Hachette Boardgames will release three new Gigamic games into U.S. Trade this December.

Peek-a-Mouse is a family game where players are searching their house for item tokens stolen by mice. They need to work together to remember the location and direction of the tokens to find as many as they can before the mice return. This game is for two to six players, ages four to eight, and will retail for $34.99.

Quetzal is an excavation game where players are in charge of teams digging out exotic objects buried there. The goal of the game is to optimize the dig and emerge unscathed with the most artifacts. This game is for two to five players, ages 10 and up, plays in 15 minutes, and will retail for $34.99 as well.

Dinner in Paris is a restaurant management game where players open up sidewalk cafe in a popular Parisian dining district. The goal of the game is to run a successful sidewalk cafe and contribute to the culinary diversity of the area. This game is for two to four players, ages 8 and up, and will play in 40 to 60 minutes. It will retail for $39.99.

Hachette Boardgames also released Candy Lab, a candy-packing game by FunnyFox, into the U.S. retail market in October (see "Hachette Boardgames Will Release 'Candy Lab' Into the U.S. Retail Market