Here's a replacement bag. We sell 'em by the pound: the half-pound bag will get you an assortment of approx 35 colorful glass marbles of various styles, ranging from 9/16" to 1-5/16" dia, although most of them will be the smaller sizes.
Multiple game sets don't come any cheaper. You make a checkerboard and we'll supply the checkers. You get (3) sets of standard, 24-piece, 1-1/8" dia, black and red plastic checkers with the traditional grooves to make kinging easier. Nice rainy-day project for a passel of bored kids, checkerboard creation.
Newspaper Sudoku not tough enough for you? You show-off. Try solving the Sudokube®, the evil spawn of a rogue Rubik’s Cube® and a wayward Sudoku maiden. You twist away at the 2” x 2” black-and-white plastic cube, until each of the (6) sides displays digits 1 through 9. Extra credit if they’re all in the right order with the numbers facing the same way. Only took us 12 minutes, but we used a hacksaw and some epoxy. Packaging says it’s “For Ages Over 5.” Right.
Bored with looking at bicycles on the back of your playing cards? Sick of that one-eyed jack and the king with the ax? Add a little fun to your gin rummy with these full-tilt theme cards. Regular 52 decks, plus jokers, poker size, but with some of your favorites on both the backs and faces. You pick: Bigfoot; Marilyn Monroe in all her movies; Star Trek stars; Harry Potter and friends; Marvel superheroes; Bacon recipes galore; or a whole kennel of Dachshunds.
Our each is a standard set of (28) cream colored, black divot dominoes, sized 1-7/8" x 15/16" x 5/16" thick. Includes a wooden case and a tiny sheet with the rules for Double-Six, one of the endless popular domino games.
Could be. You could put ten of them in there, plus a little bowling ball from the Pocket Bowling game. Features (10) 1-1/4” tall pins and a 5/8” dia steel ball, ready to roll down the 11-1/4” long x 4-5/8” wide rubberized lane. The good news? No foul line!
Now comes this ball of geometric possibilities, from creativity guru Roger von Oech. Perfect for anyone with a 3-dimensional mind, from a precocious child to a bored nonagenarian, including your favorite artist, mathematician, designer, engineer, or whatever. The little red ball, 3-1/4" dia, comprises (30) magnetized right golden rhombic pyramids that will fit together in endless shapes, from a rhombic triacontahedron (see the pic), to stars, wreaths, animals, sunbursts, and endless others. Comes with a 96pp booklet on geometric possibilities and creativity. Plenty of desktop noodling fun, but a lot more than just a toy.
Uwe Meffert is the Erno Rubik of the non-cubic universe. You decide which of his puzzles you want to be driven crazy by: the Pyraminx is a 3-7/8" pyramid with different colors on each face, if you can get them there. Rated 3 stars of difficulty out of 5. The Gearball is a baseball-sized sphere with (6) facets that you try to align in their appropriate color before you just throw it into the mean neighbor's yard. Rated 5 stars out of 5 for difficulty.
Teach them electrical circuitry with this Circuit/Maze™ board game. Includes a 5 x 5 matrix board; LED blocks; assorted right-angle, bridge, straight, blank, 2, 3 and 4-way blocks; a battery holder; and (60) challenge cards with beginner, intermediate, advanced, expert options. Meet the challenges and make the beacon light up, and you win. You add (3) “AAA” batteries.
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