Highlights: ChiTAG 2014 (Endless Games)
ChiTAGFair is always a fun experience for our entire family but last year we took a different spin and let our young correspondents interview inventors and company representatives. Because they enjoyed it so much (and everyone else thought it was cool), we decided to do the same again this year!
We had the pleasure of chatting with Brian Turtle from Endless Games, and he shares the scoop on their newest offerings, Cupcake Race & Oddly Obvious. You may also remember our feature about their autism-friendly title, Korner’D.
Endless Games continues to release great titles targeted at the gaming sweet spot of 8-12 year olds. Odds are you already have at least one in your game collection already!
Want to learn more? Let them know you’d like to see more of their games here on SahmReviews! Meanwhile, see what they’re up to by checking them out on Facebook and Twitter.
14 thoughts on “Highlights: ChiTAG 2014 (Endless Games)”
Your daughter is a wonderful interviewer. She is also quite the fashionista! I love her vest. Oddly Obvious sounds like a great party game. I am now craving Russian dressing.
She did such a great job, and the game sounds like a fun one. I have room for another game in my game closet, right?
Great interview! We love Endless games!
My kids aren’t into board games just yet, but as soon as my five year old can comprehend what he’s reading and what the rules are, I’m certain these will be right up his alley. I bet you guys over at Sahmreviews have awesome family game nights!?
That was great! I have been wanting to hit up the Chicago Toy & Game Fair for the last two years.
The cupcake race?! How fun! She is an amazing interviewer, too! I wish I had her confidence!
Sounds like a fun game! Your daughter did such a great job on her interview!
I made the mistake of watching that with my kids. Guess what they’re asking for now? 🙂 My son’s exact words were, “Mom! We GOTTA get the Cupcake Race!”
Ah your daughter did such a fantastic job! What great games for kids 😉
Cupcake Race and Oddly Obvious sound like awesome games. Albeit for competely different reasons.
Your daughter does such a great job at interviews! These games look like a ton of fun for kids, my kids always loved when we had game nights while they were growing up!
Your daughter did fantastic. I love hearing about the games.
Games can be so much fun as well as provide a family bonding vehicle – ♥ games!
I want to learn more about the Oddly Obvious game. That sounds interesting.