My First Stone Age - Card Game
The famous Stone Age has its own kids’ version: My First Stone Age and My First Stone Age - Card Game. This card game can be played by itself or as an expansion of My First Stone Age. You can easily take it everywhere for its portable size. As a card game, it does not need a big display so you can play it on anywhere like a beach mat, camping table or even a big log.
Players try to build houses with three different resources which are hidden in the grass. You’ll need to use all your memory skills to move Martin the Mammoth to help uncover the resources. The first player who builds three houses wins.
My Little Scythe
My Little Scythe will be the first all-age-group game from Stonemaier Games. This game was originally designed by a fan of Scythe. She combined the gameplay of scythe and the characters of My Little Pony which are not included in Stonemaier Games’ version.
Some of My Little Scythe’s mechanisms are inspired by the bestselling game, Scythe. Players need to choose different actions in order to be the first one to earn 4 trophies from 8 categories. Each choice matters!
A little box of questions that spark big conversations and learning. You can learn about everything from these little cards: literacy, animals, sports, geography, science...
Don’t miss it and kids will find fun through learning.
You've Got Crabs
This can be the most popular family game in the first half of 2018. Another 2-minute-to-learn game can make both parents and children happy, especially with the wearable crab claws.
This game requires sharp eyes and reflexes during the intensity. Players need to communicate a secret signal to your teammate when you have got 4 different crab cards. If your teammate successfully understand your signals and yells: ’You’ve got crabs.’, you gains 1 point.
There will always be a conflict when you choose the theme of board games if you have both boys and girls at home. Codenames will help you sort it out!
Two Cluemasters give one-word clues to help their teammates identify the Disney characters, locations and items from a 25 card game grid. Including both pictures and words, it’s family fun for Disney fans of all ages!
The Marvel Edition of Codenames combines the hit social word game with the Marvel Universe including Spider Man, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Avengers and Doctor Strange. Opposing teams, S.H.I.E.L.D. and Hydra, compete to be the first to identify all of their team’s ‘field agents’ from 25 Code cards displayed in a 5x5 grid. A must-have for Marvel fans of all ages.