The Happiest Game on Earth

To infinity, and beyond! Curiouser and curiouser. Just keep swimming, just keep swimming. Hi, ho, hi, ho, it’s off to work we go! For almost a century, Disney has brought us countless movies, characters, and settings that are forever memorable. Now these properties are put into game form with Codenames: Disney Family Edition! The latest version of this popular word association game covers Disney- and Pixar-related properties from the past 90 years. The familiar gameplay takes a family angle with two difficulty levels and pictures instantly recognizable for Disney-loving families. The game is for 2-8 players aged 8 and up, perfect for kids, families, and multiple generations to play together.

Two teams of players compete to see which of them can uncover the cards for their side first. A Cluemaster on each team gives one-word clues to help team members name the Disney characters, locations, and items on the cards. It’s different each time you play! For groups with younger players, play with a 16-card grid and no game-ending card. For those with a more competitive spirit, go for the 25-card grid, where the game-ending card is simply a non-threatening X. From Steamboat Willie to Moana, Alice in Wonderland to Beauty and the Beast, there’s something for every generation.

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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer 100-Piece Pocket Puzzle

Puzzle are fun, especially one like this! For ages young and old, the pocket puzzle is a little easier to contend with. Its design offers bigger pieces and a smaller size for portability, so everyone can enjoy some puzzling fun. This Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer 100-Piece Pocket Puzzle measures approximately 8-inches by 6 1/4-inches when completed. Ages 14 and up.

Star Trek 50th Anniversary Tridimensional Chess Set – Free Shipping

Hone your tridimensional chess in preparation for your next match with Mr. Spock with this sensational Star Trek 50th Anniversary Tridimensional Chess Set from The Franklin Mint. Celebrate 50 years of the series that took us where no series had gone before with this chess set that brings the world of Star Trek off the U.S.S. Enterprise and into your reality. The set was created to emulate the one first seen in The Original Series episode “Charlie X” where Captain Kirk beats Spock. It’s a stunning showpiece, moving the star Trek saga into a bold new dimension! Ages 9 and up.

Star Trek Panic Co-Op Game

Star Trek Panic is a cooperative, light strategy tower defense game based on the popular Castle Panic game! As part of the original crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise, your five-year mission is to explore strange new worlds, encounter alien civilizations, and defend the ship. Players work together to carry out missions while keeping the U.S.S. Enterprise safe from enemy attacks.