The death-dodging party game, blending an element of story-telling with scenarios that inspire sheer terror. Using an array of useless objects, players must compete to devise the most impressive getaway plan of all time.
"No good at quizzes? Great, because in this game we give you all the answers before you start. All you have to do is work out which of the 11 Colour Cards in your hand correctly answers one of Colour Brain’s crafty questions. Get it right and you could be in luck. Now you need the other teams to get it wrong to walk off with the points — while they turn green with envy."
"This is a speedy card game for kids featuring their two favourite subjects: dinosaurs and poo. The aim of the game is to get rid of all your cards. The last player caught with any cards in their hands ends up in the poo! Dino Dump is a bit like Uno. You have power cards and can play card combos to get rid of cards faster and sabotage your rivals. It’s also super-portable, so perfect for throwing in a bag to take on holiday, to school or someone’s house."
Once again, it's time to roll up your sleeves and rhyme your socks off. Act out and describe over 500 brand new rhyming charades while your team tries to guess as many as they can. From 'King Kong playing ping pong' to 'A Pot Noodle marrying a poodle', our rhymes are even more ridiculous than last time – if that's possible.
Stack up your Pizza Cards and get ready to reach for a slice! Each round, players must think of a word that connects the letter to the category, then shout it out before anyone else. The speediest player wins the slice!
"Everyone knows the secret word except the Chameleon. But who is the Chameleon? Using one carefully chosen word each, you try to catch out the imposter. But when someone is this good at blending in, innocent people start looking guilty and the Chameleon can escape scot-free."
"We've been looking on the internet at some of the things you people have been searching for and it's pretty strange: ""Has a monkey ever touched a blue whale?"", ""Did dinosaurs go to heaven?"", - the list goes on. In this game, we give you the first half of a search, then you have to guess the rest. The more popular your answer, the more points you earn. Just think like a human and you'll be fine. "
A family party game all about which two things happened first. For example: Arnie or Helicopters, Frozen (the movie) or The Ice Bucket Challenge, and so on. Players place chips on which one they think is the oldest and double their stake if they get it right. Wins equal moves around the board.
This is a super-simple party game where the hen runs the show. They choose the questions, which are all about them, and read them out loud. Everyone else splits into teams and tries to get four correct answers in a row to win a made-up mystery prize from the hen. Good cluck to you all!