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Monster City

Monster City

Michael Schacht

Age: 8-108
SELLING POINTS:
  • Outstanding graphics
  • Monster theme
  • Portable size
  • Exciting gameplay

GAME DESCRIPTION:

In Monster City players try to build the most magnificent cities. However, the task is not that easy, because their budget is really limited. That is why they attract different monsters to rampage over their cities, so they could get compensation that could be spent to build more buildings! Four times during the game players score points for their cities – each time it is different and you choose the way you want to get points. It can vary from the choice made by your opponents!

Monster City is a fun and exciting card game for every monster lover – whether you prefer the oversized baked mayhem, or a mechanized knight from Japan, you will find one that suits your taste!

Are you ready to welcome the monstrous rampage to your Monster City?


CONTENTS:
  • 30 Monster Cards
  • 40 Building Cards
  • 10 Starting Cards
  • 14 Event Cards
  • 5 "STOP" Cards
  • 4 Scoring Cards
  • 10 Banknotes
  • Notepad & Pencil
  • Rulebook
A Year in the Forest - Memo

A Year in the Forest - Memo

Emilia Dziubak

Age: 2+
Rights sold to: Lithuania-
SELLING POINTS:
  • learning about animals
  • big elements
  • practicing memory
DESCRIPTION:

The forest has many inhabitants – bigger, smaller, running, flying, spiky or furry. Do you know them all? Let’s play and look for pairs of animals!

A Year in the Forest Memo contains 12 pairs of forest animals like a boar, a bear, a badger or a hedgehog. This set helps children learn about animals living in the forest. It is also a perfect tool for discovering the looks and characteristics of specific animals, which helps develop the child’s vocabulary and knowledge.

Box size: 70 x 135 x 135 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 24 elements
  • rulebook
Look Closely. A Year in the Kindergarten

Look Closely. A Year in the Kindergarten

Przemysław Liput

Age: 5-105
SELLING POINTS:
  • practicing observation
  • recognizing colors and shapes
  • each card presents a detailed picture
DESCRIPTION:

Brushing teeth, a duel of knights, conquest of space – experience an exciting day with other kids in the kindergarten. Look closely at what happened to them while they were playing together. Can you see something in the picture that is in a specific color or shape? This seemingly easy task may turn out to be quite a challenge, even for the adults! Watch carefully and hurry up – whoever is first wins!

Look closely. A year in the Kindergarten is a card game for 2-5 players aged 5 years and more. During gameplay players reveal cards and simultaneously check the picture for elements in a specific color or shape. This exciting game, which develops observation skills and the ability to recognize colors and shapes, is an interesting challenge for both
children and adults!

Box size: 135 x 189 x 41 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 48 big cards
  • rulebook
Felix and Gustav play with syllables

Felix and Gustav play with syllables

Marcin Dudek

Age: 5-105
SELLING POINTS:
  • learning to read using the syllable method
  • practicing observation
  • beautiful pictures
DESCRIPTION:

Mon-key, ti-ger, di-no-saur. Do you know syllables? Do you like to play with them? Felix and Gustav invite you to play and create words out of syllables! Look for the right tiles, match them together and practice creating your first words.

Felix and Gustav play with syllables is an educational game for 1-4 players aged 5 years and more. It lets children practice reading two and three syllable words using the syllable method. The included rulebook contains 7 game variants with different difficulty levels. This set will make learning to read very enjoyable for everyone!

Box size: 205 x 250 x 40 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 4 boards
  • 48 double-sided
  • tiles with syllables
  • 48 double-sided
  • tiles with pictures
  • 12 special tiles
  • tile separator
  • rulebook
Paddy Where should we put that?

Paddy Where should we put that?

Marta Galewska-Kustra

Age: 2-6
SELLING POINTS:
  • learning prepositions in an enjoyable way
  • developing spatial orientation
  • strengthening the habit of keeping things in order
DESCRIPTION:

An airplane, an umbrella, a spoon, a blanket, slippers – where do they all belong? In the kitchen, bathroom or in the living room? Should we put them on the shelf, near the hanger or maybe under the bed? Help Paddy put all items in the right places!

