Three Games for the Family

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I’ve got three games for the family to share with you including one based off of cereals, one based off a Rubik’s’ cube and one that has you working together.

3 Games for the Family

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Three Games for the Family

The following 3 games are perfect for the whole family. They are easy enough that kids can play but still fun for adults.

Monster Crunch

This one is based off of the Monster cereal characters from Boo Berry, Count Chocula, Fruit Brute, Fruity Yummy Mummy and Franken Berry.

“It’s ok to play with your food! Pick your favorite Monster Cereal character and battle to see who can “eat” the most cereal. In this fast-paced game of luck and strategy, players collect as many Cereal Cards in their Bowls as they can. Each Monster has special powers to give you an advantage and help you gobble up the most cereal. Use Milk Tokens to combine Cereal Cards and take bigger bites. The Monster Cereal character that munches the most wins the game. Players select a Monster Cereal character and compete to see who can “eat” the most cereal.”

Ages 9+, 2-5 players, 20 minutes

Monster Crunch GameCahoots

This game has you working together (be in cahoots with someone.)

“In this colorful card game, cooperation is key! Play cards to one of four piles by matching color or number. Work together as a team  to complete a series of goals – without communicating what’s in your hand. Can you make all piles purple or green? Every card lower than four? All cards add up to 10? There’s only one way to win before time runs out: play in cahoots!”

Ages 10+, 2-4 players, 20 min

Cahoots GameRubik’s Battle

Remember the Rubik’s cube? Oh those things were so hard. This game is based off of the Rubik’s cube. There’s another similar game called Rubik’s Race too.

“Rubik’s Battle brings the quick-thinking brain teaser challenge of Rubik’s to a fast-action card game that’s fun for the whole family. Earn Rubik’s Battle Cards by shouting out the unique Cubie color first. The player holding all of the Rubik’s Battle Cards at the end wins!”

Ages 7+, 2-6 players

Rubik's Battle Game

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