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This ToyShow Preview was last updated on 2/19/2009

Are you ready to shape the world?

Come see us at the International Toy Fair in New York, February '09!
Booth #6141

To learn more about our company, please visit us at: and
SHAPE the World
How to Set-Up
Shape the World is a NEW game for everyone, everywhere! Using the universal language of shapes and numbers, imagination and simple shapes are combined to create images of objects in the world around us, providing economical and intergenerational play with no drawing skills required, no advantage with age, just a little luck gives all players a chance to win. Easily customized, players can shape their own world!

Printed materials in English, Spanish, French & German

Ages 9 to Adult
1-6 single players

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High quality components make up this game for 1-6 single players, add more players by teaming up or using multiple games.  Simple game play instructions offer a fast, easy set-up.  Each player gets one dry erase sheet, one dry erase marker, one eraser and 7 playing cards.  Everyone starts & stops together with the turn of the one minute timer.  Customize the game by writing in your own categories on the reusable score card, add more time, use only some shapes, add more cards to a round.  Everyone can get involved by suggesting categories, judging drawings, keeping score; even younger players can erase drawings!

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How to Play
How to Win
Turn over 7 shape cards
Roll for category
Flip timer
Draw a picture with your shapes
Share your drawing
Score your drawing
Shrink/stretch shapes to any size
Use the example drawings on the Category Card
for inspiration!
Endless possibilities every time you play!

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When the timer runs out, each player shares their drawing.  If everyone agrees it fits the category, add all 7 card values for your score, if not, take 5 points for trying!  If all cards aren’t used in time, deduct any unused card values from your total.  No ideas…you lose 5 points!  The player with the highest score at the end of 5 rounds wins the game!
“Shaper” - A player who continues to see things in the world in 7 shapes long after the game has ended.  The only thing to do is...PLAY AGAIN!

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14460 New Falls of Neuse Rd.
Suite 149, Box 127, Raleigh, NC 27614
Ph: 919-961-0020

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