Can you do the 80 challenges without letting the dogs off their leash, and avoid the cat.
Match the colours, catch the bugs!
Three hungry caterpillars want to eat from the same apple. Can you bend them into shape so that they all can fit?
Are there monsters hiding under the bed? Monsters Hide & Seek is a solo game where you find the solutions through logical thinking.
Oh no! Robot parts got scrambled down at the factory. Can you assemble these robots correctly?
Can you find the missing link? Fit all puzzle pieces on the game board. But watch out! There are 36 puzzle parts but only 24 free places on the game board! Open rings and balls of different puzzle pieces can occupy the same place when you link them the right way.
Follow the arrows. Find the solution. Can you place all the puzzle pieces on the gameboard and point the arrows as indicated in your challenge? Watch out! When you rotate a puzzle piece, the direction of the arrows will change.
Players are tested to fit all the double-sided, shiny black and gold pieces on the gameboard to connect the dots and create the circuits.
A pocket-size IQ puzzle ready to take with you wherever you go. Create your own challenges by moving the blockers and filling the board with your puzzle pieces.
Can you stack the blocks to recreate the image shown in the challenge? But watch out for shooting stars! The colour of the stars changes when you turn the blocks.
Colour Code uses 18 bold, coloured shapes, each on a see-through tile. Pick a challenge, then stack a rack of tiles to recreate the exact composition presented by your challenge! A great introduction to colours, shapes, order, orientation, etc.
5 horizontal pieces need to fit on top of 5 vertical ones. Can you criss-cross the sticks in this travel friendly puzzle game with 120 sticky challenges??
Place the pieces so you can pass the ball from player to player on your team... and shoot the winning goal!
On a busy beach, its easy to get lost. Can you help the children find a path to their friends and beach toys without stepping on someone?
Can you place all the puzzle pieces on the game board so that the mice look through the holes in the cheese? Sometimes holes stay empty, but half-holes are not permitted in the solutions, except on the edge of the square.
All animals must get to their place in the ark - each side by side, in pairs, so all species stay together. Arrange the puzzles pieces to ensure that all 10 animals have their feet on the floorboards, and that everyone is stationed on the boat.
Can you place all the puzzle pieces on the gameboard and make sure the numbers add up?