Mindware has some pretty awesome products, and one of their newest games is Skippity. It was created by the same person who created one of Mindware's biggest selling game, Qwirkle. We received Skippity as a gift in November. One of the first things we noticed is how beautiful the game is. The board is an array of rainbow colors, and the playing pieces are rainbow colored as well. Skippity looks like a very colorful checkers game, and is, in some ways, similar to checkers. To set up: In each colored square, you randomly place the round colorful pieces across the board. When all the squares are filled, you take out the 4 middle pieces. You are then ready to play the game. Players can take any piece and make straight line jumps to capture pieces (similar to checkers). The goal is to capture the colors you need and block your opponent. When you get one of all 5 colors, you have a set. The person with the most sets at the end is the winner. This game has been a delightful addition to our game library, and is enjoyed by the die-hard gamers as well as those who are a little board-game-aphobic. It is easy to learn and takes about 20-30 minutes to play. I have a feeling it will be another great seller for Mindware!