Mrs Brown’s Boys The Ultimate Party Game is a must for any fan of the award-winning hit comedy TV series. The comical board game will have players drawing, acting, talking non-stop and trying to guess ‘What am I?’ before Mrs Brown speaks in order to progress around the board to get from the start to Party Night! Mrs Brown’s Boys first appeared on our screens in 2011 and now fans of the hit series can continue the rip-roaring fun with Mrs Brown’s Boys – The Ultimate Party Game. This cracking board game can be played by up to four players. Each player moves around the board by throwing the die and undertaking the challenges on the square on which they land, of which there are four categories; Draw, Act, Talk or ‘What am I?’. The player then takes a card from the Performing Cards pile and draws, acts or talks about the word on that card. The aim is for the other players to guess correctly before the random timer, which lasts between 20 – 45 seconds, goes off and Mrs Brown speaks! If the player lands on ‘What am I?’ square then a card from the ‘What am I?’ pile is put on the head of the player and with other players answering only yes or no they have to guess what they are before Mrs Brown speaks. If the tasks are completed before Mrs Brown speaks, the player can throw the die again and move around the board. If they fail then a ‘Giggle’ from Mrs Brown allows the player to stay put, ‘That’s nice’ or ‘Would you like a cup of tea love’ means the player can progress one square but any other comments from Mrs Brown results in retreating two squares! This hilarious game is perfect for after dinner entertaining or just for playing with friends and fans of the show. It is certainly guaranteed to have you laughing all the way to ‘Party Night’!
Contents: 4 Playing Pieces, 1/2/3 die, 80 Yellow Performing Cards, 20 What am I Cards, Drawing Pad, Timer, Pencil, Headgear
If you know a general knowledge genius or a fan of the hugely popular QI BBC comedy panel quiz show hosted by Stephen Fry, then why not give them a supersized gift with a the QI XL Edition of the board game. Fabulous for families, great for grown-ups and an ideal after-dinner game QI, or ‘Quite Interesting’, XL features over 1000 new questions and will score top marks with anyone who loves the cult TV series. Jam-packed with quirky facts, QI XL is more than just quite interesting – it’s a winning gift and one that will entertain, inform and get the brain in gear! It’s cool for Christmas, brilliant for birthdays and great as a ‘just because’ gift for anyone aged 12 upwards. Up to six players can take part in this hilariously fun board game which features a host of challenging questions… get the question right and you get to keep the card, get it wrong and you could face the dreaded klaxon, lose a card and go backwards on the board. QI XL features hundreds of obscure and interesting facts and questions all created to ensure lots of fun and just a little frustration! The TV series QI first appeared on our screens in 2003 as a comedy panel quiz about finding undiscovered connections and seeing hidden patterns.
Contents: Board, Digital timer, 3 Dice, 6 Playing pieces, 5 Question Booklets, Rules
The plans to Rick’s portal gun have been stolen! It’s up to Rick, Morty, Summer, Jerry, Beth and Mr. Poopybutthole to get them back. They must find out WHO stole the plans, WHERE they are hiding, and WHAT item they used to succeed in the heist. It’s an inter-dimensional mystery!
RICK AND MORTY MONOPOLY
Wubalubadubdub it’s Rick and Morty MONOPOLY! Join Rick, Morty and the Smiths as you gallivant your way to victory in Rick and Morty MONOPOLY! Buy, sell and trade locations from the Multiverse including the Cromulon Dimension, Gazorpazorp and Planet Squanch – not to mention a few places from your own Earth realm! Featuring 6 collectible tokens, Flooble Cranks, Gooble Boxes, and more
ROALD DAHL MONOPOLY
The enigmatic series Sherlock retells the tale of the celebrated detective – and now Sherlock Holmes and John Watson’s adventures in 21st century London are the centrepiece for their own version of the classic game of Cluedo! Who killed Moriarty? Was it Mrs Hudson, in the Tower of London with the Wrench, or Irene Adler, in 221B, with a Candlestick? You’ll need all your wits about you to find out!
STAR TREK PANIC
Star Trek Panic is a cooperative light strategy game based on Castle Panicthat challenges players to defend the U.S.S. Enterprise from enemy attacks.
In addition, the game features mission cards that have unique challenges based on the original Star Trek series as well as character cards so that players can assume the roles of Star Trek icons like Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock.
THE BEATLES MONOPOLY
THE BFG MONOPOLY
The world’s best family board game brings you another exciting edition of MONOPOLY – The BFG. Join Sophie and The BFG
THE BIG BANG THEORY CLUEDO
An officially licensed Big Bang Theory edition of Cluedo. Only you can help Sheldon determine which one of his friends has meddled with one of his sacred belongings. Includes six custom tokens: Defiled Toothbrush, Wiped Hard Drive, Dismantled Shelbot, Stained Cushion, Dog-eared Comic and Erased Equation Board.
The Little Prince: Rising to the Stars Board Game
In the Little Girl’s wake, go to meet the Little Prince, flying on board your biplane! Flying from cloud to cloud and from surprise to surprise searching precious stars, an unexpected journey awaits.
The Little Prince: Rising to the Stars brings you in a journey from the Grandfather’s house to the Little Prince’s planet. It is a point-to-point movement game, in which your goal is to collect stars.
You move your plane by playing one of the fox cards in your hand, and every player starts with the same set of cards (eight cards numbered 1-5, with duplicates of 2, 3 and 4). Whoever is farthest back on the path to the Little Prince’s planet is the active player, and this player plays one card from hand, moving at least one cloud and up to the number of clouds shown on the card. If you land on a star cloud, you take a star from the reserve; if you land on a telescope cloud, you flip one of the tokens at Grandfather’s house to see what happens; if you land on a bird cloud, you take one card from Grandfather’s deck, which provide different types of movement. If you arrive on a cloud where an opponent’s plane sits, you take a card at random from that opponent’s hand and give him in return a card of your choice.
– Players: 2-6
– Recommended Age: 6 years and up
– Playing Time: 15-30 minutes
– English Edition