Introducing Emotify! Emoticons are the language of the future, and now there’s a game: Emotify!
The Emotify game allows you to get creative and use the double-sided EMOTIS to sequence together six exciting categories - Brand Names, Actions, Friends, Places, Leisure Activities and Famous People! Can you use the dancer, a monkey covering his eyes and a laughing poo EMOTI to create an answer your team will guess correctly?
Each team has 10 EMOTIS chips, and in turn, a player from each team spins the wheel to determine a category, then turn the timer over and begin! Can you make a sequence out of a limited number of double-sided EMOTIS for your team to guess the answer? If they guess correct, discard the used EMOTIS, and the first team to discard all their EMOTIS wins! The fantastic Emotify game is suitable 4-20 players and for children aged 10 and above.
Learn the language of emoticons and win the game! Are you ready to face the Emotify Challenge?
Stratego Pirates is an exciting game for two brave pirate captains!
All hands on deck; there’s a pirate ship on the horizon! Captain Rodrick Redbeard is fearlessly leading his ship into battle, and as they lay side-by-side, pirates swing across to board the enemy ship and cannons fire from all directions – can you lead your pirates to victory?
The aim of the game is to conquer the flag by boarding your enemy’s ship. Each player has ten playing pieces which must be set up – in secret – ahead of the game. By cunningly flipping the action cards, you can influence whether you get to board, fire the cannon, fight or feed one of your opponents to the sharks. Will you be the first to capture your opponent’s flag? If so, you win the game!
The exciting Stratego Pirates game is suitable for 2 players aged 5 and above.
The brand new 1,000 piece Wasgij Destiny 17, Mystery 13 and Imagine...? 3 are available now!
Remember the ‘good old days’? When petrol was cheap, there were fewer cars on the road and an attendant would pump your fuel for you. They say some things never change, but what about the things that do? Using your imagination and clues provided on the box, can you piece together what this petrol station might look like today? This is the scene you have to puzzle in the Destiny 17.
Special Agent Wasgij has been captured by his arch-enemy and it looks like his luck has run out! How can he avoid the deadly laser, break free of the metal restraints and escape the evil laboratory? This can’t be his final mission, can it? Use your imagination, and the clues provided on the box, to piece together what will happen next. Can you piece together how Special Agent Wasgij can escape? This is the scene you will have to puzzle in the Mystery 13.
It’s time for bed, but the children are still running round, and there are toys scattered everywhere. Dad is losing his patience, and Grandad is getting grumpy – but surely the house will quieten down when everyone goes to bed? Try to imagine the same scene in an hour or two. What could be playing havoc with Grandad’s wish to sleep? This is the scene you have to puzzle in the Imagine…? 3.
Keep an eye out for three special new Wasgij releases that will be available to buy in April.
For more information and to see the full range of Wasgij puzzles, visit www.wasgij.co.uk
Brand New Falcon de luxe & Around Britain Puzzles!
January will see the launch of TEN brand new Falcon de luxe jigsaw puzzles that include beautiful images across the popular Scenery, Cottages, Transport, Nostalgia and Animal themes. The latest releases include two 500-piece puzzles and six 1000-piece puzzles added to the Falcon de luxe range.
The new 500-piece puzzles are titled ‘A Weekend Away’ and ‘Croydon Airport’. The 1000 piece Falcon de luxe releases are titled ‘A Woodland Trail’, ‘Another Day in the Dales’, ‘Legends of the Track’, ‘Radcliffe Camera Oxford’, ‘Flying Scotsman at Kings Cross’ and ‘Seasonal Garden Birds’.
The latest releases also see the introduction of two brand new Around Britain Puzzles. The title of the 2 x 500-piece puzzle box set is a decorative collection of paintings of Corfe Castle in Dorset, and the second puzzle is the first panorama puzzle by Falcon’s Around Britain range, which is titled ‘River Thames in London’.
Available from Jigsawpuzzlesdirect.co.uk, Amazon.co.uk & Online Puzzle Specialists