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"It’s “Panda-monium” as players are racing to be the first to get rid of all of their dice in Pass the Pandas™! Roll pandas, and you can pass those to other players. Roll water and it evaporates from the game. Don’t get bamboozled - you have to roll at least as much bamboo as the previous player, otherwise you have to take some of theirs. Be the first to get rid of all of your dice to win the game!
Contents: 20 Custom Dice and Instructions in English, Spanish and French
Designer: Ken Gruhl and Quentin WeirLearn More
In Trading Faces™, players simultaneously pass Emotion Cards to the player on their left. When a player has collected three of the same Emotion Cards, they must make the expression shown on the cards, using only their face! Each opponent takes a guess, starting with the player to the left of the person making the face. The first person to guess correctly wins points, along with the player who made the face.
Each player is dealt cards, based on the number of players. For 3 players, each player receives 10 cards. For 4 players, each players receives 8 cards. For 5 players, each player receives 6 cards. (Note: There is a 2 or more player “memory” version of the game included in the rules.)
The remaining cards are placed face down in a draw deck.
Number of Players
2 to 5 Players
15 Minute Playing Time
Teaches Emotional Expression, Collecting and Counting, Memory SkillsLearn More
Get ready for laughter as your friends and family suddenly start sounding like they were born in a barn!
In Snorta, each player is given a barn tile with their secret animal on it and a hand of animal cards. When a card placed down matches one of the cards already on the table, those two players rush to say the animal sound of the other player, not the sound of the animal on the card. If you say the other player's sound rst, you give them all the cards you've ipped onto the table in front of you. The rst person to get all the cards out of their hand is the winner!
Contents: 96 Animal Cards, 12 Barn Cards, and InstructionsDesigners
Designers: Tony Richardson and Chris ChildsLearn More