Adventure Land (Abenteuerland)
In Adventure Land, King Agamis rules from his castle. Rich cities, vast forests and rugged mountain ranges dominate the country. The large river is known to be lined with gold and the forests filled with medicinal herbs, but dangers lurk beneath the fog! Only the bravest adventurers dare to face the challenges. When you move your adventurer tactically and bravely fight the fog creatures, you'll win the favor of the king.
Animal Upon Animal : Small and Yet Great!
In Animal Upon Animal: Small and Yet Great!, the players build an animal pyramid by stacking their animals one by one on top of each other, without any of them falling off. The die indicates how many animals can be stacked, where and who shall stack them. Be the first to stack all of your animals in the pyramid and you win!
The old clock tower is striking midnight! The three ghost hunters quickly reload their green goo ammunition in their handmade power pistols and enter the castle. Let the ghost hunt begin!
This is a tile-laying race game with players starting with boards that are identical, and one player drawing tiles that they all will use. They race to get their explorers to temples first and earn points. Along the way they can collect additional points by collecting items off the paths they create.
Keep It Steady (Zitternix)
27 wooden dowels of differing thickness (small, medium and large and color (yellow, red and blue) are placed within a wooden ring and then twisted so they balance on the table.
My Very First Games : Animal Upon Animal
The animal stacking game, now for toddlers. This is a very basic game for very small children. You roll the die and stack the given animal on the matching tile and any other animals already stacked on that tile.
My Very First Games : First Orchard
Haba's classic Orchard for the smallest ones. The rules are adjusted to their age and the game material is especially designed for a small childs' hand. The beautiful and handy wooden pieces are also very suitable for free play and fostering better motor skills. A co-operative game for 1 - 4 players, Ages 2 and up.
My Very First Games : Little Builders
Master builder Matt is the head of the large construction site and there are lots of things to do! He has many plans for the colorful houses that have to be built today. The children help Tim the laborer transport new building blocks from the quarry to the construction sites.
Orchard is a cooperative game for two or more players aged 3 and up. Only a quick harvesting of the trees carrying crunchy cherries, juicy apples, sweet pears and marvellous plums prevents the snitching of fruits by the impudent and insatiable raven. All players work together to harvest the fruits.
Rhino Hero! presents players with an incredibly heroic – and regrettably heavy – rhinoceros who is eager to climb a tall building and leap other tall buildings in a single bound. First, though, you need to construct that building.
Yiiiiippy! In toy wonderland, the mischievous little kobolds swipe everything in their reach. Who wants to join them by collecting toys in different shapes and colors? But not so fast! You have to pay close attention and be able to "see" with your hands because the toys could be hidden in the bag or the kobold cave.
The haunted house looks even scarier than usual in the light of the full moon. The four brave friends and their dog dare to enter the haunted house, but who dares to climb the highest in Spookies?
The Little Orchard
A cooperative game for children. The players have to pick up all the cherries, before the crow can steal them from the tree. With good memory and a little bit of deduction, the game can be won, but if you forget which tiles have the crow on the other side, watch out! He'll eat all your cherries! The board is integrated in the box and comes with the usual nice Haba pieces.