Boards show different rooms where all items need to be put in the right places (for example ON the table in the living room, UNDER the chair in the kitchen, IN the box) according to the instructions in the rulebook or as instructed by the caretaker. Exactly as the title suggests: Paddy Where should we put that? This is a great way for a child to learn prepositions and describe the localization of specific items in relation to each other. It also develops a good habit of placing items where they belong.

What is more, the set includes 5 cardboard characters which can be used while playing!

Box size: 200 x 250 x 35 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 6 boards with rooms
  • 36 tokens
  • 5 standing characters
  • rulebook

AWARDS:
  • Kid’s Time Star
Paddy First activities

Paddy First activities

Marta Galewska-Kustra

Age: 1-3
SELLING POINTS:
  • supporting the development of speech
  • first steps in learning to read
  • developing the skill of naming the surroundings
DESCRIPTION:

What does a cat do? What animal does “moo moo"? Where is “cluck cluck"? Discover the world together with Paddy using onomatopoeia.

Paddy First activities is a set created specifically for children aged 12 months and more. Onomatopoeic expressions can be pronounced by children as young as 1 year and constitute a very important element of speech development. The pictures are packaged in a beautiful box and provide various opportunities for playing: naming different objects, repeating and recognizing onomatopoeic expressions, searching for specific objects among the cardboard pictures and many more. This set can also be used as an aid during the child’s first steps in learning to read.

Box size: 135 x 135 x 135 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 20 pictures
  • 20 captions
  • rulebook with 6 playing scenarios
Paddy Dominoes

Paddy Dominoes

Marta Galewska-Kustra

Age: 2-9
SELLING POINTS:
  • double-sided domino tiles (characters and dots)
  • classic game which can be used in many ways
  • matching exercise
DESCRIPTION:

A classic domino in a Paddy-inspired version! Practice matching elements together with your favorite characters and learn how to play one of the classic board games. 

On one side of each tile in Paddy Dominoes there is a simple domino with images for younger children (images also include captions that can support the child’s first steps in learning to read), while the other side shows the classic version with dots that can be used to practice counting.

Box size: 135 x 135 x 135 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 28 elements (6 x 12 cm)
  • Rulebook
Plus Minus. Learning to Count

Plus Minus. Learning to Count

Marcin Dudek

Age: 7-107
SELLING POINTS:
  • learning to subtract and add up to 10
  • learning about characteristics of numbers (even, odd, etc.)
  • 3 game modes
DESCRIPTION:

Mathematics – the queen of science! Counting is an incredibly important skill, so it’s recommended to start practicing it as early as possible. The best way to learn is through play – it’s useful and enjoyable!
 
Plus Minus. Learning to Count is a math card game for 2-4 players aged 7 years and more. Players can use it to practice basic math skills, such as adding, subtracting, distinguishing between odd and even or bigger and smaller numbers. The included rulebook contains 3 modes, which will let the players enjoy the game on different difficulty levels.

Box size: 135 x 189 x 41 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 45 “add" cards
  • 45 “subtract" cards
  • 20 objective cards
  • rulebook
Syl-la-bles. Learning to Read

Syl-la-bles. Learning to Read

Agnieszka Łubkowska

Age: 7-12
SELLING POINTS:
  • learning about syllables
  • and consonants
  • learning to read using the syllable method
  • developing creativity and vocabulary
DESCRIPTION:

Reading is a vital skill and it’s almost impossible to live without it. Therefore, it is recommended to start practicing it in an easy and enjoyable way as early as possible. We propose learning through a game, which not only supports reading, but also develops creativity!

Syl-la-bles. Learning to Read is a language card game for 2-5 players aged 7 years and more. It is a great way for the players to practice recognizing letters or syllables and creating words out of them. These activities support children in learning to read using the syllable method – the fastest and the most effective technique for learning this important skill. The included rulebook contains 4 modes, which will let the players enjoy the game on different difficulty levels.

