Lately we have been trying some new games during our Family Games Nights. Here are some of our new favourites:
We first played Sequence with the Peets in Wellington last July. This edition of the game was bought by a friend on the Central Coast of New South Wales and hand-delivered to Craig at a conference in Korea. (Thanks, Paul!)
Sequence is a board and card game. Players compete to create rows, columns or diagonals of 5 connected checkers. The box says it is for ages seven and up, but Keegan thoroughly enjoys it at six.
This game, Pictureka, we bought here in Hong Kong. It's a fun version of hide and seek.
How many alphabet letters can you spot? What about things with wings? First one to spy a strawberry shouts, "Pictureka!"
Jemilla's teacher lent us this game called "Scene it".
It's a DVD game with an accompanying board that quizzes players on all things Disney.
Do you recognise the Disney movie on the screen?