Imaginative board games for the whole family.
The board game publishers Zoch and Noris are known for their entertaining board games that teach children social skills through play. Once again, both publishers are presenting great new products for this fall.
The internationally renowned game designer Reiner Knizia lets chickens lay cards with "Heckmeck am Karteneck". The cult game from Zoch, in which the feathered fowl originally staged by Doris Matthäus smelled the roast worm, now comes to the table in card format.
Those with a sweet tooth will get their money's worth with "Kipp mir Saures" from Zoch. In the three-dimensional family game, delicious sweets are produced with the help of production tubes and collected tactically clever.
If you prefer to dream of the South Seas, Zoch will take you on a beach walk to the sea. In "Strand unter", the ebb and flow of the tide determine the game mechanics, while shells are collected and sand castles are built.
For families and adults, "Kings & Creatures", also from Zoch, is an entertaining game full of mythical creatures and heroes. In order to gain fame, tactical cleverness is weighed up, whether to grab at the display or rather wait.
Noris games also continue the thrilling story: In "Crime Story," players slip into the role of junior detectives and solve mysterious crime cases.
Frequent and occasional players will enjoy the exciting Escape Room expansions "Tomb Robbers" and "Da Vinci's Telescope", which require creative thinking and good powers of deduction.
Logical thinking is required in the Escape Room Puzzle Adventure "Secrets of the Scientist", which combines puzzles and riddles.
Teamwork is also called for in the new Escape Room game "Time Travel," which sends families with children aged ten and older on a journey through time.