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  • The world’s premier graphic design education game, Design Eye puts you in the mind of a student competing for acceptance into a prestigious design school called The Haas. Learn about the major disciplines and fundamentals of graphic design to build a strong portfolio. Sketch your own ideas and present them to your opponents for critique or speed test your design knowledge with flash cards. Doing both earns you points to gain Portfolio Cards (cards that represent each work in your portfolio). Be the first player to finish your portfolio to win—get accepted into The Haas!

     

    Players: 2 – 6

    Time: 10 to 90 minutes

    Age: 13+

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  • This game designed by John D Clair, with the art of Sabrina Miramon, and graphic design by Matt Paquette explores that “what if?”

     

    In Ecos players are forces of nature molding the planet, but with competing visions of its grandeur. You will have the chance to create a part of the world, similar but different to the one we know.  Which landscapes, habitats, and species thrive will be up to you.

     

    Game play in Ecos is simultaneous and caters to 2-6 players.  Each round one player will reveal Element tokens from the Element Bag, giving all players the opportunity to complete a card from their tableau and shape the continent to their own purpose. Elements that cannot be used can be converted into Energy cubes or additional cards in hand or added to your tableau, to give you greater options as the game evolves.

     

    Mountain ranges, jungle, rivers, seas, islands and savannah, each with their own fauna, all lie within the scope of the players’ options.

     

    Players: 2 – 6

    Time: 45 – 75 minutes

    Age: 14+

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  • In Einstein, a light co-op/competitive abstract strategy game, each player represents Einstein during one of four periods in his life: Young, Prime, Globetrotting, and Wise. The game features simple mechanics that have you placing two tiles into the “Big Idea” on your turn minimizing downtime. The unique penrose tiles create compelling patterns and ensure replay value. And the comic book instruction manual makes gameplay accessible for everyone.

    Players: 2 – 4

    Time: 15 – 30 minutes

    Age: 14+

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  • Element Poker not only features 52 key elements from the periodic table, but players will learn the relationships between them in order to make pairs and win at the game. This is your chance to play poker and learn about the elements at the same time on beautiful high-quality linen cards. The elements included in the game are in color on the periodic table in the image.

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    Classroom Resources:

    • Element Poker – Teacher and Student How to Play Handout: Game Set Up & Gameplay Groups/Stations Activity (PDF)
    • Element Poker– Lesson Plan (PDF)
    • Element Poker – Periodic Practice Handout (PDF)
    • Element Poker – Comprehension Handout (PDF)
    • Element Poker – ANSWER KEY Comprehension Handout (PDF)
    • All of our games resources include our “Let the Dice Roll” Supplemental Questions Activity (PDF)

    Homeschool Resources

    • Element Poker – At-Home Learning Guide (PDF)
    • Some materials included in the classroom resources can also be used for at-home learning

    *Resources available in other formats including Microsoft Word upon request.

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  • Evolution is an award-winning board game where 2 – 6 players adapt species in an ever changing ecosystem with hungry predators and limited resources.  Traits like Hard Shell and Horns will protect you from Carnivores, while a Long Neck will get food that others cannot reach.

     

    With over 12,000 different species to create, every game becomes a different adventure. So gather your friends and see who can best adapt their species to eat, multiply and thrive!

     

    Evolution has been used in the evolutionary biology department at the University of Oxford and featured in the world’s leading scientific journal, Nature. 

     

    Players: 2 – 6

    Time: 60 minutes

    Age: 12+

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  • Happy Salmon is the simple, fast-paced card game packed to the gills with high-fivin’, fin-flappin’ foolishness. Actions including the classic “High 5”, the unifying “Pound It”, the frantic “Switcheroo”, and the delightful “Happy Salmon” will leave players doubled over in laughter. At 30 seconds to learn and 2 minutes to play, the whole family can jump right into the fun. The iconic pouch is perfect to bring along to parties, camp, or just traveling upstream. With so many mini-celebrations built into the play, it’s the happiest game ever!

     

    Players: 3 – 6

    Time: 2 minutes!

    Age: 5+

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  • Harry Potter Codenames is a fun, easy-to-learn cooperative word and picture deduction game for Harry Potter fans of all game levels. Players help their teammates locate secret Agents who are concealed among a grid of Harry Potter references. Use only one-word clues to guide guessers to the right spots, or hidden Death Eaters will cost them the win. This co-op game is a great challenge for Harry Potter fans of all levels. Work together with multiple players on each team to increase your chances of locating all of the Secret Agents.

     

    Players: 2-8+

    Time: 15 minutes

    Age: 8+

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  • How well can you associate colors with words? To play Hues and Cues, draw a card and choose one of the colors, keeping it to yourself. Using only one- and two-word clues, try to get your friends to guess which one it is! Choices are narrowed down as you go around the table. The closer the guesses are to the target, the more points you earn. Player with the highest score wins!

     

    Players: 3-10

    Time: 30 minutes

    Age: 8+

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  • In Lovelace & Babbage, players “program” the world’s first computer, the Analytical Engine, to help famous Patrons solve challenging problems. Compete against your fellow programmers in real time. Develop your Subroutines and upgrade the shared computer. Receive Influence from Patrons in five areas of society. Balance speed, care, and clever maneuvers to win!

    Players: 2 – 4

    Time: 15 – 30 minutes

    Age: 14+

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  • Every spring, millions of monarch butterflies leave Mexico to spread out across eastern North America. Every fall, millions fly back to Mexico. However, no single butterfly ever makes the round trip.

     

    Mariposas is a game of movement and set collection that lets players be part of this amazing journey.

     

    Mariposas is played in three seasons. In general, your butterflies try to head north in spring, spread out in summer, and return south in fall. The end of each season brings a scoring round, and at the end of fall, the player with the most successful family of butterflies — i.e., the most victory points — wins the game.

     

    Players: 2 – 5

    Time: 45 – 75 minutes

    Age: 14+

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  • Think fast in Math Rush, a totally thrilling cooperative math game that will make your heart race and your head rev. For three rounds, up to five players must balance strategy and speed, properly sequencing sums and differences before the timer runs out. Crunch the numbers in a hurry and rack up more points; make an error and miss your goal. Whether you beat your high score or not, it’s more fun than you calculated.
    Math Rush: Addition & Subtraction Volume 1 is a quick-paced card game where players must work as a team to sequence the solutions of their addition and subtraction equations, all the while racing against the clock! The equations might be simple, but the strategy and challenge involved with working together to complete the required goals under the pressure of time makes this game enjoyable for all audiences.
    Players: 1 – 5
    Time: 15 minutes
    Age: 8+
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  • In Mathemagician’s Duel, players create “incanquations” from the cards in their hands to cast spells on their opponent, to reduce the opponent’s Magical Strength to 0.

    The incanquations are created by playing Magical Energy cards (numerals) and Magical Symbols cards (operators) so that when read left to right add up to the casting value of the chosen spell. Each spell when successfully cast, reduces the opponent’s Magical Strength by a certain amount.

    The game helps players practice mental math skills and working memory as they calculate the value of their own and their opponent’s incanquations.

    Players: 2 to 3

    Time: 20 to 40 minutes

    Age: 8+

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