Thebes, the valley of the Pharaohs. Award winning game of archaeology and journeys of scientists. Will you be the one who discovers the hidden treasures and learn the most about the ancient civilizations? 2008 Golden Geek Best Family Board Game Winner How to play: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vCW0JrpVjk
It is 13th century in Spain and you have to build the most impressive and beautiful palace for your Sultan. Alhambra was awarded Game of the Year in 2003. How to play: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpsQbnup0oE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ps6DwOADgMU
Thai, English, Khmer, Malay instructions inside the box. One player takes the role of investigator and tries to discover the guilty suspect. The other player takes the role of Mr. Jack and wants to keep the suspect hidden. Great deduction game for two players. How to play: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPN0wIJJqls
PYLOS: to the top of the pyramid... Two players are given, 15 marbles each. They take turns to make a pyramid. Simple rules allow them to save their marbles. The winner is the player who saves the most marble and is thus the last to complete the pyramid.
QUIXO MINI: cubes that move and push each other around. 25 cubes are imprisoned on a board. Players take turns to move their cubes by pushing the others out of the way. The winner is the first player to create a line of 5 identical cubes.
Get the bananas by finding Ben Banana the number one monkey in the 3D jungle. He is sitting somewhere on the tree branches in the jungle where you do not see him. As in real life running after the monkey gang is not easy and you will need some dexterity and good memory to collect the most bananas and throw your own banana party. How to play:...
QUIXO: cubes that move and push each other around. 25 cubes are imprisoned on a board. Players take turns to move their cubes by pushing the others out of the way. The winner is the first player to create a line of 5 identical cubes.
QUARTO MINI: the worlds most award-winning game! Each of the 16 pieces has four different attributes. The aim is to line up 4 pieces which share the same attribute. The problem is you can't choose which piece you're going to play - your opponent chooses for you.