Friday, August 1, 2014

Disney Licensed Games {Press Release}

We love games at our house. With C-man being 5 and Big E almost 2, we play a lot of games. When I found out there were new Disney games by Blue Orange Games this summer, I was so excited! I loved all the choices they offered. With my boys being the ages they are, all of them are appropriate as we prepare for school.

Hopefully we'll be able to review one of these games soon!

Blue Orange Games Announces 9 new Disney Licensed Games

SAN FRANCISCO, CA—July 29, 2014Blue Orange Games, leading designer and manufacturer of tabletop games for the family, announces the introduction of 9 new Disney licensed games for Fall 2014. Disney is the premier source of family entertainment for over 60 years. In Disney, the game company found a natural, “classic” fit that will elevate the playing experience of their games. Blue Orange Games will adapt their existing titles to feature Disney properties, and hope to reach new audiences and enhance the ways in which kids can interact with their favorite Disney characters.

“We are thrilled and honored to partner with such a prestigious name as Disney,” said Martin Marechal, VP of Sales and Marketing at Blue Orange Games. “Being in the board game industry, we look for partners with brands that reflect classic values and with properties that fit the play value for our games. The development of the Disney licensed games demonstrates our commitment to creating fun, high quality educational games that appeal to the new generation of kids in the USA andCanada.”

Blue Orange games will launch new card games with properties such as Disney Frozen, Disney Planes, Sofia the First and Jake and the Never Land Pirates. The first year is focused on the launch of a series of educational games for ages 3 and up and will include the company’s best seller, Spot it!, as well as a versatile storytelling game called Tell Tale.

“Our Spot it! and Tell Tale games with the Disney properties is the perfect combination of exceptional content and play value that will make ‘fun learning’ a true success,” said Martin Marechal.

The release date for the seven licensed Spot it! games and two Tell Tale games is projected for the summer of 2014.

Game Highlights:
Spot it!
Learning gets a head start with the educational editions of the best selling matching game. Every circular card has an assortment of Disney images and symbols in varying sizes and orientations. Players race to spot the one matching symbol that exists between any two cards in the deck. Whether practicing their ABC’s and 123’s, or naming shapes and reading basic words, kids build skills and learn the basics through rewarding play.

Available in the following properties:
  • Disney Planes Spot it! Alphabet
  • Disney Frozen Spot it! Alphabet
  • Sofia the First Spot it! Alphabet
  • Doc McStuffins Spot it! Numbers & Shapes
  • Jake and the Never Land Pirates Spot it! Numbers & Shapes
  • Disney Pixar Spot it! Words
  • Disney Princess Spot it! Words
Tell Tale
Imaginations come to life with Tell Tale, a creative storytelling game. Players weave wacky and whimsical stories using cards showing a variety of settings, characters, and objects. Players can choose from four storytelling guidelines or even come up with their own. Lay out a story board, build on another player’s tale, or improvise with random cards and watch the magic happen!

Available in the following properties:
  • Disney Princess Tell Tale
  • Disney∙Pixar Toy Story Tell Tale
About Blue Orange Games

Founded in 2000, Blue Orange Games is a leading creator of tabletop games that excite and challenge all ages. The company is driven to inspire families to “unplug” and connect face to face with the people who matter most by playing games together. Their catalog of over 40 award-winning products has earned a reputation for high play value, skill development, elegant simplicity, and continuous fun. The eco-friendly company focuses on high quality designs using durable materials and plants two trees for each tree used in game construction. · ·

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