Ball Catch - Wooden String Game
A brain-Teaser for one player. Use your coordination to throw the ball and catch it on either side of the Wooden stick. A challenge – Try to keep doing it without stopping. How many times you manage to catch the ball without dropping?
A fabulous game for all ages, Tangram puzzles originated in China and became popular in Europe during the 1900's.
Remove the pieces from the box and reconstitute the broken heart.
This puzzle contains 6 un identical pieces.
Try to assemble the pieces to a 3D burr puzzle.
Chinese Checkers Couple - Wooden Game
Cribbage Board - Wooden Game
The object is to be the first player to score 121 points.
For 4 players, each player is dealt 5 cards. The rest of the cards are placed in their pile on the table. The cards are cut, and low card is the first dealer. Deal passes on clockwise.
Cribbage is played in two phases. Before game play begins, you must decide which four cards you wish to keep, and discard your extra cards to the kitty. The kitty cards are given to the dealer, but they aren't used for the first phase of play (and cannot be looked at until the first phase of play is over).
Do not be deceived by the appearance. Absolutely devilish enough to keep you hour of fun!
GO a strategic wooden game for 2 players.
The game includes a board and two bowls of chess (black and white)
The board cleared, each player chooses his color of chess.
The two players take turns to place his/her chess on board. The player with black chess starts first.
A dragon is a line of chess with the same color. When a dragon is strangled, (a line of chess isolated from chess of same color), the dragon(line of chess) is captured by the opponent.
The player can choose to give up placing chess on his turn.
If both players decide to give up placing new chess on board on their turns, the game is over
The player with more chess on board wins.
Horse Race - Wooden Game
A simple strategic game for 2 players.
The game includes a wooden box with holes, 12 pegs in 2 different colors and a wooden die.
Place all the horses (pegs) in the stable (starting point).
1.To finish the race with all your horses.
A player, on their turn, throws the die and moves with one of his/her horses. A player can choose to add a new horse to the race (from the stable) or to play with one of his/her horses that is already in the race (i.e. a player can have more then one horse in the race). You should consider your moves according to the trap (hollow holes) that are scattered on the board.
The first player that brings all his/her horses home (the colored point).
Master Mind - Wooden Game
A game for 2 players.
* A decoding board, with a shield at one end covering a row of four large holes, and five additional rows containing four large holes next to a set of four small holes;
* Code pegs of six different colors, with round heads, which will be placed in the large holes on the board; and
* Key pegs, colored black and white, they will be placed in the small holes on the board.
One player becomes the code maker, the other the codebreaker. The codemaker chooses a pattern of five code pegs. Duplicates are allowed, so the player could even choose five code pegs of the same color. The chosen pattern is placed in the five holes covered by the shield, visible to the codemaker but not to the codebreaker.
The codebreaker tries to guess the pattern, in both order and color, within five turns. Each guess is made by placing a row of code pegs on the decoding board. Once placed, the codemaker provides feedback by placing a:
White peg for A HIT = The Codebreaker guessed the right color but not in the right place.
Black peg for A SHOT = The Codebreaker guessed the right color in the right place.
Once feedback is provided, another guess is made; guesses and feedback continue to alternate until either the codebreaker guesses correctly, or twelve (or ten, or eight) incorrect guesses are made.
The codemaker gets one point for each guess a codebreaker makes. An extra point is earned by the codemaker if the codebreaker doesn't guess the pattern exactly in the last guess. The winner is the one who has the most points after the agreed-upon number of games is played.
For 2 or more players. Each player needs to throw the dice and flip the numbers. Add up the numbers, the one with biggest sum wins.
A mind game for a single player.
The game is known simply as Solitaire in the United States ,and Patience in Europe.
The first evidence of the game can be traced back to the 17 century in France.
To take all pegs off the board except the last one by jumping over a peg to an empty space next to it.
This is a good starting point for 3d puzzles, a fun puzzle that leaves you with a nice decoration for any desk or mantle. It is important to pay attention to how the star comes apart in order to put it back together again.
This puzzle contains 6 identical pieces. Try to assemble the pieces to a 3D star shape.
Arrange all pegs on board, with each horizontal line, vertical line and 2*2 grid containing numbers from 1-4.
Certain patterns are needed for to play the puzzle.