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Jan. 8, 2010

Mindware Bananagrams

Mindware Bananagrams

When it comes to playing games, we are all about word games. And with Mindware Bananagrams, you can get in your word game fix just about anywhere. Players don't need pencils or pads of paper, only a flat surface to create their own crossword puzzle. The first player to draw and discard the last piece yells, "Bananas!" to end the game. The pieces come in their own banana-shaped pouch, making it the perfect game... more

Dec. 25, 2009

Left for Dead 2

Left for Dead 2

When it comes to graphics, video games have definitely come a long way from Pacman and Pong. The graphics in Left for Dead 2 are so realistic and so scary that we have to play it with the lights on. The game is set in a post-apocalyptic world that is overrun with zombies. As one of four survivors, you and your friends travel through cities in the Deep South and battle the zombies using... more

Dec. 16, 2009

Channel Craft Classic Marble Mat Game

Channel Craft Classic Marble Mat Game

The Channel Craft Classic Marble Mat Game proves that kids (and adults) don't need the latest and greatest in high-tech gadgets to have fun. The 14-inch by 14-inch wrinkle-resistant Sof-touch mat has a marble tournament grid that can be used both indoors and outdoors. It also comes with a history of the game, game rules, shooting techniques, and marbles. It makes a great stocking stuffer for any kid, young or old.

Dec. 11, 2009

Fisher-Price Dora Links Doll

Fisher-Price Dora Links Doll

Fans of Dora the Explorer will love to find this interactive Dora under the tree. Using a USB device, the Fisher-Price Dora Links Doll gives girls access to an online world where they can help Dora and her friends solve mysteries and play games. They can disguise the online Dora by changing her hair, eye color, and jewelry, and watch the changes appear on their own Dora doll. The doll even lets them know... more

Dec. 10, 2009

Goliath Trapdoor Checkers

Goliath Trapdoor Checkers

We love playing a classic game of checkers, but sometimes you want to change it up a bit. That's where Goliath Trapdoor Checkers comes into play. The game offers a new spin to the classic game with trapdoors that open and close to throw off your opponent. The checkerboard features four different slides, each of which open or close one of two trapdoors. Players spin the wheels on both sides of the board to... more

Dec. 2, 2009

Tony Hawk: Ride

Tony Hawk: Ride

You won’t have to worry about skinned knees and elbows, or about wearing a helmet while on this skateboard. Tony Hawk: Ride is a video game that comes with a hands-free skateboard controller that is equipped with accelerators and motion sensors so that you guide your alter ego through different scenes that incorporate speed, trick, and vertical challenges. You can fully interact with the game and skateboard just like Tony Hawk, only without the... more

Dec. 1, 2009

Bananagrams

Bananagrams

Although we're not sure what bananas have to do with word games, we love the bright yellow banana carrier that the letter tiles for Bananagrams come in. We also love how portable this game is versus typical board games – just zip up your banana and you're ready to go! The Toy Association liked this game too, choosing it for the 2009 Game of the Year. It's suitable for ages seven and up, and... more

Nov. 12, 2009

Caddyshack Trivia Game

Caddyshack Trivia Game

What fan of golf isn't a fan of the movie Caddyshack? If you know someone that is constantly reciting lines from the movie, then the Caddyshack Trivia Game is the perfect holiday gift for them. They'll be able to put all of their knowledge of the movie to the test with 1,000 trivia questions. It's aimed for two or more players, so they can get all of their friends and family in on the... more

Nov. 2, 2009

Activision DJ Hero Bundle with Turntable

Activision DJ Hero Bundle with Turntable

Prove your DJ street cred with another addition to the Guitar Hero series. DJ Hero includes a turntable so that you can mix and scratch over 100 different songs. Music genres include Hip Hop, Dance, Rock, Pop and R&B. As a DJ, you get to mix music at the hottest clubs from around the world, and in front of the biggest crowds. The controller even detaches for all of you left-handed DJ wannabes. It'll... more

Oct. 15, 2009

Sony Playstation 3 80GB

Sony Playstation 3 80GB

There's a lot of competition out there among gaming systems. Aside from using them to play games, they also all throw in their own added features. We've had our eye on the Sony Playstation 3 because of its built-in Blu-ray player. It has been out for a while now, but we were happy to learn that, just recently, Sony decided to lower the price. You still get 80GB of hard disk storage, Internet ready... more

Oct. 1, 2009

Halloween Jenga

Halloween Jenga

If you're looking for a variety of games to entertain guests at your Halloween party, this holiday-themed game of Jenga fits the bill. Not only are the blocks in orange and black, but they have appropriate sentiments like "Boo!" and "Trick or Treat" to add to the fun. The dice even glow in the dark, but we can testify that playing Jenga without lights can be disastrous for lamps, knickknacks and other guests.

