Spanish Games

Game Description
1,000 Hitos
1,000 Hits!
The premise of 1,000 Hitos is that the players are in a road race. Each race—or hand—is usually 700 miles (or kilometers) long, but the first player to complete that distance exactly has the option to declare an extension in which case the race becomes 1,000 miles. Other times the game is played up to 1000 miles first, and then the first player to complete that distance has the option to declare an "extension" for 1,200 miles. Mille Bornes is played with a special deck of cards. There are hazard, remedy, safety, and distance cards. Each hazard is corrected by a corresponding remedy, and is actually prevented from happening in the first place by a corresponding safety. The target distance is reached by playing distance cards.
Traditional bingo has a new digital twist! The free bingo caller’s app transforms link4fun picture recognition bingo games by digitally calling out bingo words so you can play independently or in a Group. Play in English, Spanish, French, Italian, German or Russian for a language learning experience! The game contents include: 36 Bingo player cards, Caller Mat, 50 Calling Cards, Bingo Chips and Instruction sheet.
Conteste Por Favor
Conteste Por Favor
Can be played like a spelling bee. Divide the players into teams. Ask a question alternately of each team. If a player answers correctly they remain; if the player fails to give the correct answer, they must sit down; If the player speaks English, they must sit down. The team that lasts longer wins.
El Coyote
El Coyote
It is a two-player board game where one person plays as the coyote and the other plays as the chickens. When the coyote moves, the other player gets to move in the opposite direction making sure the coyote does not eat the chickens! It is your job to save the chickens and if not, you are a monster and the coyote wins. Have fun!
Español Basico Bingo
Spanish Bingo
Practice basic Spanish vocabulary with this fun BINGO game! It covers 50 Spanish words with photos and includes 36 game cards, bingo chips, calling cards, answer mat and comprehensive game guide in English and Spanish. For 3 to 36 players, learning Spanish vocabulary has never been more fun!
Kloo Race to Madrid
Kloo Spanish
Players make sentences and learn words in Spanish to score points. The longer the sentence and the more words you learn, the faster you can power your car around the special "Race to Madrid" game board. Compete, race and overtake - KLOO makes learning a language fast, easy and a lot of fun.
Spanish Monopoly
Relive the Monopoly experiences you remember best from the game's classic years. Inside you'll find the most beloved features, including a traditional bi-fold game board, full-sized money tray, houses and hotels, your favorite tokens, and all the cards, deeds, and money that made you feel rich when you first touched them. Authentic rules of play are included too.
Serpientes y Escalerras
Serpientes y Escaleras

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The object of the game is to use the latters to your advantage and avoiding the snakes as best as possible.  The first person to get to the 100th space wins the game, and wins at life. Have fun and enjoy your stay.
Spanish Family Feud
Spanish Family Feud
Spanish Family Feud needs two teams as well as a conductor. The object of the game is to get as many points as possible while also stealing points from the other team. The team with highest points wins a fabulous prize! Enjoy the game and have fun with your friends.
Summit Run

This game provides many ways to outwit your opponent and make your way to the top of the mountain. There are six paths that you are able to take and you are able to send your opponent backspaces so you can get more of a lead! It is also filled with trivia questions and you must answer one each time on your turn. Be careful how you use them though, reaching the top may lead to ruined friendships.
This game is designed to help you learn Spanish. The objective of this game is to draw out a card and read the word in Spanish. When four squares in a row, either vertically, horizontally or diagonally, or even the entire card, are covered, depending on the directions given before the card game starts, you call out: “Victorie” or “Victoria”