Gamewright Children's Games
Gamewright was founded in 1994 by four parents whose kids wanted great games. From the start, our mission has remained clear: Create the highest quality family games with outstanding play-value. Guided by themes and experiences that transcend age and salted with a bit of irreverence, our games are designed to foster laughter, learning, friendship and fun.
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The Scrambled States of America Geography Game by Gamewright
Whoever said that learning about U.S. geography had to be boring must not have read The Scrambled States of America. We fell head-over-heels for Laurie Keller's hilarious story and knew that it had the making for a great game.
Dog Dice Game
Gamewright's Dog Dice, a Bingo game with a variety of lovable canine personalities, is an addictive pleasure for both kids and adults. Rather than numbers, the playing boards are decorated with squares depicting four dogs eating, frolicking with their child-owner, and groveling for food.
Go Away Monster! Game by Gamewright
Designed for competitive or cooperative play, Go Away Monster is a delightful game for pre-school-age children. It gives them power over fears they might have as they "rid their rooms" of scary monsters.
Snap - The Interlocking Dragon-Making Game
Snap is inspired by the magic and wonder of Chinese dragons. These mythical creatures, which represent heroic perseverance, also symbolize intelligence and good fortune. To play Snap, you need dragon-like quick thinking and luck.
Bug Bingo by Gamewright
Roll the dice and see what the bugs are up to. Match the two dice to a square on your bingo board, then mark that square with a lady bug. Roll Bug off! And you forfeit a lady bug. The first to mark four squares, in the corners or four in a row, wins! 2-4 player.
As each Hisss snake slithers its way across the playing area it introduces color identification and visual logic: Does it make sense to have a snake with two tails and no head? Are those two colors the same or not? Even elementary counting skills come into play during scoring at the end of the game.
Winner of an Oppenheim Best Toy Award, this delightful Gamewright card game is as intellectually tasty as it is hilariously unappetizing. Forty-four cards in the bread-shaped deck are nine separate elements of sandwich fare.
Horse Show Card Game by Gamewright
Gather ‘round for some blue-ribbon fun. Horse Show offers fine equestrian festivities with no messy cleanup. Each horse show consists of three events. Players enter their best horse for whichever event is in play to try to win the blue ribbon.