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Make Family Night a Game Night with Winning Moves Games
It’s times to take back family night! We spend entirely too much time watching TV, playing video games, surfing the internet and with electronics in general. Winning Moves Games offers so many different games for kids of all ages. You’re sure to find some that will be just right for your family night.
Oldies but Goodies
Winning Moves Games has lots of games that you may have grown up with, like Candy Land and Guess Who?.
Just a bit of trivia here – Candy Land has been around for over 64 years. Yikes, that’s longer that I’ve been around! It was created by a woman named Eleanor Abbot. She was a recovering polio patient and wanted to provide a fun way for children with polio to while away the hours. Milton Bradley manufactured the game and it went for sale in 1949 for $1 a box. Since then, over 40 million Candy Land games have been sold. It is now produced by Hasbro, who bought Milton Bradley Company in 1984.
If you are looking for an evening of giggles, Fish, Fish Squish! is the game for you. Kids won’t be able to resist. For ages 5 and up, this game usually takes two to four players, 15 – 30 minutes to play.
Mold your own school of dough-fish and get ready to “squish” your opponents’ fish! Every three-in-a-row with the cards earns you a squish. But, stay on your fins! Everyone else is trying to squish your fish too!
Don’t buy a brand new game when you’ve lost a piece!
One of the great things about Winning Moves Games, is that they have many of the individual parts to most of the games they offer. How many times have lost just one piece to a game? Probably more times than you would like to admit. No need to buy a new game, just order the piece that you need!
Connect 4 Twist & Turn( A New Twist on the Classic 4-in-a-row Game) is another fun offering. For ages 6 to adult and each game will usually last from ten to twenty minutes.