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Briarpatch takes Thomas the Tank Engine on a fun-filled railway adventure through the Island of Sodor in the newest addition to its popular Thomas & Friends™ game series ? Thomas? Tracks & Trestles Game. Full of ups and downs, this journey keeps kids on track with a game that promotes visual, matching, memory and manual dexterity skills.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 525 (added 9/1/2004)
I SPY Word Scramble from Briarpatch is a fast-paced game that features an eye-appealing Word Scramble board with 48 interlocking, sliding letters, 2 minute sand timer, and 26 double-sided I Spy call-out cards. Two levels of play provide challenging games for both beginners and more advanced players.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 526 (added 9/1/2004)
Age Range: 5 and up
“I Spy” a snake, a wiggly worm ... so what´s “In Common?” Things that squirm! Turn over the timer; you have 3 minutes to find the tiles that have something “In Common” and place them in rows on the game board. In Common is the recipient of three awards: Creative Child Magazine Preferred Choice, Dr. Toy´s Best, Smart Play/Smart Toy and Parent´s Choice Gold Seal of Excellence.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4291 (added 8/24/2005)
For the tween Mason in your family, the object of this game is to acquire the most points by constructing various Da Vinci-like designs on the board. Using variously shaped pieces, players are awarded points based on the difficulty of their design, be it a gem, hourglass, or the all-seeing eye. Eventually, players can block other players´ designs and use other strategies to gain an advantage.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4740 (added 9/22/2005)
Sudoku is simple to play, but challenging to master. To play, select one of the 50 puzzles from the enclosed booklet, and place the number tiles, red side up, on the game board. To solve the puzzle, fill in each square on the grid with a black number tile so that every row, every column and every 3 by 3 grid contains the digits 1 through 9. Available Spring 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5906 (added 12/9/2005)
Become the master of Da Vinci's Challenge with this portable card game of secret symbols valued at 1 to 125 points each. Each fast-paced round is played with cards featuring classic imagery such as the Seed
of Life, Flower of Life or Leonardo Da Vinci himself. Players take turns trying to match or beat the last card thrown. Remember to announce "Carta Finale!" (last card) when you have one card left in your hand. Empty your hand of all cards to win. As an extra bonus, these cards can also be played as an add-on to the Da Vinci's Challenge board game.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7515 (added 4/12/2006)
This delightful go-everywhere family game will wow kids as well as adults with the thrill of spelling short words up, down and all around the crossword tray. Being imaginative and a good speller of two-, three-, four- and five-letter words will make you worthy of the title “ultimate word nerd.” When you are done playing, simply close the lid on the word tray … all the letter cubes are neatly stored inside. It's new for 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7636 (added 4/20/2006)
Players can choose one of four double-sided boards in this skill-building game. The object is to be the first to spy the object on the board that matches the card turned over, ring the bell, and capture cards. The game includes different rules for three to four players and an advanced tournament game. For 2006, it was named a Top 100 Best Children’s Product by Dr. Toy and received the Dr. Toy’s 10 Best Games Award. “This is the I Spy game that Pavlov would like best…and the payoff is fun for the whole family,” George Schimpf, vice president of marketing at Briarpatch, told TDmonthly. Launch date: May 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9809 (added 10/26/2006)
Players turn up one card at a time, keeping an eye out for matching cards. Players compete to be the first to call out the name of the matched object. The player with the most cards wins. Launch Date: 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10252 (added 11/27/2006)
Red and green apples are placed on “crates” in one of eight rows at the top of an elevated game board. By strategically moving apple crates and using Newton’s law of gravity, each player aims to be the first to get all of their apples to fall to the bottom row, while blocking their opponent’s apples. In the race for gravity to do its job, players move crates vertically or horizontally, and even line up crates to build bridges to move apples into new rows. “Kids young and old will really ‘fall’ for the concept behind Newtown’s Apples,” said Briarpatch VP of Marketing George Schimpf. Launch date: April 10, 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11805 (added 3/6/2007)
In this game, one to four players put on the included 3-D glasses and enter the magical world of I Spy. They read the rhymes and explore the 3-D tiles to find the floating objects and solve the riddle. Players can create game boards by laying down the tiles in different patterns. Briarpatch VP of Sales Alex Fazio told TDmonthly that “the optical 3-D illusion aspect of the game play that directly ties into the themes of the Scholastic I Spy books,” sets the game apart and makes it ideal for specialty stores. This product received a 2007 iParenting Media Award for Outstanding Products and an Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award. Launch date: March 1, 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11955 (added 3/16/2007)
Intended for two to four players, this game challenges children to use their eyes to quickly spot objects. No reading is required. The game comes with 48 cards, one action die, four picture dice and instructions. “Beloved and well-known imagery from the I Spy license comes together with a fast-moving card game that requires no reading,” Lisa Orman, public relations representative for Briarpatch Inc., told TDmonthly. “[It also] hones quick eye-hand coordination and recognition skills.” This game is a winner of the Spring 2007 National Parenting Center Seal of Approval Award. Launch date: March 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13750 (added 6/27/2007)
