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Board Games

 We're Learning to Tell the Time (German Version)

Illustrator: Xavier Bonet


Publisher : Ravensburger Spieleverlag (April 1, 2019)

Language : German

Dimensions : 33.5 x 23.1 x 5.5 cm

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  • Learning to tell the time is not so easy. In everyday life, children always come across times of the day. But what do they mean? In this game, children accompany the boy Emil through his day. This way, they learn how to combine times of the day with everyday situations.

  • tiptoi supervises and asks questions, as well as sets tasks around the topic of clock and time (English language not guaranteed). Whoever has the most points at the end is a real-time-telling professional and wins the game.

  • Set the clock # answer # points: Whoever tells the time best and answers the most questions wins the game.

  • The interactive learning game for 1 to 4 players aged from 6 to 9 years, with adjustable digital and analogue cardboard clock. Game duration: 20 to 30 minutes

Gate Games Tor Duel
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Illustrator: Xavier Bonet


Publisher : Ravensburger Spieleverlag (Nov 27, 2017)

Language : German

  • Tactical game for the top theme football

  • For 2 football fans from 7 to 99 years

  • Playing time: 10 - 15 minutes

  • Ideal as a small gift or on the go

  • Includes 2 playing figures, 2 sets of cards, 1 playing field, 1 football and 1 glove, 1 whistle, 8 torchips

Kick off to an exciting football match. Players repeatedly tact to get into the opponent's penalty area. Hey, that was a clear foul! The opponents face each other in front of the goal: a clever shot and "Tooooooor!". This tactical game for two football fans goes over two half-times. Each of them consists of two rounds in which all the cards of the card set are played against each other. Both opponents put a card covered in front of each other and then uncover them. The player with the better result puts the ball towards the opponent's goal. If you won again he can dare a goal shot. He puts the football in front of his playing figure. The opponent sets the goal at a distance of forearm and his figure as a goalkeeper in front. The striker now flicks the ball and tries to hit the goal while the goalkeeper tries to ward off. If the goal is successful, the striker gets a torchip. The game continues until after two exciting half-times the winner is fixed - or the match ends draw, just like some real football match. Let's go to the next goal duel! A tactical and action-packed game on the top theme of football.

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