Toy and game invention process gallery

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Ok! In this design l had the idea from those sticky (almost jelly-like) toy men which you could throw on windows etc and they would fall over themselves and creep down the surface!

l thought it would be fun to have a jelly-like bug design, which you could throw at your ceiling. The object would be who ever catches the most wins!



Some of the names where;

Sticky Spiders

Silly Spiders

Sleepy Spiders

Stupid Spiders



And remember even though this idea didn't get accepted a variation of this or combining this idea with something else, could make it successful.

l should also mention that l tested the concept by cutting a long sausage shape piece of the jelly-like material into a rough bug-type shape. And threw it at my ceiling; the concept worked, but it tended to leave a slight mark on the ceiling afterwards!





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Ok...in this design or idea l was trying to create a game where you roll a dice to see how many honey-comb pieces need to be removed.

Players took it in turns until the bees flooded out (see bottom rough)!

Who ever has collected the most Bees by the time the Bees inside have run out Wins!



Some of the names where;

Busy-Bees

Busy-Bee-Hive

Toy and game invention process gallery-1.As you can see the central piece is plastic, so the odds of success where stacked against me from the start.

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A simple, but expensive (to manufacture) idea!





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