376 books (19 pages) in this category
by Conceptis Puzzles
A Happy Families Card Game
by Helen Rochester
by Morton Camilla
by Rachel Ann Lindsay
by Oscar Bolton Green
A Happy Families Game
by No Author Provided
How to Invent and Sell Board Games, Card Games, Role-Playing Games, & Everything in Between!
by Brian Tinsman
The definitive guide for anyone with a game idea who wants to know how to get it published from a Game Design Manager at Wizards of the Coast, the world's largest tabletop hobby game company. Do you have an idea for a board game, card game, ...
by Max Robertson
For nearly 40 years, Max Robertson's <i>The Game of Mah Jong</i> has been accepted as the foremost authoritative guide to the rules and scoring of this fascinating game. Using specimen hands to illustrate techniques, it outlines the most correct
by Bailey Greg
The Mind-Stretching Economist Quiz
by Philip Coggan
The non-trivial trivia quiz that asks how well you really know your world.<br> ...
by National Trust
100 quick and fun word puzzles based on the botanical wonders of Britain in a cute pocket-sized package. Whether you are a wordsearch wizard or a brainteaser buff, this is the perfect book to help exercise your brain!There are wordsearches, ...
If FT=GD and SD=SR,then what is TD?<BR><BR>Arrange in a different logical order-<BR>FIX, JIVE, NIFTY, NIGHT, PEN, PINE, SHIRTY, SOUR<BR><BR>You don't need to be a quiz champion, a member of Mensa, or even in the secret service - unravelling ...
"If 3=T, 4=S, 5=P, 6=H, 7=H . . . what is 8? What is the next letter in the sequence M, V, E, M, J, S, U, ? Which of the following words is the odd one out- Chat, Comment, Elf, Manger, Pain, Pour? GCHQ is a top-secret intelligence and ...
<DIV>Are you a genius? This book features 96 full-page Japanese logic puzzles, eight each of 12 different types, to test your solving skills. Even seasoned sudoku experts will take a satisfyingly long time to complete these oversize and ...
Trivia, Quizzes and More Fun From the Popular Pub Quiz Podcast
by Karen Chu
<p><b>Mind-effing factoids and quirky commentaries give the traditional trivia book a fun reboot</b><br><br>Anyone who?s ever gone to a bar trivia night has had their soul crushed by that one team that always wins. Its members spout off the most
by Mark Danna
<div><div>Every puzzle has a theme and includes a series of related words hidden among a grid of letters. All you have to do is look for them. Are the words spelled vertically, horizontally, or diagonally? Don’t forget to check backward as
by Patrick Blindauer
These grids are still basic—but the word lists have gotten a little trickier, from the advanced-beginner to intermediate solver. ...
The Art Quiz Game
by Craig & Karl
by Ron Klinger
by Ron Klinger