Jr Board Games
2 to 5 players, Ages 8 and up, 60 to 90 minutes - In Raccoon Tycoon, players try to produce the most valuable commodities in an ever-changing marketplace. They then use those commodities to build towns, or sell them at the best value to secure great profits which can win auctions for the all-important railroads. The profits may also be used to buy powerful buildings that give the players power-ups, bonuses in production, or end-game victory points.
Otrio is made for 2-4 players ages 8 and up and is the perfect activity for family game night in or as a travel game. Players compete to line up three pieces of the same color by similar size; in ascending or descending order; or within the same space.
36 Playing Pieces
A first fishing game, for 1 - 4 children age 2+. Plays in 5-10 Minutes
The funny sea inhabitants swim happily in all directions and discover many exciting things to play with. Having rolled the die, the children’s task is to fish for a sea dweller of the color shown on the die. If successful, the children receive a toy for the sea dweller caught and can puzzle it into their collecting board. Who is the best angler and will be the first to collect five toys?
1 rod with worm
6 sea dwellers
1 sea = bottom part of box
4 collecting boards (with five toys to pop out)
1 chunky wooden die with symbols
Set of game instructions
Happy Salmon is a simple, ultra-fast, very silly card game. There are no turns. Players call out the action shown on their cards as fast as they can. When two players have a match, they celebrate by performing the action. Actions include the classic "High 5", the unifying "Pound It", the frantic "Switcheroo", and the delightful and bizarre "Happy Salmon".
Each time a player celebrates a match, they quickly discard a card. The first person to get rid of all their cards wins.
Animal Upon Animal is a simple stacking game, listed for ages 4-99, with 29 cute wooden animals. Each turn a player rolls the die and either places one or two animals on to the stack of animals, passes one of his or her animals to another player for them to place, or places an animal on the table, extending the base for other players to build upon. Of course, if any pieces fall off whilst you are building, you get up to two of them back. The first player to have used all of their animals wins.