FOLLOW THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD

What’s not to love about a tale where a terrifying freak weather phenomena plunges an ordinary girl into a strange world populated by little people, flying monkeys, witches and a wizard? And equips her with a trio of companions seeking specific quest items, likeyado? Superbly told by L. Frank Baum, the story of love, acceptance, and unselfishness succeeding despite otherworldly challenges has made The Wizard of Oz an enduring favorite since 1900.

The Yellow Brick Road won’t help you (much), but it serves as a small part of the background of this ThinkGeek exclusive The Wizard of Oz 1000 piece Puzzle featuring the original 1900 Wizard of Oz title page with a lone poppy (foreshadowing!) and an accompanying 1900 book plate where Dorothy meets Cowardly Lion.

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Rick and Morty Back in Blackout Clue Game

In the Rick and Morty Back in Blackout Clue Game, Rick wakes up from a blackout to find someone has unlocked his safe and stolen the plans to his portal gun! Now he must get the plans back before one of his adversaries completes the assembly and gains the power to traverse dimensions. The Smith family and Mr. Poopybutthole are by his side to help nurse his hangover and find out WHO stole the plans, WHERE they are hiding, and HOW they persuaded Rick to give up the code to his safe. Makes a great gift for fans of the Rick and Morty series. Ages 17 and up. 3 to 6 players.

Rick and Morty Monopoly Game

Take an interdimensional trip around the universe as you buy, sell and trade locations from this popular Adult Swim TV show! Comes with 6 Collectible Tokens including Council of Ricks Badge, Meeseeks Box, Oportal Gun, Plumbus, Rick’s Car, and Snuffles Helmet; Custom Designed Game Board featuring locations from the show; Custom Flooble Cranks and Gooble Boxes to replace traditional Houses and Hotels; Custom themed Monopoly money; and Instructions. For 2-6 players ages 17 and up.

Jumanji Board Game

So reads the game board for the Jumanji Board Game. If that isn’t warning enough, perhaps the creeping vines and charging rhinoceros will demonstrate the seriousness and risk-taking requirements of this challenge. And, once you begin, the game really pulls you in, committing your team to seeing it through.