These aren’t your grandma’s puzzles

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Everyone loves a good game night. But when you’ve already memorized your go-to puzzle, or your deck of cards is missing a Jack, it’s time for an upgrade. If you’re ready to add some shimmer and shine to your game collection, look no further than these awesome products. 

Millennial Lotería is a modernized version of the classic Mexican Bingo game. The game actually started as an Instagram account where the creator would revamp classic cards to have a modern-day twist. Plus it’s straightforward and easy to play because the rules are the same as traditional bingo, so it’s fun for the whole family.

If you want to bring your next game of Crazy Eights to the next level, these Luxury Playing Cards are a must. The sleek, black cards have a metallic gold and silver finish to really add some sparkle to poker night. Their eye-catching design will lure anyone to the card table, so getting game night started will be a total cinch. 

For a more passive kind of game night, the Piecework Puzzles Fruit Party Duo has you covered. The duo comes with two puzzles—“The Forbidden Fruit” puzzle, and “The Life of the Party” puzzle—so if you wanted to add some competition to your puzzle-solving, you could split into two groups and race to the finish! Piecework has even made curated playlists for each puzzle specific to its vibe, that you can listen to while you put it together! Each puzzle contains 1,000 pieces made from 100% recycled paper, and the designs are beautiful and unique. The designs are so stunning that you can even frame your completed puzzle to turn it into a piece of art!

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