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  • Will your child pick a winner? Find out with Gooey Louie.

    A gross out game that kids will love, Gooey Louie sees them taking their turns to pull a bogie from Louie’s hairy nose. They need to be careful though – if they pull the wrong one, Louie’s eyes will pop out, his brain will explode and they lose.

    This icky sticky game will give hours of fun and will distract them from picking their own noses!

    Useful info:

    • Age from 5 years
    • For 2 or more players
    • Gross out fun
    • Gooey Louie

    Warning: Not suitable for children under 3 years.

  • It's tense, it's thrilling, it's hilarious - Pig Goes Pop is an action kids game that's bursting with fun.

    Each player takes a turn to pick a burger and feed the pig as his tummy steadily grows until he's ready to burst - if his growing guts pop open his coat on your turn, you lose!

    Pig Goes Pop steadily builds in excitement, fun and laughter, so kids will want to play again and again.

    Useful info:

    • For 2 to 4 players
    • Age from 4 years
    • Pig Goes Pop

    Warning: Not suitable for children under three years.

  • Includes 100 x double sides letter tiles, 4 x grey blank tiles, 4 x letter bags and rules. Age from 8 years.

  • It's a race, it's a chase, hurry up and feed their face! Hungry Hippo is a classic board game that has been keeping children amused and entertained for more than 30 years.


    Up to 4 people can play this frantic marble-grabbing action game, where the challenge is simply to gobble up as many of the marbles as possible before they're gone!

    It's fast, frenetic and, most of all, fun - kids just want to play Hungry Hippos again and again.

    Useful info:

    • For 2-4 players
    • Age from 4 years
    • Hungry Hippos board game

    Warning: Not suitable for children under 3 years.

  • Hasbro Connect 4 Classic Game

    Generations have enjoyed playing the classic Connect 4 - and it remains as popular as ever today.

    The classic grid has been given some tricked-out styling but the game hasn't changed – drop your counters (officially known as Kwods!) into the grid and try get 4 in a row either horizontally, vertically or diagonally.

    The rules couldn't be any easier but it takes a little craft and guile to outwit your opponent - no wonder Connect 4 has lasted so many years.

    Just use the built-in release to release the Kwods and start the game over.

    Useful info:

    • Hasbro Connect 4 Classic Game
    • Built-in release
    • Age from 6 years
  • It's the original wood block game! Pull out the lower blocks and stack them on top - without toppling the tower!

    Age from 6 years.

    Warning: Not suitable for children under three years.

  • Grab your Ghoul-Friends for a fang-tastic game of truth or dare! On your turn spin the spinner to see your fate. Spin share and you'll revel your spookiest secrets, monster crushes, and all the stuff that makes your eerily unique. Try to guess others answers to score! Spin Scare and Beware! You'll do one of a hundred challenges so fierce and funny they'll have you in stitches! Its a spook-a-rific race to get 13 points to win the games! Monster High Share or Scare is so much fun its scary! Age 6 years+.

  • Hasbro Elefun - the classic catching game for preschool kids

    Elefun by Hasbro is the motorised elephant who blows a colourful swarm of glow-in-the-dark fireflies into the air - but can your kids catch them in their nets before they reach the floor?

    As well as providing endless entertainment, Elefun also tests kids hand/eye coordination and reactions as they attempt to scoop those falling fireflies out of the air. The winner is the one who has the most fireflies in their net. It doesn't take long to start a new game though - simply feed the fireflies to Elefun and the action starts again!

    The game includes Elefun, 25 glow-in-the-dark fireflies and 2 nets. Requires 4 x C batteries (not included).

    Useful info:

    • Ages 3 and over
    • Batteries not included
    • Hasbro Elefun

  • Hasbro Operation Game 2013 Edition - are you steady enough to beat the buzzer?

    Operation, the classic, crazy game by Hasbro, has been turning kids and adults into silly surgeons since 1965, and now your family can have hours of fun with this latest version - specially updated for 2013!

    Cavity Sam has been treated to a modern makeover to reflect the health problems associated with life in the 21st century. New Operation ailments include Gaming Thumb, Thunder Thighs and Headphone Headache - but is your hand steady enough to take the tweezers and remove the problem pieces without setting the buzzer off and lighting Sam's nose?

    Requires 4x AAA batteries (not included).

    Useful info:

    • Age from 3 years
    • 1 + players
    • Operation game - 2013 edition
    • Warning: Not suitable for children under 3 years

  • Compact vertical checkers game for fun on the run! Build a row of 4 checkers in any direction whilst blocking your opponent.

    Age from 6 years.

  • Roll the dice to race against the clock and outrun the demon Monkey and outlast the other players to win. Age from 8 years.

  • Beat the clock and match the characters in the Moshi Monsters Moshling Mix Up Game.

    The aim of the game is to match up the moshlings and beat the clock. Try to put them in their correct places before the timer runs out and they all go pop!

    Suitable for 2-4 players this is ideal for fans of the hugely popular Moshi Monsters series and helps develop quick thinking and hand eye coordination.

    Useful info:

    • Moshi Monsters Moshling Mix Up Game
    • Beat the clock before they all go pop
    • Suitable for 2-4 players
    • Age from 4 years

    Warning: Not suitable for children under 3 years.

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