• Easy-to-understand picture-based riddles
  • Play solo or together
  • Explore fine motor skills, cognitive skills, and social-emotional learning (SEL)

The cookie monsters have stolen cookie jars from your neighborhood and kids must go on a fun adventure to Monsterville to retrieve them! Kids ages 5 and up can work together or play alone in this game as they try to solve riddles and earn back the cookie jars. There are six types of stimulating riddle cards that will get kids’ gears turning; they include tasks such as matching, recognizing emotions, completing puzzles, using maps, and more.

The picture-based riddles don’t require reading skills so little ones can play along. There are 36 riddle cards included (six of each type) and each round has a new combination of six riddle tasks, so kids can replay the game multiple times. The riddles and tasks encourage kids to work on and develop different skills, including fine motor, cognitive, and social-emotional learning (SEL). The game is a great option for family game nights but can also be played solo.

Parents or someone who can read will need to read the instructions at the onset and help set up the game. Setup is easy, with tokens and other items that need to be punched out from die-cut boards.

Kids ages 5 and up; creative kids; kids who like to play alone; kids looking for an activity to do together; families who like to play games together; grade school kids; kids who like brain-teasers and like to solve puzzles or riddles


Outsmart the cookie monsters in Monsterville! Solve quirky riddles to reclaim stolen cookie jars. With six types of visual puzzles and simple rules, this game is perfect for family game nights and rainy days.

Product Facts

  • MSRP:
  • $16.15
  • Age:
  • 5+

About the author

Nadia Velit

Nadia Velit

Nadia Velit is the Senior Editor at Adventure Media & Events where she writes for The Toy Book, The Toy Insider, and The Pop Insider. As a trusted source for parents and gift-givers and a toy industry expert, Nadia focuses on all things toys and stays on top of all of the hottest trends. She loves to be outside with her chickens and is always ready for a game of giant Jenga or old-fashioned Twister. When she’s not playing with friends and family, you can find her curled up with a Sandra Brown mystery novel or obsessing over The New York Times Spelling Bee although truthfully she would rather be at Hogwarts. Nadia has been featured on CBS, NBC, FOX, and more.