Hearing Things Game:

Who knows what’s going to come out of your teammate’s mouth? The Hearing things game, Hasbro’s twist on the online viral “Whisper Challenge” sensation has you guessing what you think your teammate is saying by reading their lips. One player puts on the speech-cancelling electronic headphones and the other player says the random phrase shown on the card such as, “Pigeons like to cuddle” or “You’re the champ of the camp “. The game headphones limit the player‘s ability to hear what their teammate is saying out loud, and the player has to figure it out to earn the card. The player with the most cards wins. The game comes with speech-cancelling electronic game headphones, and 150 cards with 600 phrases. Includes 1 set of game headphones with built-in sounds and timer, 150 cards, and game guide. Requires 2x “AAA” batteries, not included. Ages 12 and up.

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Uno Card Game

UNO Card Game. America’s Number One Brand of Family Game. Get into the fast fun for everyone with UNO. See why this color coded card game is such a popular brand of family Game. Be the first player or team to score 500 points. Points are scored by being the first to rid yourself of all the cards in your hand before your opponents. Play cards from your hand by either matching color or number with the top card of the discard pile. When you have one card left, yell UNO!

Super Mario Chess Game Collector’s Edition

The 1st-ever Nintendo-authorized chess game… starring the most popular Super Mario characters! Packaged in a cool collector’s tin, this super-special set features 32 colorfully detailed pieces, including Mario (king), Luigi (queen), Princess Peach (bishop), Princess Daisy (bishop), Yoshi (knight), Toad (rook), Coin (pawn), Bowser (king), Bowser Jr. (queen), Magikoopa (bishop), Birdo (knight), Goomba (rook), and Koopa Shell (pawn). Unbelievable! Measures 3-inches tall x 11-inches wide x 11-inches long.

Monopoly Gamer: Mario Kart

We all know the classic game of Monopoly, and we all know the iconic game of Mario Kart. We figured combining two things that we like couldn’t be a terrible idea. Except for the fact that friendships have certainly been ended by both of these games on a fairly grand scale. Hopefully you and your buddies can come to an agreement that whatever happens in Monopoly Gamer: Mario Kart, stays in Monopoly Gamer: Mario Kart.