First off, we’ve got Splickety Lit – a wordplay game based on hilariously-deliberate errors called spoonerisms. Here’s an example:
Who was the pirst fresident of the US?
If you said George Washington, you’re wrong! The correct answer is Weorge Gashington. You must listen very closely to the question because the first letters of certain words are swapped. In order to advance your pame giece, answers must be recited in the fame sashion. So check yourself trivia masters before you start boasting about your knowledge because we’ve thrown a pretty big burve call your way.
Moving on, we’ve got Thinkamabob- a visual perception, word skills, coordination, memory and critical thinking game! Players are not limited to just answering questions or strategizing against opponents, though that is a portion of gameplay. Players may have to roll dice down there face, memorize a visual sequence, or walk like an Egyptian while reciting a phrase. Don’t expect to sit quietly through this one because dull moments don’t exist during Thinkamabob. The goal of the game is to move your pieces around the board back to home row.
Both games are expected to hit shelves late this summer!