Doolhof (amzeing labyrinth)
||Players have to pick up
good in an everchanging labirinth. Published by Ravensburger. Game won
many awards. 1-4 players. Kids love this game. Family game.
very popular is the early 80's, are magnetic marbles. As they became popular a
number of games were build around it. Unfortunately, as with many 'hypes', the
market got fed up with clickets and the company went bankrupt.
Tower, you build a tower (with the blocked random put together) and where the
collored dice tells what colored block the player has to removed. My version is
an 'el-cheapo' Taiwanese copy of the original. Many variations.
(11-00) is a hilerious game, you have to move your 'Elch' from one island to the other
by shooting small 'stones' with your fingers in position, so the elch can step
on and move forward. Kids really like this game and for adults: in combination
with alcohol an absolute killer (playing for rounds doubles the fun). I usually
play this game at the end of an evening of game-playing with the left-over
||A typical travel game, where players have to pick up all kind of things.
Produced by MB/Hasbro (1992), but apparently heavily sponsored by Disney I
guess. Bought at a flee market, apparently a souvenir from Euro Disney. Game
poen is uno / 'pesten' - alike game. Get rid of cards by placing them on
simular cards. Comes with playing money.
troll & the gobbo's
kids game, produced by Games Workshop (1989). Should include a videotape
(missing) and 1 card missing (35/36 cards present).
for kids that just have started to read/write. The words to make are
already printed on the board.
||Very simple kids-game. Object is to collect all the collored marbles.
By rolling a dice by turn, you can collect such a marble (according to the color
of the dice).
||Sponsored travel game. Not much of game, but it's fun to see that sponsored
games are usually travel games. A bit like 'mother goose'. Cheappo, but then
again, C1000 is not much of a quality shop either... (bought the game for 10
eurocent, hey, who can resist for that price?).
|meer of minder
||meer of minder ('more or
less) kids learning game about bigger / heavier. Designed for kids up
until 8 or so.
is also a typical skill game, that you play with people you don't want see
again. It usally ends up with 'it moved, no it did not, yes it did, no it did
not, yes it did, no it did not, yes it did, no it did not, yes it did, no it did
not, yes it did, no it did not, yes it did, etc.'. Great game for checking your
|het grote smurfenspel
||Another 'Run, don't get caught' game. Basicly a Memory game (as you have to
remember where certain smurfs are hidden) with a twist of chance cards (Gargamel
taking away your smurfs, etc.). Kids game. Based on the famous 'Smurf'-s. Copyrighted by Peyo, distributed/licensed by Kortekaas
Merchandising (1970's I guess).
Tower, just one of the names of this game where you have to put figures on a
unstable tower. The dices decides on which ring you have to put your figure. If
the figures tumble of the tower, you lost. My version is an 'el-cheapo'
Taiwanese copy of the original. This game has many variations, Apes, Donkeys,
||Teaching kids the
basic rules of traffic. You have to move your car from / to various
locations, obeying the trafic rules. A dice tells you the speed. Various
penalties when you don't stop for red traffice lights etc. Racing game. Published by Otto
Maier Verlag Ravensburger (1970's).
||Kind of running game,
who has his pawn in the safe zone first. 2-4 players, age 5+. Published