Looking for some great games for family game night? Toy Insider Mom Laurie Schacht stopped by Windy City Live on ABC 7 in Chicago to talk about some great games the whole family can enjoy. For more on the items featured in this segment, check out the product notes below.
The new Watermelon Smash game from YULU Toys is a hilarious twist on the water roulette challenge. Will you end up dry or soaking wet? Use your head to find out!
Fill the watermelon with water or use the provided watermelon seeds for indoor play. Players take turns spinning the spinner to determine their fate. Follow the indicated instructions on the spinner and press the watermelon against your head.
Watch out, you never know when the watermelon will crack and you will lose! The last player left in the game wins!
Each Watermelon Smash game comes with a watermelon, seeds for indoor use, spinner, and game rules.
This hilarious game will create instant laughter as family and friends do their best to avoid stepping in – you guessed it – POOP compound!
Players place mounds of brown compound on the game mat, then take turns spinning the spinner to find out how many steps to take across the mat while blindfolded. The player to make it to the end of the mat while stepping in the fewest poops, wins! It’s the ultimate potty-themed challenge!
Available: Most major retailers nationwide and HasbroToyShop.com.
Bill Reese has been production director at The Toy Insider since 2014. A former editor at Playbill and graduate of SUNY–Purchase, he can be found most weekends channeling his inner child while cheering for the New York Red Bulls pro soccer team.
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