Re:creation launches Who Tooted? game

Published on: 24th February 2016

The company recently re-entered the games category with Dynamite Dare and Spy Code.

recreation480Re:creation has revealed that it has forged an agreement with international games giant, Goliath Games, to launch a third game – Who Tooted? This new game will mark the first product that the company will distribute in the UK on behalf of Goliath Games.

Packed with light-hearted fun and toilet humour, Who Tooted? has already proven highly successful in both the Netherlands and in the US where it launched in autumn 2015. The game, which includes mini whoopee cushion style play pieces, sees players attempt to work out who tooted through guessing and bluffing.

Re:creation games brand manager, Katy Fletcher, commented: “As we relaunch into the games arena, we’re delighted to have Goliath Games on board. The company boasts a number of international success stories and Who Tooted? has already demonstrated sell-out success and awards achievements in the Netherlands. We’re confident it has the right ingredients to trump even those results here.

“There is a real hunger out there right now for silly fun that all the family can enjoy and this game delivers that in buckets. It is full of laughs and giggles that will appeal to all ages. Word of mouth and online coverage have been really instrumental in achieving the results seen overseas and we plan to continue to propagate that online content here in the UK too.”

Re:creation will support all three new games with heavyweight TV as well as extensive PR and online outreach.


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