TAKE TO THE HIGH SEAS

Don’t misunderstand us. We love exploring all that Hyrule has to offer just as much as the next person, but putting Link on open waters with the wind at our backs – that was something else when we experienced it for the first time. We’ll never forget our hero of time and our Princess Zelda, and what more iconic way to remember the legends then put them into stained glass? And by “stained glass” we mean a puzzle that looks like stained glass. Same thing, really. Only this one’s easier to ship to you.

This 550 piece puzzle features Princess Zelda and Link in a stained glass design with an art style from Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. All you need to complete this puzzle is your thinking cap! The thinking cap can be found three-fourths of the way through the Earth Temple. Get to it.

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Portal: The Uncooperative Cake Acquisition Game

Before Chell made her way through Aperture Science Laboratories in Portal and Portal 2, there were legions of Test Subjects who tried (and failed… a lot) to pass through those very same test chambers. Lured to their demise by the same thing that lures us most of the parties and company meetings we attend: the promise of delicious Cake!

Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal Board Game

Jim Henson absolutely knocked it out of the park with The Dark Crystal. He created a classic story while absolutely terrifying us as children with how some of these creatures look. If that doesn’t make you remember a movie, nothing will. Now you can relive those memories with the board game based off the movie. Just, hopefully, without the hiding behind the couch the first time you saw a skeksis.

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.