Yulu Toys had a cool booth setup at Toy Fair 2017 to promote their games. They had three international spy themed games for kids, Break Free, Safe Breaker and Operation Escape.
Players handcuff themselves together and insert a maze into each handcuff. The game includes three maze colors. Each color represents a different level of difficulty, making each round unpredictable. Using a key, players must try to pick the lock on their handcuff as quickly as possible. The fastest to break free from their handcuff receives a token that corresponds with the maze color. There are points on the back of each token, the player with the most points after playing all three rounds, wins the game.
Safe Breaker is an electronic game that challenges spy skill, memory and luck in order to crack the code and collect golden coins. To start the mission, players pick a card and turn the safe combination to the corresponding number shown. Next, use the fingerprint scanner to test the number. If the light is green, the safe will release some coins. If the light is red, connect the spy listening gear to the safe to hear a top- secret clue to deduce the correct combination code. Clues include mathematical chances and luck elements, allowing for a new experience each round.
BEWARE! Players who release police coins will alert the police and must return all their coins to the safe. The spy who collects the five golden coins or two diamond coins first, wins the game.
Operation: Escape is a new interactive game that taps into the escape room trend by combining skill, strategy and teamwork to search, solve and escape the room before time runs out!
The objective of Operation: Escape is to work together to complete the tasks and find the master key in order to reach the final step of unlocking the master belt. Start by setting the timer on the belt using the rotating dials. The game includes a series of three challenges, skill, strategy and luck. The skill challenge requires players to wiggle a key out from the bottom of a cage using sticks. The strategy challenge uses cards divided into three levels of difficulty. Enter the card number into the device, solve the problem and then enter the answer into the same device. If the answer is correct, 1/3rd of the key will come out. Players must solve three problems in a row in order to retrieve the key.
Alex from Southard Freedman Communications introduced me to Yulu Toys owner Jochem van Rijn who gave me a demo of all 3 games. The really cool part about the games is you can actually play them together.
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