The Toy Book‘s July/August issue showcases new puzzles and games for mass and specialty retail. We received dozens of submissions fit to print, beyond what fit on our printed pages. Here’s a look at 10 more specialty games and puzzles after the jump.
Think-a-lot Toys has announced that it will keep the assembly of its Think-ets games here in the U.S., and also hire members of the Developmental Disabilities Resource Center (DDRC), a private nonprofit corporation that employs people with developmental disabilities in Lakewood, Colo., to help assemble its Think-ets games.
Think-ets uses miniature objects from around the world for storytelling, memory games, and more. DDRC says its workers take great pride in putting each miniature object into mesh pouches. “They earn a paycheck now,” said Leslie Smith, supervisor at DDRC, in a press release. “Rather than just sitting and watching TV, they now interact with the community. It increases their self-esteem to get out of the house, earn money, and learn new skills.”