Award winning card game for all ages - from 8 to 80+ about who made history, how & when. 40 fantastically illustrated cards detailing 40 of the greatest sports women and men in history from 2000 years ago to the present day.
- 1st century BC Athenian, Pheidippides, said to be the first person to run the marathon
- Captain Webb and WG Grace, de Coubertin, who helped devise the modern Olympics
- Suzanne Lenglen, Jesse Owens, Sonia Henie, Don Bradman, Juan Fangio, Tanni Grey-Thompson and many more
- From a wide range of sports - athletics, boxing, football, golf, F1 racing, tennis, rugby, baseball, cricket, basketball, gymnastics, ice skating and squash.
Enjoy, absorb and learn! Win the cards by guessing who the characters are from the facts read out on their cards. Choose your level of fact from green to red: easiest to hard
A great game for all ages and stages to play together!
PS: We love that Alex, who founded History Heroes, is working hard to represent human diversity and include heroes outside the traditional European account of "history" (which was a bit dominated by European men). This isn't the easiest of tasks and she continues to work on it and refine her games with each reprint. If you have any suggestions for her do tell us or her!
- Raw materials from Europe? Yes - UK
- Organic? TBC
- Manufactured in Europe? Yes - UK
- What's it made from? Sustainable cardboard only
- What's it packaged in? Cardboard only
- Shipping packaging from manufacturer to us: Cardboard only
- Plastic-free? Yes 100%
- Vegan? Yes
- Animal-cruelty-free? Yes
- Reused upcycled or recycled? TBC
- Biodegradable / compostable? Yes 100%
- Reusable / refillable? N/A
- Recyclable? Yes 100%
- Great for ages: 8+
- Shelf life: Indefinite
- Awards: 0
- Safety standards met: European toy safety standards (CE-marked)
- Solvent-free? Yes
- Gluten-free? Yes
- Peanut-free? Yes
- Soy-free? Yes
- Lactose-free? Yes
- Easy to wash-off clothes / skin? N/A
- Improvements we're working on in this product: None - but you tell us, how could it be even better?