Thomas and his friends Molly, Percy and James lay tracks from their sidings to the main line, so they can travel over the bridge and into the train shed. The first engine to enter the roundhouse wins. The game includes 72 track pieces that insert into the game board, four engine tokens and spinner and game rules. No reading is required. “While color matching is an integral part of the game,” Lisa Orman, public relations representative for Briarpatch Inc., told TDmonthly. “Preschoolers who master the concept of sequencing will have an edge in this game.” Launch date: 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 14320 (added 7/25/2007)
In this rummy style game, players match patterns or styles of clothing on clotheslines. Clever players use their bird cards to swipe laundry from an opponent or move clothes from one clothesline to another. Each game comes with four game boards, 66 playing cards that feature 12 finishing poles, 49 laundry cards and five mischievous birds. No reading is required, making this an ideal family game for even the youngest members of the household. Launch date: Spring 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16531 (added 12/7/2007)
Players set sail from Old World Ports with a fleet of three ships and cross the uncharted waters of the Atlantic, where unseen Sea Monsters lurk below the waves. Players navigate through typhoons, get blown off course and even drift out to sea. A roll on the Seafarer’s Die determines a ships’ direction, while a roll of the Deep Sea Die determine may determine a player’s fate. The game comes with a game board, a dozen ships flying four flags, eight sea monster/wave tiles, four port of call cards, eight typhoon cards and two colorful dice. Launch date: March 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16532 (added 12/7/2007)
Thomas challenges James, Molly and Percy to learn their numbers and earn coal that powers them up and over the hill and across the finish line. Each little engine drops into a slot on the Great Race track, with the back of each slot open to receive “coal blocks.” This fast action game develops sorting, counting and color matching skills. Each game includes a Great Race track, four racing engines, 24 question cards, 30 coal blocks and game rules. Launch date: Spring 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16533 (added 12/7/2007)
Players race to memorize and recount jumbled evidence. The game includes nine I SPY picture blocks, a Jumbler with a built-in 30-second timer, 24 I SPY Cards, a magnifying glass token and rules. The game is intended for two to four players. Launch date: Spring 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16534 (added 12/7/2007)
In this game, kids create one-of-a-kind critters with the turn of a page. The flip books have color-coded index tabs and are divided into top and bottom pages. Roll the die and flip the tabs accordingly, creating up to 100 different animal combinations. An added feature of this board game is that all players play at once. Each game comes with a game board, four flip books, four soup spoons, a soup bowl, 15 animal tokens, a color-coded die and complete game rules. Launch date: Spring 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16535 (added 12/7/2007)
Beginners search for matching pairs while advanced players solve riddles. No reading is required, and there are eight different ways to play. The game includes 60 memory cards and 16 challenging riddle cards.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 19164 (added 5/30/2008)
The game has kids dashing to tuck baby into bed by collecting a teddy bear, pajamas and bottle. No reading is required. The game comes with a game board, 48 playing cards, four tokens with stands, a rattle, die and rules.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 19165 (added 5/30/2008)
Players help Fancy Nancy transform her bedroom from plain to posh, by bringing in her boas, ribbons, tiaras and more. No reading is required. The game comes with a color die, four bedroom game boards and 40 Posh Cards, including 14 purple "Let's Get Fancy!" cards, 18 pink "Accessories!" cards and eight blue "Oops!" cards.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 19166 (added 5/30/2008)
New adventures from Frog and Toad bring to life the charming artwork of Arnold Lobel. The unique “create asyou go” game encourages kid’s creative thinking and problem solving. For one to four players. Launch date: February 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 22338 (added 1/30/2009)
Four individual puzzles help children learn shapes by putting the puzzles together. The shapes are cleverly shown in the puzzle pictures. The sturdy puzzles come in a self-closing carrier box designed for years of puzzle fun. "The unique Briarpatch Carrier design makes it a one-of-a-kind item, perfect for holiday and birthday party gift-giving. The award-winning SAMi artwork is also made for the specialty store shopper," Carol Comes, product manager for Briarpatch, told TDmonthly. This product is an Oppenheim Gold Award winner. Launch date: March 31, 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 24265 (added 6/29/2009)
This 48-piece, 7" x 7' floor puzzle features the colorful animals of Simms Taback award-winning books. The puzzles can be done individually and then hooked together or placed in a very long line. This Oppenheim Gold Award winner is made in the USA. It's "just made for the specialty market," Product Manager Carol Comes of Briarpatch told TDmonthly. Launch date: March 31, 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 24267 (added 6/29/2009)
In this game of skill and chance for two to four players, the goal is to be the first to top off a treat with a cherry to win the game. It is made in the USA. Launch date: March 31, 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 24268 (added 6/29/2009)
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