New Games at the library

November 17, 2016 at 2:27 pm Leave a comment

International Game Day

November 19

10-12

Come and play games with us.  Bring your favorites and your friends.  Try some of these brand new, never been played before games.

TROPHY BUCK Dice Game

This game was donated to the library – come and try it out.

Trophy Buck ihpim5686s a fast-moving game about deer hunting. The 12 custom dice represent deer. Push your luck to bag the most points, but stop rolling before too many “startles” end your turn! Will you bring home a trophy, or will you just be looking at tracks?

3 to 8 can play. Each game takes 10 to 20 minutes, and can be taught in a single round. It comes in a durable camo bag – great to take on camping or hunting trips.

 

Another new donated game!
CHUPACABRA – Can you survive the night?

Chupacabra Die Night falls, and the bloodsucking Chupacabra stalks its prey. Its red eyes mean doom . . .

Divide up the 24 glow-in-the dark dice. When you roll a Chupacabra, you can take dice from your opponents – but they can do the same to you. Claim all the dice, and be the only one to survive the night!

Two to four players can play. Each game takes just 10 to 20 minutes and can be taught in a single round.

 

Don’t be afraid of these snakes!
HISSSS
Ages 4 and uphpim5701
2 to 5 players
Playing time: about 15 minutes
No reading required

How to Play
In this simple, elegant card game, players match colors and and make snakes from heads to tails. Long snakes, short snakes, purple, yellow and rainbow snakes. Finish a snake and add it to your snake pit. The player with the most snakes at the end of the game wins.

As each Hisss snake slithers its way across the playing area it introduces color identification and visual logic: Does it make sense to have a snake with two tails and no head? Are those two colors the same or not? Even elementary counting skills come into play during scoring at the end of the game.

enhances the following skills
Counting
Color Identification
Cooperation

 
THE THREE LITTLE PIGS
Thank you IELLO Games for this great donation to the library! Come and play on Saturday 10-12.
As a little pig, your greatest desire is to build a strong and beautiful house where you can spend your long winter evenings. You won’t need trowels or scaffoldings, since you can roll the dice to build your dream home. But beware the wolf prowling around, and all he wants to do is to huff, and to puff, and to blow your house down!

The Three Little Pigs is a fun and easy “push your luck” hpim5699dice game for the entire family. On your turn, try to get the best combination of doors, windows, or roofs to add to your lovely home! And if you accidentally bring the wolf out of the woods, take a deep breath and try to blow down another player’s houses by blowing on the spinner!

This original award-winning game comes with an illustrated version of the famous tale it is based upon.

Players: 2-5
Ages: 7+
Play Time: 20 min
Category: Family Game

https://youtu.be/StXYvdlW8EE

 

 

Another great donation from IELLO Games Thank you for this fun donation!

BABA YAGA
A story and a game

Players: 2-5
Ages: 6+
Play Time: 15 min
Category: Family Game

 

After slipping through the crooked fingers of Baba Yaga, you manage to escape her house. That’s when the witch starts pursuing you aboard her flying cauldron! To escape, you need to cast three spells, whose ingredients are scattered throughout this strange forest… but hurry! Baba Yaga has already picked up your scent!!

Flee from the witch’s twisted claws by casting 3 spells, but you must first find the needed ingredients scattered in the forest. Will you find what you need before your opponents move Baba Yaga across the board and back again?

Baba Yaga is a fast and fun memory game for the whole family. This original game comes with an illustrated version of the famous Slavic tale it is based on.

Players: 2-5
Ages: 6+
Play Time: 15 min
Category: Family Game

Thank you IELLO Games for this fun donation!

 

hpim5702Go Away Monster!
Ages 3 and up
1 to 4 players

Playing time: about 15 minutes
No reading required

How to Play
Reach into the bag to find the puzzle pieces that match the pictures on your bedroom game board. If a monster pops out, don’t be scared…just tell that silly old thing to go away. Then get rid of him for good by tossing him into the monster pit and out of your room. You take charge, and the monsters take off!

Being afraid of monsters is a normal part of growing up. One way that children are able to master this fear is by participating in narrative play or by playing games like Go Away Monster! that allow them to take control of the monsters. Go Away Monster! encourages kids to boss the monsters around, but it also let’s them experience some of the apprehension and excitement in deciding what is real and what is imaginary.The game teaches young children shape recognition, cooperation, competence and boosts self-esteem, and is designed to be played with parents and friends.

enhances the following skills
Shape Identification
Cooperation

hpim5693
Loot letters
Players: 2–4
Game Time: 15-20 minutes
Ages: 8 and up
Complexity: Low
Strategy: Low
Luck: Moderate

Munchkin Loot Letter is a game of risk, deduction, and luck from AEG and Steve Jackson Games, for 2-4 players.

Loot Letter’s 16 cards provide hours of fun for kids and adults while they scramble to grab all the loot and leave their friends in the dust.

 

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