Treasure Hunt Game

This is The Award Winning Treasure Hunt Game, that tasks young players to find hidden treasures using a series of clues. A wonderful game in which the whole family can get involved, it won a Parent’s Choice Toy Award.

Treasure Hunt GameA reversible indoor/outdoor map resplendent in 18th-century pirate imagery provides a backdrop for using coordinates to find hidden clues, while the included clue cards and images use “Pirate Speak” to convey hints to treasure locations. Suitable for playing both indoors and outdoors, players search for game coins using the pre-printed clues, or use the blank cards to write your own clues. One clue leads to another, scavenger hunt style, until the ultimate treasure is found.

Whether you’re in need of indoor action during the cold winter months, or a group activity that can be enjoyed year-round, The Award Winning Treasure Hunt Game from Hammacher Schlemmer marks the spot for wholesome family fun!

The Award Winning Treasure Hunt Game

Lexicographer’s Extended Scrabble

The¬†Lexicographer’s Extended Scrabble from Hammacher Schlemmer allows board game connoisseurs¬†to soar to the next level.

Lexicographer's Extended ScrabbleFor many, the Scrabble-style games we’ve been playing on our mobile phones, with their added scoring spaces for huge point opportunities, have left the classic game feeling rather tame. This is the cure. Sporting a game board 21 tiles square, the Extended Scrabble dwarfs the old 15-square surface. And those triple-word spaces your opponent used will seem modest once you drop a quadruple word on them! Add to that 200 tiles — double the tile count of the original version — and you may need a calculator to tally up the damage. Of course, you’ll need to pull out the old dictionary and challenge the words that cyber version thinks are real.

As for your previous combatants, who like to “accidentally” bump the table in a sneezing fit when they trail by 100 points, not to worry. These tiles have pegs that extend into the board to keep it secure. At least long enough to snap a photo of your huge score with that cell phone, now that you don’t need it for playing Scrabble.

Are you ready for the next challenge in letter conglomeration domination? Then you’re ready for The Lexicographer’s Extended Scrabble.

The Lexicographer’s Extended Scrabble