TOYMASTER 2012: Paul Lamond uncovers Yes/No Game deal

Firm will offer a free pack of the game for all orders written over £1,000 in value.
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At this week's Toymaster show, Paul Lamond will also be offering retailers a 15 per cent discount on all orders for the popular Chimp and Zee pre-school offering, as well as the usual extended credit deal.

Also on the stand will be the new-look Subbuteo brand features a higher quality pitch, new flexible players and licensed Premier League teams.

Other highlights include a new children’s drawing game called It’s A Chicken, a new range of Loony Tunes puzzles and a line of Dr Seuss games and puzzles. New games include Oliver Twist & Shout - mixed up charades; Analyze Me and a fresh addition to the Chimp and Zee range with the Fish And Chicks game.

Paul Lamond will also be showcasing its range of top sellers including Q.I Board Game, Gruffalo and Gruffalo’s Child among others.

It is also refreshing its adult and kids’ Where’s Wally? puzzle lines, as well as launching a new card game and the Wally Wand. Finally, the puzzle line sees the addition of a new Beatles design and Simpson’s puzzles.

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