One of the leading global brands in the board game sector, Tactic Games, unleashes fast and furious family fun this Christmas. These new games will bring out the wordsmith in your Mum, the actor in your Aunt and the competitor in your Nan. Get your best game face on!
Will you get your reef ‘n’ counter with the new game Coral Reef? Speed and recognition is needed in this aquatic adventure game. Look for the marine animals shown on the two cards and point them out at the same time. Beat the other players and you will be rewarded with a detailed animal figurine. A magical introduction to sea life for children aged 4+, Coral Reef comes with a double-sided game board consisting of giant puzzle pieces which can be arranged in different ways for added excitement.
Emojito is a fun-packed party game full of emotions for ages 7+. Express your selfie and feel it, show it with friends and family. Simply imitate the emotions on your card for other players to guess. The first player to make five rounds around the game board wins. Play Emojito cooperatively or competitively and two variant rules for experienced players add extra fun and interactivity.
The rush is on to play Word Rush, the new game of quick thinking words and categories for ages 8+ that will challenge your brain power and skills. Each player takes a turn to come up with a word that fits the category card from one of nine letters placed on the game board. With a dash against the sand timer and the threat of lost rounds if you can’t come up with a word, Word Rush is a thrilling race of wits.
Available at £19.99 from all good toy retailers. For details visit www.tactic.net
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