and family to earn the title of the world’s top spy. The object of the game is simple: each player is a spy for their respective country and you have to use deductive reasoning to uncover your opponents’ identities. But there are plenty of

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  • Sneaky Snacky Squirrel Game

    Winter is coming and those sneaky, snacky squirrels need your help storing some munchies for the months ahead. Spread the colorful acorns on the tree. Then, spin the spinner, pick up the designated acorn with the squirrel squeezers and place it in the matching hole in your log. Collect all the colors first to win. But beware: the spinner isn’t always your friend. So be sneaky and strategic, little squirrels. Win or lose, little ones will build hand-eye coordination, strategic thinking and matching skills.

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  • Spot It

    Some people can spot a 90% off designer dress in a pile of discounted rubbish. They make out street signs from superhero distances. And they can identify the rarest of rare birds without even trying. You can be one of those people after a few quick rounds of Spot It! This smart game contains 55 illustrated cards with eight symbols each. There is always one, and only one, matching symbol between any two cards. All you need is a sharp eye and quick hands to take home the title of “Spot It! Master of the

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  • Suspend

    You may think hand-eye coordination only matters for surgeons, bomb technicians and guys holed up in basements ever-so-carefully painting thousands of tiny Revolutionary War soldiers. But it also comes in handy for everyday things like brushing your teeth and inserting your contact lenses. Plus, good coordination may also be linked to good reading skills. You can give your hand-eye coordination a boost with Suspend. This four-player hanging balance game comes with 24 notched, rubber- tipped wire pieces and

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  • Wits & Wagers Party Edition

    In Wits & Wagers Party Edition, you don’t need an encyclopedic knowledge of totally random and utterly useless facts. All you have to do is guess your way to game night victory. Say the question is “What percent of bank robberies are committed by women?” Just write down your guess and place it on the board. Next, guess which answer is closest to the right one without going over. Feeling confident? Bet on yourself. Think an opponent is right? Bet on them. Have no idea? Just place a bet and pin your hopes on

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  • Appletters

    Some things just go together: peanut butter and jelly, movies and popcorn, Sonny and Cher. When you combine dominoes and Scrabble, you get the smart and delightful game of Appletters. Part wordplay and part matching, Appletters challenges players to make words and then build off of them using either the first or last letter of the growing chain. This clever little game includes rules for young players, making it perfect for family game nights, sleepover party entertainment and impromptu after-dinner

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  • Math Dice Jr.

    The bad news? Despite the increasing importance of math skills in our tech-happy economy, the U.S. continues to slip in international rankings. The good news? You can help put your kids on the path to Pythagorean theorem and professional success with Math Dice Jr. Just roll the 12-sided die to get a target number and the five scoring dice. Then, make the scoring dice match the target number using addition and/or subtraction and move one space on the track for each scoring dice used. Once you've mastered the

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  • Touchy Feely

    "It's time to get in touch with your feelings. Not those feelings. The other kind. It's called ""stereognosis,"" or the ability to recognize and perceive objects through texture, size, spatial properties, and temperature. Give yours a workout with a game of Touchy Feely. Just draw a card, then reach into the nylon Tube of Touch to find the object shown on the card using only your sense of touch. It sounds easy enough, but identifying something based exclusively not tactile perception is a skill that's

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  • Robot Face Race

    Welcome to the future where robots are everywhere. Artificial intelligence is right around the corner, Netflix is deciding for us what movies we should watch, and there are even cars that can parallel park themselves. In Robot Face Race, one loopy robot inventor has built over 100 robots but forgot to give them heads, and a robot is useless without their head! Shake the robot randomizer and watch how it reveals the special colors of a unique robot’s face, eyes, nose, and mouth. Then, the search begins! The

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  • Raccoon Rumpus

    Oh, no! A pack of silly little raccoons have raided your closet and are throwing a costume party! Well, they’ve already made a mess of things, why not join in? Be the first to help the raccoons try on five different costumes before anyone else. Simply roll the dice to determine which article of clothing of a certain color you need to find to dress the raccoon with a super cool costume. But, roll the “underwear” symbol and your raccoon loses all of its clothes and has to start again in just their underpants!

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