Another Successful Year at Toy Fair

Mike from our Design Department and Alex from Customer Service posing in our booth!

Jason, our Director of Marketing & Product Development, showcasing our new game Take It or Leave It

Well, another year of Toy Fair has come and gone, and it was (as always) a fun and successful show! This year we debuted eight new games and 171 new puzzles from over 40 artists! Our new lineup was celebrated by retailers and press with an overwhelmingly positive response.

A few highlights of the show included Scallywags, where we got to hear everyone’s best pirate impressions, The Big Fat Tomato Game with its fun fuzzy mini tomato pieces, and Elephant’s Trunk, an adorable preschool game with lots of colorful game components. Check out our full wall of new games:
The anniversary edition of The Scrambled States of America Game was a hit as well – there was lots of buzz about all the new scramble cards plus the bonus book that’s included in this version. The game even made Good Housekeeping’s Best of Toy Fair list!

Rory’s Story Cubes – Actions was also a much anticipated follow up, and visitors to our booth had lots of fun coming up with crazy stories with these Actions cubes and the original Rory’s Story Cubes. Rory O’Connor himself, the creator of the best-selling game, even stopped in to roll the cubes and tell a few tales.

Now that our lineup is official and the games are becoming available… which are you most looking forward to?


About Gamewright

Gamewright is a leading manufacturer of family games, best known for such household hits as Slamwich, Rat-a-Tat Cat, In a Pickle, Rory's Story Cubes and The Scrambled States of America Game. Gamewright prides itself on making games that foster laughter, learning, friendship and fun. Kids, parents, grandparents, and educators all agree that Gamewright makes some of the best games on the planet. For more information, visit
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