Mouse Trap Game:

The Mouse Trap game, a longtime family favorite, is always good for zany action and lots of laughs. Scurry around the board collecting cheese and stealing cheese from other players…but watch out for the trap! While kids are engaged in playing the Mouse Trap game, they can also practice valuable skills in construction, cause and effect, and decision-making. As they interact with the trap, a working, multi-part machine, kids can practice construction skills. They can also work on understanding cause and effect as they understand that each action causes a reaction. And players can practice decision making as they analyze the situation and determine the next best step. Most importantly, kids can have so much fun playing this wacky game! Include gameboard, 4 mouse pawns, marble, 24 Mouse Trap contraption parts, rubber band, 24 cardboard cheese wedges, die, and instructions. 2-4 players. Ages 6 and up

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Fallout: Wasteland Warfare Two Player Starter Set

Some of us here at ThinkGeek World Domination HQ haven’t been able to play Fallout since good ol’ top-down FO1 and FO2 because of stupid motion sickness. And while we’re waiting for our pre-ordered Citroen glasses from Boarding Ring to ship (yes, we are that geeky), it’d be nice to be able to have our faces eaten by super mutants just like the rest of our friends.

Harry Potter Ultimate Trivial Pursuit

Harry Potter faced an enormous struggle. One young gifted boy and his friends had to use only their brains and a few magical pieces of wood to take on He Who Must Not be Named, a dark wizard set on overthrowing the balance of the entire wizarding world.

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!