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On each card are Traffic Officers, which are randomly arranged in a circle. Players see the Officers from either the front or rear and must then follow 3 directions, going to the left or right. But which way is which? This is determined by noticing the direction that the Officer is facing. Everyone must quickly find out, which card the directions point to after the 3 movements. The player with the most correct is the winner!
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 2574 (added 1/5/2005)
Here’s a Bright Idea Game kids will
really gopher! 39 food cards feature a gopher holding apples, carrots, or nuts,
ranging from 1 – 3. Each player is stockpiling for the wintertime, and the goal
is to collect exactly six of one of the foods. The cards are mixed up and placed
faced down in a mess at the center of the table. Each player will pick a card
from the center, and then decide if they should keep picking cards. The more
cards they pick, the more likely they’ll find the ones they need. But, if they
pick two of the same kind of food in a row, they’ll lose all their cards!
Players must be risky, but not greedy, in this card game of collecting and
counting. When players collect exactly six of one food, they receive a Gopher
Trophy card! Whoever wins 3 Gopher Trophy cards first, wins the game. Game comes
with 50 playing cards and game instructions. 10-minute playing time. Game design
by Reinhard Staupe. For 2 – 4 Players, Ages 5 and Up.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 2573 (added 1/5/2005)
This unique construction toy comes in six different colors, all of different difficulty levels. The cube is sold as a two-dimensional flat foam rectangle. It's easy to pack because pieces fit together jigsaw-style. The challenge is to remove the six pieces and then reconnect them to form a seamless cube. In addition, each Happy Cube comes with instructions on how to make larger cube formations by interlinking various pieces of the different colored cubes. Although each cube has only a few small pieces, it can be quite a brainteaser. This European product is available through U.S. distributor, Kyp Henn.
— "The Happy Cube has been around since '92 and still is going strong!" Kyp Henn told TDmonthly. "Math teachers love it and so do 99 year olds. I get calls daily from people who are trying to find them."
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 2572 (added 1/5/2005)