Split before he splats on you! Players squeeze the seagull's tail as he flies over the sunbathers below. The kid-powered pump on the seagull's tail randomly squirts bubble solutions; if he splats on your sunbather you lose a playing piece. This unique games provides hours of foamy fun for all ages! 2-4 players.
Sonny the Seal moves and sounds like a real seal. Toss rings around Sonny’s bobbing head. When a ring lands around Sonny’s neck, he claps and barks to cheer. For every ring that lands around Sonny’s neck, the player gets a fish reward. The first player to get three fish is the winner. — As of 10/15/2012 this product had 4 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews on Amazon.com.
The Domino Express Maxi Power Plus set combines the fascinating action of falling dominoes with even more exciting stunts. It comes with a rocket tower, 2 straight and 2 curved speed tracks, a plane launcher, 36 speed dominoes and over 100 regular dominoes to stack up and watch fall. This set is hours of fun for both new domino fans, as well as the experienced pro. Launch date: July 2011.
This hungry Dino has stolen another dinosaur’s eggs. Roll the die to choose which egg to rescue first, then carefully reach in and take out the egg…but watch out. No one knows when this intimidating Dino might leap out. Win the game by rescuing the eggs before the Dino attacks. Launch date: July 2011.
Wordsearch!™ is the word search race game. The game is played on a board that rotates to reveal the new words to search for. The first player to find the word marks it with their colored tiles. This game is fast-paced and fun. It also has some twists and turns where players can remove words found by their competitors. The game includes 20 different word search puzzles. Launch date: July 2011.
Goggle Eyes is the hilarious family game that challenges players' vision and balance. To win, players must be the first to get to the finish point by winning challenges such as writing their name backwards, drawing, or performing actions - while wearing wacky glasses provided by the game that alters players' vision. "The glasses that the game comes with alter your perception and has three settings that makes the actions performed harder than they would normally be, and also adds a funny twist to the game," Jennifer Robinson, manager of public relations for Goliath Games, told TDmonthly. Launch date: July 2011.
The Pop the Pig Piggybank will stores loose change for a rainy day. Kids can feed him coins either through his mouth or the slot in his back. When ready to “cash out”, they can just use his spatula key to open his clear vault stomach and get their money. Jennie Robinson of Goliath Games told TDmonthly, "It’s an addition to the popular game Pop the Pig." Launch date: 2010.
This motorized power dealer stacks dominoes on its own and works with all Domino Express ™ sets. Just fill the Domino Tower with dominoes, place it on the power dealer and turn it on to set up row after row of evenly-spaced dominoes. Jennie Robinson of Goliath Games told TDmonthly, "Now your Domino Express™ set up is easier, quicker, and better than ever!" Launch date: June 15, 2010.
In this game, players must take a card and stack the blocks without making the towers fall. The winner is the last player standing. When a player knocks over any blocks they receive a panic token and when they have three they are out of the game. For two to six players. Jennie Robinson of Goliath Games told TDmonthly, "It’s more than just stacking blocks, it has rules and has twists and turns that other 'block' games don’t have." Launch date: 2010. — Candice Broom of Mom Most Traveled called Panic Tower! “a great, no-tech game for kids that need to be unplugged and use their minds!” — Even without children of her own, Krystal of Krystal’s Kitsch found Panic Tower! to be “easy to play and explain” for “fast-paced” fun and “fierce competition.” She recommended the game “for anyone — especially young adults.”
Flip the switch and this battery operated mouse starts speeding away in zig-zag patterns. Kids must chase the swerving, turning, crafty little mouse until they hook his tail with their cat’s paw and collect their cheese. First to get three cheeses wins the game. For two to six players. Jennie Robinson of Goliath Games told TDmonthly, "There is no other board game like it in the market at this time." Launch date: June 15, 2010.
The Mystic Treasure Chest the players seek sits on the altar behind the Guardian Ghoul. Players must complete challenges of the ancients to earn the right to try and open the Chest. They must also choose a mystic key carefully, as only one will unlock the chest to reveal the gold coins and any other key will wake up the guardian bringing the sleeping skull to life. The skullís teeth grind, clatter and bang while his eyes wobble and shrieks a warning at the player who dares try to steal his treasure. For 2 to 4 players.
Collect hands full of herds and caravans over the course of 10 rounds of play and be the player with the least amount of points at the end to win! But be careful…the wild card may change when you least expect it, and you’ll be left to ask, “What’s Wild?!”
Remember how much fun it is to stack up a bunch of dominoes and call everyone over to watch them fall? This starter pack has everything you need to set up your falling domino system. Includes 60 dominoes, 1 domino bridge and one slalom ball drop to make an endless combination of domino stunts.
Remember how much fun it is to stack up a bunch of dominoes and call everyone over to watch them fall? This racing pack has everything you need to turn knocking over dominoes into an incredible event. Includes 100 dominoes and 50 specially crafted speed dominos that fall at lightning speed. In addition there are two loop-de-loops, two domino race cars, a ring of fire for 4 custom domino tracks, and one specatular loop-de-loop.
In this fast-paced game, the goal is to build the biggest, juiciest hamburger by recognizing matching ingredients. Be the first to see a match, slam the squeaker, and add the condiment to your burger. But watch out, some ingredients may not match, and you might lose some ingredients.
The KenKen board game takes the fun of solving the popular puzzles and puts in a board game. To play, players take turns trying to fill in sections of the KenKen puzzle. The person who fills in the most of the squares at the end of the round wins. Contains over 100 changeable puzzles of varying sizes and difficulty levels.
Each player picks a secret picture. The object of the game is to find out what image your opponents have chosen before they find yours. You find out by asking yes or no questions: Does your animal have four legs? Does your animal fly? Does your animal swim in the water? The game comes with four different theme sets of images, including World, Animals, Transportation, and Flags.
There is a fly hidden in the trash can. Players take turns filling up the trash can by pushing the buttons on the outside of the trash can with different types of trash on them. At random, one of the buttons will make the trash can spring open and release the fly. To reset the game, players just push the fly back down and close the lid. Each time, the button that opens the trash can randomly changes so players never know when the fly is going to fly out. This game has no parts to lose, so is ideal for trips. Launch date: July 2009.
Everyone takes turns to spin the hamburger to see how many bites the pig will take. Players move the pig's hand to his mouth each time he takes a bite. With every bite the pig's stomach gets bigger, bigger and bigger. But the player who feeds him too much loses the game. This game has no loose parts, making it ideal for fun on the go. Launch date: July 2009.
Everyone takes turns to roll the die to see how many chomps the pig will take. Players push down the pig's head to chomp the burger. With every pump, the pig's stomach gets bigger, bigger and bigger. When he pops on a player's turn, that person loses the game. Launch date: July 2009.
In this colorful family game of strategy and bluffing, players try to capture all the STIXX of their own color. They can bluff by also taking different colored STIXX in an attempt to thwart opponents. Players who believe they know their opponent's secret color can call them out but will lose a turn if wrong. Launch date: 2008.
This family oriented strategy game for two to four players is simple to learn and comes in a plastic case that snaps shut and is designed for ease while traveling. The object for each player is to surround their opponents' playing pieces and switch them to their color. The person who has made the most pieces of their color at the end of the game is the winner. Launch date: 2008.
This simple game is designed to be learned in about a minute and played with the entire family, with kids from 4 to 10 years old. Game play takes about 15 minutes. The object is to surround opponents' playing pieces and switch them to your color. The person who has made the most pieces of their color at the end of the game is the winner. Launch date: 2008.