Games that play well with two to six players in a range of ages.
Tumblewords: It’s like a cross between that game where you make words with tiles and that game where you drop checkers into a vertical grid. For two wordsmiths.
All the fun of a piñata, with none of the screaming, accidental concussions, or clean-up. For two to six hyperactive greed-crazed kids (or kids at heart).
Lead your jellybean and marshmallow chick army to victory against one to five of your friends in Peep War: The world’s first edible war game.
Investigate and explore with two to four detectives and a map.
Search for specimens and toss mud on two to four paleontologists.
Remembering those matches rewards you with some strategy for two to four players.
Poison apples, beanstalks, and circumlocution for two or more storytellers.
Deduction, role-playing, and uncomfortable probes for two or more aliens.
A dynamic game of gain and loss played on an ever-changing board for two to six players.
A game of late-night deduction and coffee for two or more players.