I have been working with NSI for many years and they often send me new items to review and demonstrate on video. The ProjeX is the next level in portable gaming. It is reminiscent of the Nintendo Duck Hunt that used the Nintendo system to blast targets on the TV. This system is portable from room to room and runs on batteries. You do not need a T.V. just a wall to use as your screen.
There are three sets of targets that are similar to a USB flash drive. When you want to switch targets types, just make the change. You get three levels to choose from, three different targets and 5 different games. There are plenty of ways to enjoy the ProjeX. If you have any questions, please contact me through our contact page.
Today we check out two games from Playmonster. Both games have been voted into the Chicago Toy And Game Fair and you can help them win the TAGIE Award. Click the Vote Here link to support both of these young inventors. Voting Ends 10-31-2019
The first game is Draw Into Crime - The Sketchy Game of Sketchy People. Think of it like an artistic Guess who. Once you pick your criminal, then the others guess different characteristics. After a certain number of guess, the group then draws what they think the criminal looks like. The witness gets to pick the winner, but the drawings are kept a secret. It is as simple as that!
The next game is Goo On Your Shoe! This game is all about dropping little pieces of goo from three different colors. The options are on the spinner, which is a miniature playground merry-go-round. As you work your way around the board, you will at times land on the goo and you then put it on your shoe. The winner has the least Goo On His Shoe.
Chitag created the Young Inventors Program to inspire the next generation to use creativity, critical thinking, and STEM skills in the invention and innovation process to connect professionals within toy industry to mentor these young innovators in their design process. Chitag is also the only Young Inventor Program that has sponsorship and mentoring participation from top toy and game manufacturers around the world. Many of the winning inventions have been licensed by these global companies and can be found on store shelves today!