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Beware of the Other Mother in New Coraline Cooperative Game

Help Coraline escape the Other World in a new cooperative card game from WizKids.

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Count Chocula Battles to Eat the Most Cereal in Monster Crunch

Players select a Monster Cereal character and compete to see who can “eat” the most cereal in this game of luck and strategy.

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Crank Up the Volume with This Game Goes to Eleven

Rock out with this numerical card game without getting silenced.

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Travel Coast to Coast with Trekking The National Parks Game

Practice strategic thinking while learning about the natural beauty of the U.S.

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Defuse or Lose in Cut the Wire

The stakes may seem high, but players must defuse or lose in YULU‘s latest game. The suspense seems pretty fair though, since the whole point of Cut the Wire is to compete against your friends to… read more

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Be the Triple Cross Boss with Winning Moves’ Latest Game

You may have been double crossed before, but have you ever been triple crossed? In Triple Cross, from Winning Moves Games, players aim to have more vertical and diagonal three-in-a-row discs of the same color… read more

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Hop into Game Night with Harry Hopper

Looking for a new, unique way to spend game night with your kids? Hop to it! Harry Hopper, from Thames & Kosmos, is a game full of hoppin’ fun that challenges kids to practice their… read more

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Sudoku Meets The Rubik’s Cube In This Brain-Bending Puzzle

Calling all masterminds young or old! Sudoku just got a colorful makeover. Forget numbers one through nine, it’s all about six colors and 3-D cubes now. Color Cube Sudoku, by Thinkfun, is the next head-scratching,… read more

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DR. BEAKER

Kids can stir up excitement in the lab when they flip a challenge card and race their opponents to match the formula. Using logic and their stirring rod, players move the molecules into the right… read more

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COLOR CUBE SUDOKU

This 3-D puzzle re-imagines the classic Sudoku puzzle using colors instead of numbers. Kids can flip and arrange nine color cubes until no colors repeat in any row or column to win. There are more… read more

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