Winning Moves was founded in 1995 and is a leading maker of board games, card games, and puzzles. Winning Moves has formed a relationship with one of the largest game makers, Hasbro, Inc., owner of Parker Brothers and Milton Bradley. Winning Moves is always looking for new games and toys to add to their line of products and these new products do not disappoint. There is not anything I enjoy more than hanging out on the couch or around the kitchen table spending time with the family and playing games. With Halloween right around the corner Winning Moves has the games to make your party a hit.
I did not realize that 13 Dead End Drive first hit the scene in 1994. This fan favorite is back, by popular demand, to entertain a whole new generation. Your goal is to be the last surviving heir and inherit Aunt Agatha’s fortune. Which one of her motley crew of friends and employees will it be? If you love the mystery type games like Clue you are sure to love 13 Dead End Drive. This game can accommodate 2-4 players and is appropriate for ages 8 and up.
The game of Scattergories took the country by storm when it was first launched in 1989, man that makes me feel old. This classic reproduction features the components and categories found in that original Scattergories game. The mechanical timer has 3 different settings so players can set it for more time (for an easier round) roles time when they want more of challenge. Suitable for ages 12 and up and can accommodate 2-6 players.
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