Smart Games scales up best-seller portfolio with new XXL versions of hit games

Smart Games is scaling things up somewhat this season, as the puzzle games specialist details the arrival of new XXL versions of three of its bestselling titles: Jump In’, Squirrels Go Nut’s, and IQ Puzzler Pro.

Each XXL version of these popular titles come with extra large pieces and more challenges to complete.

The new collection kicks off with Jump In’ XXL, a supersized game featuring mind-boggling challenges. The aim of Jump In’ XXL is to get the rabbits to safety in their burrows by manoeuvring around a board now four times bigger than the original-scale launch.

The titles has been designed to encourage children aged seven years and upwards to plan, problem solve, and use logical thinking. The XXL version includes an additional 40 ‘black rabbit’ challenges on top of the 60 original challenges.

The next game to have undergone an XXL makeover is Squirrels Go Nut’s, promising extra-large pieces, extra squirrels and more challenges, inviting children aged six and upwards to discover the company’s global best-selling game.

The XXL version includes 40 additional “black nut” challenges on top of the 60 original challenges. 

Finally, from the Smart Toys and Games’ popular IQ range comes the arrival of IQ Puzzler Pro XXL, a big game with three playing grids for children aged six and upwards. This game weighs in at an impressive eight times larger than the original globla best-seller.

With 188 challenges to complete from easy to expert, players can enjoy 68 additional 2D / 3D pyramid challenges, compared to the original game. Stimulating cognitive skills including concentration, problem solving and spatial insight, the IQ Puzzler Pro tests players to try and solve the challenge presented in the booklet.

Karen Clarke, UK brand director of Smart Toys and Games, said: “We are delighted to unveil our new XXL games – the chunky pieces are super fun and ideal to play both indoors and outside in the garden, giving these games a brilliant twist.

“These three games offer larger, more tactile pieces, lots more challenges to complete, bigger play value and lots of extra fun. The bigger size makes them a fantastic gift to buy anyone who loves a brain busting challenge and with all the extra challenges to complete, these three games will have little ones engaged for hours.” 

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