Wood Game Sets(119 items)
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Featured Reviews on Wood Game Sets
Great gift for the Woodworker
These are cool gifts as a whole or split them up into individual gifts. Bought as a gift for a woodworker.
Great Two-player Strategy Game - easy to tote
Well-made and nicely finished - this game is great for travel and the stained wood case will look perfectly at home on a desk or in your den. The footprint is small, but the game is a fun and strategically challenging.
Waraporn Khamsuk Artisan crafted wooden games and tableware
"My favorites are the wooden games because I grew up with them. They teach me to think, plan and concentrate, and I apply these skills in my everyday life."
Popular Wood Game Sets
Hand Made Wood Tower Puzzle Game from Thailand, "Babylon Tower"$19.99
Featuring a two-tone design, this puzzle game from Thailand is original and engaging. Hand-carved wooden pieces in a variety of shapes are designed to fit together in the shape of a tower, complete with a pointed top. The goal is to fit the pieces together in exactly the right way, alternating the beige and brown colors along the sides. The perfect challenge for one or more players, this puzzle is presented by Waraporn Khamsuk.
Rain Tree Wood Pig Puzzle from Thailand, "Piggy Puzzle"$19.99
Thai artisan Waraporn Khamsuk creates this puzzle out of rain tree wood, modeling it after the Japanese puzzles called or "to join wood together." When assembled, the thirteen-piece puzzle forms the shape of a pig. The artisan rates the difficulty as medium.
Rain Tree Wood Elephant Puzzle from Thailand, "Elephant Puzzle"$23.99
Thai artisan Waraporn Khamsuk handcrafts this puzzle out of rain tree wood, modeling it after the Japanese puzzles called or "to join wood together." When assembled, this fourteen-piece puzzle forms the shape of an elephant. The artisan ranks the difficulty of the puzzle as medium.
Wood Stacking Tower Game with Box from Thailand, "Tower Delight"$23.95
A looming tower composed of many small bricks is the centerpiece for this game from Thailand. Stacking the blocks that are hand-carved from rain tree wood, the goal is to take turns removing them one by one without toppling the tower. An excellent game for two or more players, it is presented by Waraporn Khamsuk, finished with a box for housing the wood bricks.