Box size: 135 x 189 x 41 mm

CONTENTS:
  • 55 syllable cards
  • 55 consonant cards
  • rulebook
Pizzeria – Eat & Play

Pizzeria – Eat & Play

Jeffrey D. Allers

Age: 8-108
Rights sold to: Korea
SELLING POINTS:
  • Very easy to learn
  • Quick and dynamic gameplay
  • Visually appealing
  • Attractive topic for different ages and groups
  • Solo mode

GAME DESCRIPTION:

In Pizzeria you go with your friends to a pizzeria for lunch. Each round you order a new pizza and a different player slices it into portions. Pizzas consist of different kinds of slices and you have to split them in the best possible way. Some people like pepperoni, others want vegetarian or supreme… How should you cut it, so the portion you want the most gets to you?

In order to get the points, you have to collect the most slices of a given type. You may also choose to eat slices instead of collecting them. Then you get points for basil leaves that were on the slices you ate. The player with the most points is the winner.

0 calories, 100% emotions!

Promos available as an option!
Joker & 2 additional special offers

Awards:
  • 2019 Top 10 Games About Pizza - Tom Vasel (USA)
  • 2019 Top 10 Games For Summer Holidays - Tom Vasel (USA)
  • 2017 Best of 2002 - The Dice Tower (USA)
  • 2017 Game Of The Month - The Dice Tower (USA)
  • 2009 Boardgame Prize Voter's Selection (Japan) (nominee)
  • 2009 Best Children Board Game - Golden Geek Awards (USA) (nominee)
CONTENTS:
  • 65 Normal Pizza Slices
  • 4 Mixed Pizza Slices
  • 12 Special Offer Tiles
  • 1 Pizza Knife Token
  • Rulebook
CATastrophe

CATastrophe

Jeffrey D. Allers

Age: 5-105
Rights sold to: Korea, Japan, China, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Greece, Luxembourg, Cyprus, Canada, Switzerland, Hungary
SELLING POINTS:
  • Bestseller in Poland
  • Attractive theme
  • Outstanding graphics
  • Great for all the family

GAME DESCRIPTION:

In Kociaki Łobuziaki each player has their own unique game board that represents a child’s room where a cat is playing; the cat is chasing twine that goes from one piece of furniture to another, with the game board having slots for twine to run through. The objective of the game is to guide your cat so that it can grab as many toys as possible while running in the room.

During each round the starting player chooses a furniture card from their hand and places it faceup on the pile of cards in the middle of playing space. Each player then takes a turn to move their string and score, if possible. "Moving the string" means stretching your string across your board and through a slot on either side of the furniture that matches the card played. If the string touches the object on the floor, that player scores point chips. Whoever collects the most points wins!

AWARDS:
  • 2021 EducaFlip - Best Educational Game (France)
  • 2021 Joker - Best game for ages 6+ (Belgium) (nomination)
  • 2020 Kids Game Of The Year - Boardspace (South Korea)

CONTENTS:
  • 4 Player Boards
  • 4 Spools with Strings in 4 Colors
  • 20 Furniture Tiles
  • 50 Chips with 10 different Toys
  • 1 First Player Marker
  • Rulebook

Go away monster!

Go away monster!

Gamewright

Age: 3-103
Rights sold to: Germany, Italy, France, Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Austria
SELLING POINTS:
  • Reinforces fine motor skills
  • Teaches shape identification
  • Develops the habit of cleaning up
  • Stunning graphics

GAME DESCRIPTION:

Sleeping time! However, before tucking in the room has to be cleaned up and all the items should be placed in right places. This is exactly what children have to do during the gameplay of Go away monster! – they draw different items from the bag and place them in dedicated spaces on their room board. However, there are playful monsters hidden among the items and their shapes are similar to the rest of the items. As a result, it is easy to make a mistake – when that happens, you have to throw the monster out from your room – go away monster! The winner is the player who cleans up their room first.

Go away monster! is a great game for pre-school players. It trains their fine motor skills, shape and color recognition and gets kids into the habit of cleaning up each evening.

AWARDS:
  • 2018 Parents Choice Recommended (USA)

CONTENTS:
  • 4 Room Boards
  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Paintings
  • 4 Lamps
  • 4 Teddy Bears
  • 8 Monsters
  • A Cloth Bag
  • Rulebook

Overbooked

Overbooked

Daryl Chow

Age: 10-110
SELLING POINTS:
  • Attractive theme
  • Target group – older kids, teenagers, adults

GAME DESCRIPTION:
Come aboard our Plane!

