Kid’s Games We Love!

by: on July 29, 2020  |  

Are the kids getting a little stir crazy? We can help you out! Here are 3 of our favorite kid’s games that all age ranges are sure to love.

No Thank You Evil!

  • Age Range: 5+
  • Duration of Game: 30 mins
  • Number of Players: 2-5
  • MSRP: 39.99

No Thank You, Evil! is a tabletop game of creative make-believe, adventure, and storytelling. In No Thank You, Evil!, you create a character based on a couple of cool, descriptive, imagination-firing traits. The Guide (a special role often played by a parent or older sibling) presents a dilemma, and the players set off on an adventure of the imagination. Along the way you use your character’s special skills, companions, and equipment to overcome obstacles. This game is the perfect first steps to any role playing game!

Dragonrealm

  • Age Range: 10+
  • Duration of Game: 20-30 mins
  • Number of Players: 2-4
  • MSRP: 29.99

Pack your lucky socks and get ready for an adventure exploring Dragonrealm. Sneak into the Witch’s Cabin, search the Ogres’ Treehouse, or storm the Dragon’s Lair. Add adventurers to different locations in the hopes of getting the most treasure. But watch out for goblins who might get there first and grab the treasure before you! In the end, the player with the most treasure wins. Using the same thematic world as Dragonwood, players now take on capturing locations using adventurer pawns.

Maki Stack

  • Age Range: 7+
  • Duration of Game: 10-15 mins
  • Number of Players: 2-6
  • MSRP: 24.99

Order’s up, so it’s time for a sushi showdown! Balance and arrange the sushi, plates, and soy sauce bottles, and make sure to execute the order exactly as shown on the card. Be careful because one wrong move and everything might tumble over! Use your fingers as chopsticks to stack pieces, or play in team mode, with each teammate using only one hand and one finger. Maybe you’ll play in blindfold mode, with you guiding your teammate as they blindly build the tower of sushi. Be the fastest solo chef or culinary team to master the art of sushi stacking and win Maki Stack, which is playable by two, four, or six players.

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