Maze Mountain is the one handed labyrinth that’s mountains of fun!! Place your marble at the bottom of the mountain, then carefully lift and twist the handle to move it up the treacherous track to the top. Once you’ve reached the top, race back down! Patience and a steady hand is what it takes to master the Maze Mountain! Ages 6 & Up.
The famous tower William the Conqueror began building in 1078 has been both a palace and a prison. The marble, which is the central piece to this puzzle, seeks escape. Does it symbolize a thief making off with the crown jewels? Or is it one of the tower’s famous prisoners trying to escape oppression? Either way, the object for you is to twist the tower’s levels to find the trap doors that let the marble escape through its secret passageways. Includes metal marble, six-story tower with roof and base.
10 Glowing Bracelets
Just Zip-It! Zip-it is the snap-action catch game you’re sure to love! Just snap the handles and watch the ball fly! Power nets make it easy to catch and throw, and roll up nets are easy to take and play anywhere. Whether you’re at the beach, park, or backyard you’ll be having tons of fun zipping around!
Contains 30 plastic glow-in-the-dark stars and adhesive putty.
Try the classic contest and walk the slinky down the stairs! With six different activities you can challenge your friends and family to the all-time Slinky championship! Race around the board competing in fun Slinky events like-flip a Slinky and roll a winner in Slinky golf. This game includes a Slinky and fun, new ways to play with one of the most popular toys in history. If you love retro toys, you’ll find this game to be a perfect fit!
Release your imagination with Tangleit’s the perfect combination of toy and art form. Create a new shape, pull it apart and snap it back together, roll it into a spiral, or link it with another Palm Tangle. However you play with it, Tangle is contagiousonce you pick it up, it’s tough to put down! Ages 5 & Up.
Sherlockians know 1896 as ‘The Missing Year.’ What really happened? H.G. Wells developed a time machine and issued a challenge to the great detective. Now you can spin through America with Holmes and Watson to help them solve 20 of the most baffling unsolved mysteries of the 20th century-from the Lindbergh kidnapping to the Kennedy assassination. Easy-to-learn gameplay with 20 challenging mysteries. Games Magazine 1999 Buyer’s Guide to Games Award Winner.
Creepy Crawlers is the Ucky, Yucky, Squirmy, Wormy, Bug-filled board game! Take over the house with the help of Creepy Crawlers bugs! Players take turns moving, capturing room after room as their bugs swarm through the house. The first player to capture three rooms wins the game. Games don’t get much grosser than this! For 2 to 4 players. Ages 6 & Up.
Kids explore the eerie wonders of Arthur Spiderwick’s study as they put together this 200-piece puzzle. It depicts the Gothic Victorian intricacies of the old Spiderwick Estate’s secret study. There are plenty of cobwebs, test tubes, potions and mysteries jars to pique anyone’s imagination. Puzzle measures 13″ x 19″ when completed. Ages 8 & Up.
The Dominoes Style Matching Puzzle! Legend has it that Marco Polo introduced this puzzle to the West upon his return from China in 1295 as a symbol of his respect and awe for China’s master puzzle inventors. The object is to arrange the tiles so that the colors on each tile match up.
Be an animal at the zoo! Wind your way through the zoo maze. Take short cuts on boats, bridges, and trolleys-whenever you can! Keep an eye out for your adventurous babies! It’s time to take them back to their safe zoo home and it’s your job to get them there. Contains interlocking board pieces, animal playing pieces, animal baby tokens and a spinner. For 2-6 players.