Here are just a few examples of some of the great games we have here at Porter’s Craft and Frame.
- Ticket to Ride
In this game “players collect sets of train cards that enable them to claim railway routes and fulfill their all-important Destination Tickets by connecting distant cities.”
- Killer Bunnies
“Killer Bunnies is a fast paced, action filled card game, in which you must try to keep as many Bunnies alive as possible, while eliminating your opponents’ Bunnies.”
“Have you ever heard a word that triggered you to sing a song? If so, then YOU are Spontuneous! One player says a word and the race is on for the others to sing a song containing that word. It’s fun, fast paced and full of laughs!”
- Lighting Reaction
This is an Electric Shock Reaction Game, it comes with shock handles and trigger buttons. Don’t be the last one to push the button or you will be zapped.
- Hoot Owl Hoot!
“In a cooperative game, players work together as a team against a common obstacle. Help all the owls get home before the sun rises and everyone wins.”
- Stone Soup
“Once upon a time, a stranger helped a small town make a soup together. He supplied nothing more than a simple stone, a pot, and the encouragement to share and work together.” Now there is a matching game for kids to go along with this timeless story called ‘Stone Soup.’ The Stone Soup game is a matching game that encourages players to work together to cook a soup by making matches of soup ingredients and placing in the pot.
- Play Nine
“There’s plenty of strategy mixed with a little luck – of – the – draw as you pit your wits against everyone else to post the lowest score. And, of course, just when it seems as though everything is rolling your way, up pops that unexpected “challenge” to test even the savviest golfer.”
In this game “You are dealt a hand of Picture Cards. The judge plays a Caption Card. You must decide which of your cards will be the best match to the caption – in the Judge’s opinion! The match-ups can be literal or ludicrous, accurate or outrageous. It takes plenty of creativity and once in a while a little convincing – to win the round.”