Top Trumps: Skyscrapers is the pack we've all been waiting for. 30 of
The worlds most incredible buildings together for the first time. From luxurious, opulent landmarks like the Kingdom Centre to historical treasures like the Houses of Parliament, this pack takes you on a whirlwind tour of the globe. Stop off in New York to admire the Empire State Building, or relax in the shadow of the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy. With a climbing difficulty personally created by French daredevil Alain' Spiderman' Roberts and a look to the future of London's own skyline, this pack is a must see!
2 or more players can play. Players deal the cards amongst themselves and one player will read out a fact from their top card - the other players must openly compare the same fact. Whoever has the highest fact, wins the opponents cards. The winner will be the person who has all the cards at the end.
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With The Herb Witches expansion, you can now play The Quacks of Quedlinburg with a fifth player! Try some new Locoweed to your cure-all potions or add some new extra-large pumpkins. You can even try new ingredient books! If youâ ™re struggling to find the perfect recipe, maybe one of the three Herb Witches can lend a hand. With countless more exciting brewing options, âQuacksâ fans will enjoy hundreds of more potion-creating sessions
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