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Egg Slam!

Players race to call out the colours of eggs laid by the rainbow birds. Players take turns flipping a card from their deck onto a pile. Whoever calls out the correct colour first wins the egg card, and whoever has collected the most eggs wins.
2+ players, age 5+, 10 minutes to play

Dirty Pig

The aim of the game is to collect a set of pigs – but will you go for the dirty or the clean pigs?
2-4 players, age 7+, 10 minutes to play

Dragomino

Collect points by matching your domino tiles and adding them to your landscape – matching your tiles means you can draw eggs that could be baby or mother dragons. Winner of multiple awards, this is part of the Kingdomino family of games.
2-4 players, age 5+, 15 minutes to play.

Crossword

A fascinating game to test your speed and skill as you try to make the high scoring crossword before time runs out. The roll of the letter cubes brings a new challenge to each game.
1+ players, age 8+, 5 minutes to play

Chess

The classic two-player game of strategy, where you’re aiming to checkmate your opponent’s king. Try out your Queen’s Gambit with our chess set.
2 players, age 7+, at least 30 minutes to play.

Castle Party

A “flip and write” game, where players take it turns to draw cards and write on a board. The active player turns over a shape card and then everybody places a monster card on the table in the attempt to match the shape on the card.
2-4 players, age 8+, 30 minutes to play

Bag of Awkward Questions

Easy to pick up and play with simple rules, anyone can enjoy this fun-filled game discovering just how much they really know about their nearest and dearest!
4+ players, age 17+

Ansagrams

A quickfire quiz game that tests more than just your general knowledge, but also your anagram solving skills!
3+ players, age 12+, 30 minutes to play

A Little Wordy

A fresh and ridiculously clever tile-based word-unscrambling game. From your pile of letters, come up with a word. Be sneaky and choose a word that your opponent won’t easily guess. Write it down, keep it a secret. Rescramble your tiles, pass them to your opponent. The goal is to examine your opponent’s tiles and try to figure out their word.