A sad cloud needs cheering up, and our heroes take turns trying to chase its blues away.
The Game Catchers have fun teaming up with soap-bottle aliens to play pass the sponge.
Alien blackboards show the Game Catchers how drawings come to life on their planet.
The Game Catchers team up with piggy aliens to play lawn bowling.
Nina accidentally falls inside a crater during a game of capture the flag.
Down into the ground go the Game Catchers with aliens who love digging holes.
The Game Catchers learn to play beanbag toss with aliens that like to monkey around.
The Game Catchers land on a sandy planet and make all-seeing friends.
Queen leads the way is the game to play on a planet where every guest must meet the king!
After a few mix-ups involving eggs, our heroes are rewarded with a big game of rock ball.
The Game Catchers are lighter than air on a planet, where they find acorn aliens.
After landing on a strange and slippery planet, the Game Catchers meet the snail aliens.
The Game Catchers travel to a planet, where they are taught to play witch says colour.
The Game Catchers land on a planet where alien children love to play the longest thread.
The Game Catchers meet aliens that can project holograms of themselves.
On a planet where everything glows in the dark, the Game Catchers play sardines.
A case of never-ending hiccups puts the fun on hold for the Game Catchers.
The Game Catchers play lower and lower with some sea horse aliens!
Pickpocket tag is loads of fun to play on a planet with hopping aliens!
Have some fun with the Game Catchers as they play pass the parcel with appliance aliens.
The Game Catchers snack on some delicious local fruit... that makes them glow!
The Game Catchers have to figure out some special moves to get their animal toys to pop!
On a distant planet, aliens teach the Game Catchers how to play guess who.
Alien dinosaurs teach the Game Catchers to play who's the leader?
The Game Catchers help celebrate an alien's birthday by searching for the perfect pebble.
The Game Catchers dance to the music on a planet with a disco ball sun.
The Game Catchers meet cactus aliens, who teach them to play seek and find.
Kate gets separated from the others when they land on the Planet of Lost\nThings.
On a planet where aliens are made of yarn, our heroes get to play the\nhandkerchief game.
The Game Catchers bundle up to explore a planet full of snow.
Long-tailed aliens on a lush, green planet teach the Game Catchers to play jump and spin.
Shape-shifting aliens greet the Game Catchers on a planet filled with household items.
The Game Catchers play a game of cops and robbers.
Get your spoons ready, Game Catchers, it's a potato race!
On a balloon planet, our heroes want to play waterfall with the water balloon tree.
Aliens Maya and Yumi share their favourite activity with the Game Catchers: Simon says.
It's great fun to play cloth ball on a new planet.
The Game Catchers explore colourful trees with local owl children.