Tactic demonstrated a variety of its recently launched family games, including Mud Party, Doodle Doo and Draw Out Extreme.
Tactic Games made its debut at the BlogOn Toys PR event at the weekend, taking the opportunity to officially launch its new family party game Don’t Upset The Llama. The water spraying, speed game, which tests players’ reactions and their ability to stay dry during each fun round, was a hit with many of the bloggers in attendance.
During a busy day at BlogOn, Tactic also demonstrated a variety of its recently launched family games, including Mud Party, Doodle Doo and Draw Out Extreme, plus the new Masha and the Bear and Angry Birds games. Flags of the World and Wonders of the World attracted attention from parents with older children looking for more educational games, and there was also a lot of appreciation for the Lumo Stars plush characters.
Vicki Marler-Hausen, Tactic’s marketing consultant, commented: “This was the busiest BlogOn I have known; at times, people were queuing to see what exciting games they could play on the Tactic stand. One of our main marketing objectives for the coming season is to raise awareness of the Tactic name with consumers, and attending BlogOn for the first time is a huge step in the right direction. I was thrilled to witness the positive reaction to all the games and, with llamas being very much on trend at the moment, we know we have a hit on our hands with Don’t Upset The Llama. We are now looking forward to following up with many of the lovely bloggers we met and arranging review activity to help spread the word in the influencer community about Tactic’s great array of family and party games for this Christmas.”
Don’t Upset The Llama is a family game for 2-4 players containing a llama spray pistol, 64 cards and a special die. When a card is turned over, the first player to spot a horn or a spray in the picture should grab the water gun and spray their opponent. When one player has been sprayed four times, the game is over; the driest player wins. For order enquiries, please email Phil O’Nion at email@example.com.