Aug. 28, 2009

Queen of the Prom Game

Queen of the Prom Game

All the girls can get in on Barbie's Queen of the Prom board game, an exact replica of the original game from 1961. The high school Barbie in those days did not have to go through a metal detector or watch drug-sniffing dogs at the lockers. Instead, players will help Barbie date, shop, and actively participate in school programs, all with the ultimate goal of high school girls everywhere of being named Queen of... more

Aug. 11, 2009

Games People Play

Games People Play

Bocce Ball is our kind of sport. Anyone can play it and the objective is simple. With Park and Sun's Bocce Ball set, you can have a backyard game any time, and the carrying case means it doesn't have to be your backyard. Or, you could try your hand at the less-elegantly-named cornhole, with portable game boards and bags. If you aren't happy with one of the numerous sport-themed designs, you can opt... more

July 28, 2009

Make the Scene

Make the Scene

In a poll some years ago, Pew Research found that more Americans could name Homer and Maggie Simpson's kids, but not so many were able to name the five freedoms mentioned in the 1st Amendment. Which means, of course, that you should be very good at Scene It's Deluxe TV Tin DVD Game. It's pretty simple -- you watch the clips from popular shows and try to answer the challenges first – but only... more

July 9, 2009

Yahtzee Free for All

Yahtzee Free for All

Board games are making a comeback, and for those of you who are fans of Yahtzee, you'll especially love Yahtzee Free for All. It offers a new spin to the popular dice game: The old-school tablets and pencils are replaced with a gameboard, and the object of the game is to match cards to various dice combinations and beat your opponents' dice rolls. It's a cheap and fun way to spend an evening at... more

April 3, 2009

Footbags

Footbags

If you spend time in your local park, you've probably seen a circle or two of folks kicking around a footbag. Maybe you thought about joining, but wondered if you'd have the skills to keep the tiny ball going. Get your own and practice a little in the comfort of your own backyard. Once you can control it for a few bounces, you're ready to join the circle. It may not be as active... more

Feb. 6, 2009

Razorback Bristle Dart Board

Razorback Bristle Dart Board

One of our friends started to really beat us up during our monthly darts night at the corner bar. A visit to his house revealed a brand new dart board in the basement, complete with tape to mark where to stand when throwing. Tres sneaky. Naturally, we had to get our own Razorback Bristle Dart Board, and begin practicing those pesky bull's eye shots. This is not one of those electronic versions we loathe... more

Feb. 2, 2009

The New York Times Sunday Crossword Puzzles: 50 Sunday Puzzles from the Pages of The New York Times

The New York Times Sunday Crossword Puzzles: 50 Sunday Puzzles from the Pages of The New York Times

Although we generally don't get too many printed publications, there's no way we could cut out The New York Times' Sunday edition crossword puzzle. They're harder than the weekday versions, and give you a much greater sense of accomplishment when you complete one (or even come close). If you can't stand the weekly wait, 50 Sunday Puzzles from the Pages of The New York Times will keep you occupied for a while. The collection... more

Murder On the Titanic Jigsaw Puzzle 1000pc

Murder On the Titanic Jigsaw Puzzle 1000pc

Quite possibly, the last jigsaw puzzle you put together had very large pieces and taught you the alphabet or U.S. states. You'll need to think a bit harder on the Murder On the Titanic Jigsaw Puzzle. First, it's a 1000 pieces. Second, there's no picture to follow as you assemble it. Third, it's a mystery that you can solve once the picture is revealed. The puzzle comes with a short outline of the crime... more

Jan. 29, 2009

Add New Games to Your Xbox 360 Mix

Add New Games to Your Xbox 360 Mix

Play time is important, whether you are five or fifty-five. Indulge your playful side and pick up those new Xbox 360 games you've been drooling over. Not one, but two, so you can dither over which one to play first. (If you play both games just once a week for a year, you've spent only about $2.00 a week for your entertainment.) And in our experience, nothing smoothes over daytime stresses like immersing yourself... more