In Boarding players help the flight attendants board the passengers on a plane. In order to gain the best rates from your customers, you must meet certain requirements that they have:
  • lovers want to sit next to each other,
  • children need their parents’ care,
  • businesspeople, tourists and ecologists want to sit next to other friends from their group. 
If it is necessary, you can expel a passenger from the plane! However, this will bring you some negative points, so do it wisely. In the end, nobody wants to be kicked out right before the flight!

The player who boards the passengers on their plane in the best way is the winner.

AWARDS:
  • 2019 Seal of Approval - The Dice Tower (USA) 

CONTENTS:
  • 81 Passenger Cards
  • 15 Event Cards
  • 150 Passenger Tokens
  • 4 Plane Boards
  • 24 Vouchers
  • 1 First Player Marker
  • Rulebook
Guardians of Space

Guardians of Space

Néstor Romeral Andrés

Age: 7-107
SELLING POINTS:
  • Retro arcade design
  • Great for video game lovers
  • Easy yet exciting family game

GAME DESCRIPTION:
Distant future. Humanity managed to colonize planets in galaxies near and far. Unfortunately, during expansion we encountered space invaders willing to destroy our outposts. That is why we need the help of our brave sentinels – Guardians of Space – who pull up their fighters and fight the incoming invasion.

Players take the roles of the space fighter pilots. Their task is simple – protect the planet from invaders from outer space. In order to do that you have to maneuver your fighter, upgrade it, maybe get a missile or a power up and shoot down the enemy! The pilot who shoots down the most valuable aliens proves to be the best among Guardians of Space and wins the game!


CONTENTS:
  • 66 Invader Tokens
  • 4 Missile Markers
  • 4 Power-up Markers
  • 13 Stickers
  • 8 Wooden Square Pawns
  • 1 Round Wooden Pawn
  • Rulebook
On a meadow

On a meadow

Michał Gołębiowski

Age: 6-106
SELLING POINTS:
  • Unique approach to memory game
  • Animals
  • Portable and affordable

GAME DESCRIPTION:
Na łące is a small memory bluffing game where players collect animals living on a meadow and try to find yellow duckies that run around in different directions. They get points for all the ladybugs, butterflies and ants met along the way.

Each turn you check two cards and without showing them to other players you declare whether these have the same animal or not. If the cards are different, you put them back on the table, leaving one visible to fellow players. If you say that the cards are the same, other players can check if you are not bluffing. If you did, as a penalty you must return one of your cards back to the box; if you did not, you collect the cards and the one who checked you must return one of their cards back to the box. However, ducks (the most valuable of the cards) do not have a matching pair, so you must bluff if you want to collect them.

Do you have what it takes to find all the animals hidden at the meadow?


CONTENTS:
  • 44 Cards
  • Rulebook
Ants

Ants

Kang ChulkuKim Sehee

Age: 7-107
Rights sold to: Germany, Italy, France, Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Austria, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Hungary
SELLING POINTS:
  • Bestseller in Poland – multiple reprints each year!
  • Visually attractive
  • Based on an established book for children
  • Improves math skills
  • Small box, easy to carry in the pocket

GAME DESCRIPTION:
During the game of Mrówki all the players are looking for the right ants in the anthill. The task is not easy, since ants have different colors and different values – you always have to find the correct one. The ever-changing situation at the table guarantees great fun and best emotions.

In order to get the ants, you have to do simple additions, like 17+4. However, you have to do it fast and slap the right ant with your hand before someone else does it before you.

The winner is the player who collects 7 ant cards in all colors or 5 ant cards in the same color.


