Throw it back to a simpler time with these retro toys!
It may be the end of summer, but there are still plenty of opportunities for play!
This new take on the Rubik’s Cube is one layer of the original puzzle game. Kids can mix it up and try to realign the colors so that each side only has one color.
In this wooden stacking game, players take turns balancing polycubes. Players earn points for placing each cube within the structure — without overlapping the center “chimney” area.
The game of Scattergories returns with the components and categories from the original game. The mechanical timer has three different settings so players can choose the difficulty level for each game.
Kids can compete to become a princess in this classic ‘90s board game. The first player to collect all of their matching jewelry and the crown wins the title of pretty, pretty princess.
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Players compete and strategize to balance wooden cubes on a 3D structure while avoiding the center “chimney” area. Opponents score a point for each piece they place.
In this classic ‘90s board game, the first player to collect all of the matching jewelry in his or her color, plus the crown, is the pretty, pretty princess.