Pass The Pigs Has a Party and the Game of Life Goes to the Dogs - In a Good Way
DANVERS, Mass., Feb. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Winning Moves Games, a leading maker of board games, card games and puzzles, launches an array of titles at the American International Toy Fair, Feb. 13-16. Specializing in family fun, the Company is proud to unveil Pass The Pigs® Pig Party Edition, The Game of Life® It's a Dog's Life® Edition, a new line of puzzles called TouchTwisterz™ and the re-introduction of The Game of Life® Classic Edition from 1960.
With its iconic pig-shaped dice, Pass The Pigs has been entertaining millions of loyal fans for over 30 years. Now, Pass The Pigs fans will squeal with delight at the notion of rolling 8 pig-dice in the new Pig Party edition. Each player uses their 2 pig-dice to roll combinations pictured on the cards with a chance to earn a bonus roll with all 8 pigs!
Sure to tug at the heartstrings of dog lovers everywhere is The Game of Life® It's a Dog's Life® Edition, which is an all-new take on Life as seen through a dog's eyes. Players have the option to customize their game tokens by uploading pictures of their own dog to an app on winning-moves.com. As well, families will enjoy hours of fun with The Game of Life® Classic Edition, a 2010 National Toy Hall Of Fame inductee. It celebrates the original look and feel of one of history's most beloved games.
Adding to its line of classic board games and puzzles, Winning Moves launches an exciting new puzzle line called TouchTwisterz™. Instant Insanity®, the multi-million selling cube puzzle from the 1960's, is back in its original enticing form and Instant Insanity II takes the challenge to a whole new level. Kids of all ages will enjoy hours of fun with this new brainteaser. No loose parts make it perfect for travel.
"Winning Moves Games recognizes the importance of quality and value, and with our new titles all under $35, game lovers can play again and again for a fraction of the cost of other entertainment options," said Phil Orbanes, a noted game historian, author of Monopoly®: The World's Most Famous Game & How It Got That Way, and President of Winning Moves Games.