FoxMind’s Go Bong!

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Go Bong

My youngest son loves games and is more than willing to play board games as opposed to video games.  Recently we had a change to review FoxMind’s Go Bong.  This is a solitaire game and keeps him thinking and on his toes.  He back steps and replays moves to win and to me that is fun learning.  The other day he worked on this game over an hour and it made me happy to see him using his though process.   This is the perfect game for a stocking stuffer of kids gift exchange.

 

 

FoxMind’s Go Bong! is Easy, Affordable, Addictive Fun
Jump start your neurons by playing one of several brain challenging games using the fun and innovative playing board of Go Bong!™
Play several solitaire games or challenge an opponent in this fun new game..
Go Bong is a “smart” game is an easy, affordable, perfect stocking stuffer, executive desk gift, waiting room game, and coffee table conversation piece.
Go Bong (MSRP $8.99) is a self-contained one or two-player game that is perfect for passing the time while traveling or used simply for stress relief because it is quite relaxing to squish the game board bumps.. The square rubberized board has rows of puffed up bubble-like mounds. Players try to use different logic patterns to press down the bumps in strategy amd deductive reasoning style games.
AND… as soon as the game is over, just flip it over and it’s ready to go again.

Fans of FoxMind’s hot selling Last Moue Lost game, will discover the similar self-contained rubberized game pad, and will look to play Go Bong again and again too.

Both Last Mouse Lost and Go Bong are dishwasher safe to clena too!

About FoxMind Games:
Appropriately named, FoxMind, publishes and distributes a cunningly sly array of original games that provide fun and entertainment while underlying beneficial mind-sharpening skills for all participants.  Founded in 2000, FoxMind, based in Montreal, Quebec, the company philosophy is to offer educational games, logic puzzles, spatial visualization, strategy and party games for the whole family. With numerous international prizes already on its mantle, FoxMind sells its product line worldwide and is a documented favorite brand of parents, teachers and fans everywhere. Recently, the company ventured into the dynamic arena of electronic games, with its first offerings for the iPhone and the iPad already available. Additional information is available at www.foxmind.com and through its social media outlets on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

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