Naughty or Nice Christmas Board Game Instructions

A fun frantic race to deliver all your Christmas presents. An entertaining game for up to 6 people. Play: Each player receives a set of 12 presents (cards.) The backs of the cards are different colours to help you identify a full set. The youngest player starts. Throw both dice. Your score decides which presents (cards) you can deliver (lay on the game board) The numbers you pick must add up to the total shown on the thrown dice, for […]

Backgammon Instructions

The classic game of skill and strategy. Move your counters from one side of the board to the other to beat your opponent. A game for two players. Eternally enjoyable.

Beetle Game – Drawing Instructions

A classic game of Beetle. Roll the dice and get a leg or antenna if it is a number you need. The first person to get a complete beetle wins! This is a drawing version which is perfect for easy travel.

Bingo Games Instructions

The classic family game of BINGO. Make it fun by shouting out using the classic number names as you go. …Two fat ladies anyone?

Blow Football Instructions

Blow football is a fun table-top version of the classic game. easier to store than a Fußball Table too!

Bottle-Top Bullseye Game Instructions

Bottle Top Bulls Eye is a classic man cave game that can be played using the bottle tops provided or your own that you accrue as you play! A brilliant Father’s Day Gift.

Cat’s Cradle Instructions

Cord and full instructions for this classic playground game in a gorgeous innovative envelope. Cats cradle is a classic children’s favourite.

Checkers / Draughts (Chequers) Instructions

Draughts or Checkers is a group of strategy board games for two players which involve diagonal moves of uniform game pieces and mandatory captures by jumping over opponent pieces.

Chess Instructions

An exciting strategy game for 2 players. There are a variety of boards available in the range to suit all needs.

Choc-A-Block Puzzle Solution

This Puzzler’s Choc A Block Puzzle is fairly simple to solve – it is the same as when you open the box, however we know it has stumped some people, so here’s the solution, just in case: