Family & Children's Games Collection

Here are some of our most popular games the whole family can enjoy playing together

Labyrinth

Celebrating 35 years of a-maze-ing family fun this year!

Labyrinth is considered to be THE classic Ravensburger game. This clever sliding path game with its unique game play, has been delighting players of all ages for generations, and never fails to lure the whole family to the table for a game or two

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#UpsideDownChallenge Game

What happens when your world turns upside down?

Try and complete over 100 simple every day tasks while wearing special Upside-Down-Goggles that turn everything upside down. A really simple and funny game for 2-6 players ages 7 and up.

Funny Bunny Game

Can you get your bunnies to the juicy carrot at the top of the hill?
Be careful! The path is full of surprises along the way! Suddenly a hole could open up and one of your bunnies could take a tumble. Or a mischievous mole may push a bunny off the hill.

As well as a moving drawbridge and a swinging gate, you need to avoid the obstacles and reach the delicious carrot! Which little bunny will be the winner?

Bugs in the Kitchen Game

Get 'em if you can!

There's a pesky little bug in the kitchen! And it's not just any bug - it's a HEXBUG® nano® scuttling around the game board!

Quick - can you catch it in the trap?

Scotland Yard

The hunt for Mr.X through the streets of London!

There is a tough case for the detectives at Scotland Yard: Mister X is on the run, and has gone to ground in London. Now it's time to reconstruct his escape route and recapture him as quickly as possible. The detectives set off on an exciting chase all around the English capital city.

Scotland Yard Junior Game

The hunt for Mr.X for young sleuths

Can you work as a team with other players to capture him? The playing board shows a simplified map of London, including well-known sites such as Westminster Abbey, The London Eye, The Houses of Parliament, The National Gallery, Waterloo Station, The Tate Gallery and The Thames. Mr X moves across the playing board, travelling by taxi, bus, the underground or via the river, using the travel tickets supplied. Can you and other players guess where he’s travelling to?
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