Wonder Forge Games was founded in 2007 by Jacobe Chrisman and a small group of other creative types to develop fun experiences for families. Today Wonder Forge works with partners such as Dr. Seuss, Disney Jr. and Nickelodeon and makes over 85 games. Wonder Forge always has games from the latest such as Suspicion and Really Bad Art, plus BRIO Playsets. If your family is like ours you really value family game nights. We love the traditional, Life, Scrabble and Monolpoly games, but it is so good to get new games that none of us have ever played.
Ready… Set… Draw…! It’s the lightning-fast drawing game where you need to draw just well enough to win! Everyone takes one of the 500 phrases and has only 6 seconds to draw their best interpretation. Mix them all up and try to guess which scribble matches which phrase. Get your big ideas across and guess correctly to score! This game is great whether you love to draw or can barely draw a stick man and is high paced, fast action fun. Really Bad Art is designed for ages 12 and up and can accommodate 3-6 players.
Suspicion has become our family’s new favorite board game. Think Clue, but no murder, just stealing jewels. If you love mystery games and solving puzzles you will love Suspicion! You’re invited to a masquerade party at the estate of art collector Baron Whitetooth. Little does he know, you’re a world-class jewel thief. And you are not alone. Keep your identity a secret as you maneuver through the mansion pocketing priceless gemstones. Observe the other guests and use deduction to unmask the other crooks before they catch you. Suspicion is recommended for ages 10 and up and needs 2-6 players and of course the more the better.
BRIO offers some of the best playsets for the little ones and feature pieces made from not just plastic like other playsets, but also wood offering different textures and more realistic play. The BRIO Family Home is a modular play house. It can be built according to suggestions in the leaflet or customize, the modular pieces in plastic and wood offer lots of options. It comes with interior details and characters, creating a unique social play focus around real life situations for your child to engage in. Village is a NEW theme within the BRIO World concept – filled with play values and experience. The Village encourages social roleplay and invites children to play together by telling stories from their everyday life. The Village theme consists of several modular toys like a house, school, singing stage and ice cream stand. This theme offers suggestions, but encourages children to create their own settings. All wooden parts are made from 100% FSC-certified beech wood from sustainably managed forests and are built to last for generations.
The BRIO Fire Station Set is made for that little aspiring firefighter on your list. Children can engage in role play with this elaborate fire station. One truck has light/sound functionality for extra action. BRIO creates innovative, high-quality and well-designed toys with clean, simple designs that spark children’s creativity and imagination while encouraging and supporting each stage of their development. Just like the Family House, all wooden parts are made from 100% FSC-certified beech wood from sustainably managed forests and are built to last for generations.
These games and toys plus other Wonder Forge products are available from national retailers such as Amazon and Target and you can find many more retailers near you here. Queen of Reviews has teamed up with Wonder Forge to offer The BRIO Fire Station and Suspicion to be given away to one of my lucky readers. Just enter below and be sure to show them some love on facebook and twitter. Good luck!
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