List of products by brand Brain Games
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Players in Roskis need to toss trash into the garbage bin, but unfortunately they're all a bit lazy and instead of emptying the bin when it's full, they're content to pile everything as high as possible in the hope that someone else will knock it over and have to clean up the mess. Before the game begins, each player takes a set of cards numbered 1–10, and the forty pieces of "trash"—milk cartons, tin cans, bottles, and apple cores—are placed next to the garbage can. Each round, players secretly choose one of the three cards in their hand, then reveal them simultaneously. In order from low number to high, each player places a number of pieces of trash equal to the number she revealed into—or onto—the garbage bin...
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In Pharaoh Code, you're trying to claim as many scarabs as you can by solving the aforementioned codes. To set up the game, you divide the number tiles into four piles based on the number of scarabs on them, with more scarabs typically signifying larger numbers. To create the number pyramid, you lay out one tile with four scarabs, two tiles with three, and so on. On a turn, one players rolls the three dice – an octahedron, a decahedron and a dodecahedron – then all players try to use the four fundamental arithmetic operations to transform the numbers on two or three of the dice to match one of the numbers on a tile. For example, amongst the cards on the board is a 72 and you rolled two 8s and one 1; you can calculate 8 x (8 + 1) and the result is 72.
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Saboteur 2- expansion for card game Saboteur
Card game Saboteur Duel - Saboteur version for 2 players
Based on the popular "spot the differences" challenges found in books, newspapers and elsewhere, Difference challenges your abilities to observe and react quickly. The deck includes two sets of double-sided cards, with one set being more challenging than the other. Place one card in the center of the table, then deal the rest out to players as evenly as possible.
To start, each player looks at the top card of her stack, then tries to spot the two differences between her card in hand and the reference card on the table. Whoever spots her particular differences first stops play, demonstrates them to everyone, places her card on top of the reference card (creating a new challenge for everyone), then draws the next card from her deck. Whoever gets rid of all of her cards first wins!
Saboteur - bluffing card party game about dwarfs and gold digging.
A deduction party game for up to 10 players. based on logic and deduction
Colorful party kids game Home Sweet Home about funny ocean creatures