AWARDS:
  • 2018 Kid-friendly World (Poland) (recognition)
  • 2017 Best Family Game (United Kingdom)
  • 2017 Best Mathematical Game (United Kingdom)
  • 2017 Best Game Of The UKGE (United Kingdom)

CONTENTS:
  • 39 Anthill Cards
  • 35 Ant Cards
  • Rulebook
Chamber of Fear

Chamber of Fear

David Wang

Age: 6-106
SELLING POINTS:
  • Delicate horror theme appealing to young audience
  • Simple rules
  • Great emotions
  • Small box, easy to carry in the pocket

GAME DESCRIPTION:
In Komnata strachu players get into the dark room that is full of Fears, but they are not afraid of them – on the contrary, they want to catch them! The goal of the game is to be the first one to find the Fears that match, either in shape or color, the ones displayed on the revealed cards. The first one who correctly points out the matching monsters and hits the light switch collects the revealed cards. However, the Fears will not give up easily – they also play tricks on our adventurers, making finding the matching Fears more challenging. The best Fearbuster is the winner!


CONTENTS:
  • 40 Fear Cards
  • 15 Special Cards
  • 20 Fear Tokens
  • 1 Light Switch Token
  • Rulebook
Storage Keeper

Storage Keeper

Jog Kung

Age: 8-108
Rights sold to: Italy, Spain, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Australia, Portugal, United States, Great Britain
SELLING POINTS:
  • Quick gameplay
  • Puzzle-like gameplay
  • Small box, easy to carry in the pocket

GAME DESCRIPTION:
The delivery is here! You have to place all the crates full of goods in the warehouse!

In Magazynier players take the role of storage keepers who have to place the merchandise cards in their warehouse in the most optimal way – not squeezing too many crates of the same kind together, but also not making too many small groups of crates. And do not forget about the rats – you must try to get rid of them, because these rodents can destroy all your work.

The type of merchandise that scores at the end of the game changes, depending on what all players store in their warehouses. That is why you have to keep an eye on what your opponents are collecting. Like a good storage keeper, you should observe and decide. All hands on deck – the delivery is here!


CONTENTS:
  • 40 Oversized Merchandise Cards
  • Scorepad
  • Pencil
  • Rulebook
Bouquet

Bouquet

Wouter van Strien

Age: 8-108
SELLING POINTS:
  • Outstanding graphics
  • Funny gift alternative (‘I brought you a bouquet!’)
  • Strong representative of roll & write genre
  • 3 new notebooks with 3 different boards available as an expansion option!

GAME DESCRIPTION:
In Bukiet players grow flowers on their personal sheets. The dice represent customers who want to buy certain types of flowers. Players cut flowers in their fields to make bouquets for their customers to score points. However, each flower can be cut only once, so try to keep your customers happy! You have several ways to win.

Bukiet represents the popular genre of roll & write games but is uniquely attractive! The game contains 2 notepads with 4 different boards to offer more variety. Apart from that, we have also prepared new notebooks with 3 additional boards.

Be the best florist!

Additional boards available as an expansion!


CONTENTS:
  • Notepads with 4 Different Boards
  • 6 Dice in 6 Colours
  • 5 Pencils
  • Rulebook
Chocolate factory

Chocolate factory

Nao Shimamura

Age: 8-108
Rights sold to: Germany, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria
SELLING POINTS:
  • Funny gift alternative (‘I know you are on a diet, but I brought you some chocolate!’)
  • Tasty theme

GAME DESCRIPTION:
Biscuits, blueberries, strawberries, almonds, sprinkles – all these on a chocolate? That is a mouthwatering image. But who put pawns, meeples and dice inside them?! These are not edible and can spoil the best chocolate bars, so you must avoid them!

In Fabryka czekolady two players try to collect the tastiest sets of chocolate by taking them from the factory line that they build together. Should you wait for better sets, or the ones available now are good enough and there is no need to risk? It is up to you! But remember, you get points only when you have the most of a given kind of chocolate. Varieties are also good, so do not forget about them. All in all – this is chocolate, so even not the best one is a great treat, is a great treat for everyone!

Which of you is the best chocolatier?


AWARDS:
  • 2017 Top 10 Obscure Games - The Dice Tower (USA)
  • 2017 Seal Of Excellence - The Dice Tower (USA)

CONTENTS:
  • 45 Oversized Chocolate Cards
  • 2 Reference Cards
  • 1 First Player Marker
  • Rulebook
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