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The Lagoon Group is the UK’s leading supplier of games and puzzles as gifts. All of our fabulous products are designed in house by a team of brilliant, creative minds who are constantly conjuring up cleverly-packaged new games that fly off the shelves.
Innovation and originality are key to what we do at Lagoon and we understand how crucial exciting new gifts are so have launched more than 70 new titles in 2019 alone. From best-selling licences such as The World of David Walliams, Einstein and Professor Rubik to our Lagoon favourites like Tabletop Games and Mindbending Puzzles books, we have something for everyone and every occasion.
A great game for ages 8 to 80. Players need to collect characters from David Walliams' books by successfully completing either a ohysical feat or a mental challeng. Educational and fantastically good ...
Packaged in fun pizza box packaging, this quix features 100 questions to test your friends and family's general knowledge.
A fast-paced game of modelling charades where players pick a card and model a sculpture that their teammates need to recognise and guess correctly within the given time limit.
Players can find out if they are a food snob or philistine with this quirky foodie quiz that's packaged to look like a box of sushi.
All the family will love playing these three classic card games: Go Fish, Cheat and Old Maid. Beautifully illustrated with images from David Walliams' best-selling boos, Ratburger, Gangsta Granny and ...
A collection of mind-bending puzzles in everyone's favourite format - a tabletop tin. Titles include: IQ Test Puzzles, Maze Puzzles, Optical Illusion Puzzles, Logic Puzzles, Lateral Thinking Puzzles a ...
The perfect stocking filler or table favour, each box contains three different colours of Plasticine and instructions to make a snowman, a reindeer, Santa Claus, a Christmas tree, Christmas decoration ...
Packaged in fun Chinese take-away packaging, this quiz has 100 questions on everything from the name of Bruce Springstein's first album to who won the 2017 Grammy for Best New Artist?