Monday, November 8, 2010

Chick-fil-A Loves Games!

In a world of fast food restaurants that offer kids' meals with a prize, it is great to see one restaurant chain's move to include games in their meals.
Chick-fil-A is partnering with Cranium, starting today and continuing through the end of the year, by offering one of nine Cranium-themed games with a kid's meal

We have always been a fan of the Cranium games at the One Zillion Games house, with their mixture of fun tasks that involve expressing ideas through creativity and logic.

“We hope the Cranium board games and travel games will bring families together in our restaurants, at home and while traveling over the holidays,” said Angela Savage, senior Kid’s Meal Program marketing consultant for Chick-fil-A, Inc. “Playing these games will give families the opportunity to talk, laugh and learn new things together.”

Here are the games being included with the kids' meals:

Travel game series
  • “Creative Cat” cards ask players to draw and identify pictures.
  • “Data Head” cards test logic.
  • “Star Performer” cards instruct players to act and hum.
  • “Word Worm” cards test players with puzzles, spelling and categorizing.
Board game/game pack series
  • The Cranium Family Edition Board Game includes a miniature game board, activity cards, a die and tokens for players to race to the finish line by correctly answering creative, data, performer and word questions.
  • The Cranium Family Edition Game Pack puts players into two teams that attempt to successfully complete creative, data, performer and word activities in less than 60 seconds.
  • The Kid Cranium Board Game includes a miniature game board, activity cards, a die, tokens, a crayon and paper. To win, players must correctly answer solo or partner questions to place four tokens in a row on the board.
  • The Kid Cranium Game Pack comes with a spinning wheel and activity cards featuring solo and partner challenges.  
  • The Whoonu Game Pack helps players get to know each other better. The pack includes word cards and point cards that the “Whoozit” uses to identify his or her favorite things for the other players to guess and earn points. 
I hope that this is a trend towards more family friendly/educational inserts in kids' meals.

No comments:

Post a Comment