Now you can finally prove that all that prize money Regis Philbin gives away is rightfully yours–and you can do it in the comfort of your own home, thanks to the official, ABC-licensed board game version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Faithful to the TV show, this board game gets all the details just right–from the Lifelines to those laughably easy $100 questions. Players take turns filling in as Regis, quizzing each other from nearly 2,000 questions. As the prize money keeps doubling, someone’s inevitably going to get stuck–and that’s where the Lifelines come in: Phone-a-Friend (either a fellow player or an actual phone call); Ask the Audience (your fellow players); or ask to see the 50:50 option (cards slip into a plastic console that lets the host cover up a couple incorrect answers). The first one to win that ever-elusive million dollars is the champion. The box contains 1,000 game cards, five question-and-answer card consoles, Lifeline tokens, instructions, and plenty of fake money. Gather family and friends (two to five people can play) and start up a game of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire–you might never watch TV again. –Paul Hughes
, Manufacturer: HABA
The time for talk has passed – and Mag Blasts speak louder than words! Mag*Blast is a game of screaming space battles, where 2-8 players take command of a fleet of Scouts, Gunships, Dreadnaughts, Destroyers, and even more frightening ships in an effort to blow up their opponent’s fleet of Scouts, Gunships – you get the idea. Featuring Fantasy Flight Game’s patented “Make a Silly Noise or Miss” Blast Targeting System, Mag*Blast packs more laughs per square inch than any other starfleet-battling ship-exploding science-fiction card game named Mag*Blast on the market! Mag*Blast 3rd Edition features brand new artwork by renowned cartoonist John Kovalic, as well as new action cards and direct hit effects, streamlined rules, and ten all-new races.
Carmen drove through three states in a row that start with the same letter. What letter do these states start with? Carmen Sandiego and her gang of henchmen are headed for the U.S.A.! Landmarks from around the nation have vanished. Can you picture Arizona without the Grand Canyon? Your assignment is to scout out the scenes of the crimes and locate the Warrant, the Loot, and the Henchmen. Be careful! When you guess incorrectly, a Henchman escapes!
Be the first player to rescue Wendy, Michael and John from the Pirate Ship after matching his/her Tinkerbell card with the picture on the board and obtaining a lifeboat card.::Contents: 4 Peter Pan playing pieces, 8 Tinkerbell Cards, two piece game board (Never Never Land and Pirate Ship), spinner, instructions.
This expansion contains 30 new adventure cards and introduces new rules and two new types of card: Storm cards and Scion cards. Requires Runebound 2nd Edition to play.
, Manufacturer: Fantasy Flight Games
, Manufacturer: Hasbro
American Girl 300 Wishes Board Game by Mattel This unique board game is a fun way for girls to learn more about their friends and themselves! Three to four players distribute wish cards to each other, then decide how well the cards they received describe their own hopes and dreams. Girls can even rank their wishes in their own special plastic “diary.” Includes 4 Diaries that hold your wishes! Ages 8 and up
Treasure Hunt on the fantastic island of Marnon! Wizard’s Quest can be played by from two to six players. Each game of Wizard’s Quest contains: *Full-Color Mapboard of the island of Marnon. *One Sheet of Playing Counters containing six armies, the dragon, the wizard, the treasures, and a hoard of orcs. *A Pack of 35 Petition Cards. *One Instruction Folder. *Two dice.
Spider-Man is now on the Operation table. Use all your skill and coordination to remove Spidey’s ailments with the tweezers — without setting off the buzzer and making his eyes light up. Required 2 “AA” batteries, not included.
Fast-paced hockey gameMade of durable plasticSome assembly requiredAges 8 years and up3-4/5H x 15-1/2W x 28-1/2L inchFor 2 People