Popular trivia games and brain games like MindTrap and best selling Professor Noggin’s kids card games are what Outset Media is known for. As well as award winning party games, like What? and Family Charades-In-A-Box. We make our own games and puzzles that are sold around the world, but mostly made in North America; that's something we're quite proud of. In Canada, we're known for 'games by Outset' and 'puzzles by Cobble Hill', as well as what we supply to our Canadian retailers from US companies. Not sure where to start? Take a look at our best sellers in games and best sellers in jigsaw puzzles!
Outset Media is the exclusive distributor of the best selling Cobble Hill jigsaw puzzles, which are best known for their quality, nostalgic images and for being made in the USA. We have adult jigsaw puzzles as well as kid puzzles. Puzzle piece counts include 2000 piece, 1000 piece, 500 piece, 400 piece Family Puzzle, 275 piece Easy Handling puzzle, and a range of 35 piece to 180 piece for children puzzles. Our images come from top notch artists including Jim Daly, Tom Newsom, Lance Russworm, Walter Campbell, Douglas Laird, Shelly McVittie, and many more!
Stay tuned as we look to announce a new world famous artist to our puzzle family in February 2014! It's going to be wild!
Are you looking for recommendations for a special gathering? For large groups of adult friends, What? and Them & Us are perfect for guaranteed laughs! Is it family game night? Choose Family Charades In-A-Box Compendium if you like to act out. Or, for a fun, but quieter family game night, look to any of the 39 Professor Noggin' card games, like Wonders of the World! If you're more of a sit back and watch TV kind of family, visit our Watch Videos page or YouTube and play along with pedestrians “on the street” as they answer questions from our trivia game: American Trivia Family Edition and Canadian Trivia Family Edition. You'll learn lots of fun facts on Canada and the US, and probably share some giggles too. Or, if you're a parent in need of a game for wee ones who can play on their own, go for Picture Charades; there's no reading required!