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Dare to defeat the enemy fleet in this classic game of strategic combat. Command a fleet of five ships as you search out the enemy, fire at coordinates and score hits. Can you sink your opponent’s fleet before your opponent sinks yours?  Swift and strategic missile assaults will take down your opponent – but only if you’ve hidden your ships from counter attacks! Track each and every hit and miss, keep your cool under fire, and you just might keep your game afloat.

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Chinese Checkers.  Players jump over their own and/or their opponents' pieces with the objective of being the first to move all their pieces from one side to the opposing side.

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The mystery you love to solve again and again is even more intense! CLUE game is back with a modern twist: a soiree at a millionaire mogul's mansion turned deadly, and you must find out who is responsible for murdering the host. There's no Revolver or Billiard Room this time& but could it have been Scarlet with the Barbell in the Spa? Open up the tabloid-style instructions to get the scoop on the updated rooms, weapons, and guests. A deck of Intrigue Cards adds suspense to your game with cards that can help you solve the crime faster& or result in a second victim! Narrow down which rumors are true and which are just hearsay--and get caught up in the scandal of the century! CLUE game is back with a modern twist! Features updated rooms, weapons, guests, and a deck of intrigue cards that adds suspense to the classic murder-mystery game. Includes gameboard, 6 guest movers, 6 Personality Cards, deck of Rumor Cards, deck of Intrigue Cards, clue pad, scandal envelope, 2 dice, 9 weapons and instructions. For 3 to 6 players

 

 

The Original Rummikub is the classic, all-family rummy game! The 106 playing tiles are thicker than before and feature an easy-grip contour for the most comfortable play! One-piece racks make for the simplest set-up, too. Like rummy, there are two ways to make points. Create runs (such as Red 7, Red 8 and Red 9) and sets (Black 8, Red 8 and Blue 8) and keep adding onto them. The more you build, the closer you will get to winning! The game changes with every move, up until the very end. A great combination of strategy and luck makes Rummikub the perfect game for all ages! The box contains: 106 easy-grip tiles, 4 one-piece playing racks, easy-to-read illustrated instructions.

 

Deluxe Rummoli Game  If you like Poker or Rummy, you'll love Rummoli! Includes a durable plastic play mat, playing chips, and instructions. Cards not included.

  

The classic crossword game played by millions around the world!  Use your seven letters to build crosswords, and use bonus spaces to add to your score!  Genuine wooden letter tiles and racks. For 2 to 4 players. Includes Gameboard, 100 Wood Letter Tiles, 4 Wooden Tile Racks, Letter Bag. Winner of the CLASSIC Award by Parent's Choice Awards.  

 

 

Tri-Ominos is the classic triangular domino game. Players begin by drawing several tiles, keeping the numbered sides hidden from their opponents. As each piece is played, points are awarded. New pieces much match the numbers on one of the existing pieces. If you don't have a matching tile, draw from the stock until you get a match. There are penalty points for each tile drawn, but points are awarded when you finally make a match. Certain matches, such as closing a hexagon or building a bridge, earn players as many as 50 bonus points

Crokinole Board

Crokinole is a board game that can be played by the entire family. Played by children, young adults, middle agers, and senior citizens alike, crokinole is action packed. You may shoot with fingers or special cues. A game for 2 to 4 players.

7 in 1 Crokinole Board

This 28'' x 28'' board features crokinole on one side and chess, checkers and backgammon on the other. It also has a two insert with Michigan Rummy, Parcheesi and Snakes and Ladders. Includes play peices for all 7 games. It has a 1 1/4'' octagonal wood frame with laminated play surface. Crokinole was invented in rural Canada in the 1860’s and is a unique blend of different finger flicking games from England, Germany, and East India. This game is like shuffleboard in the round. Players take turns flicking disks on a board, trying to land their pieces on higher scoring central zones. The main stipulation being that contact with the other teams' pieces must be made in order for the disk to remain on the board afterward. Although the game uses quite a bit of skill to flick the disks, there's a very significant strategy element to the game.