IT’S DANGEROUS TO ASSEMBLE A PUZZLE ALONE

Loading up the original Legend of Zelda game is something we won’t forget. We also won’t forget just running off without getting a sword from the nice old cave man and dying horribly multiple times before realizing we probably should get a weapon. But this isn’t about that – this is about reliving memories. Specifically, memories that don’t involve mini-us literally crying in frustration.

This 550 piece puzzle features the iconic main menu logo on a black background surrounded by characters and enemies from the game. All we need now is to queue up the main menu music while we’re assembling this thing, and we’ll be good to go.

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Pull My Finger Game

You never know when he’s gonna blow! Pull My Finger is the hilarious game that combines 2 things that make everyone laugh, monkeys and farts! Spin the banana spinner, pull the monkey’s finger and watch his butt Inflate with each pull! How big will his butt get? How long can he hold it in? Avoid the farts and win! For 2 or more players. Fun for the whole family. Ages 4 and up.

First Shapes Jumbo Knob Puzzle

A charming cottage puzzle features familiar shapes. This extra thick wooden puzzle includes five pieces, with jumbo wooden knobs for easy grasping. Full-color, matching pictures appear underneath each piece. A great activity to encourage eye-hand and visual perception skills. Ages 1 and up.

UNO Super Mario Game

Join Mario, Luigi, and all their friends for a game of UNO! Its the UNO you love, but this version also includes a special Mario Super Star Card that makes your character invincible. After another player plays a “Draw 4” or “Draw 2” card, play the “Super Star” card to bounce the card power back to that player.