Game manufacturer McNeill Designs for Brighter Minds recently announced that the firm's award-winning word game, You've been Sentenced! is now available in a new, country music-themed edition.
Recognized by both toy and game industry experts, as well as by numerous educational organizations, McNeill Designs for Brighter Minds' You've been Sentenced! word game is now available in a country music edition. The new version of the game adds fun (and often funny) words found in traditional country, new country and crossover country/rock songs.
Since its release, the You've been Sentenced! game has drawn overwhelming positive reviews from children, parents and educators alike and is a fun and memorable tool to help understand, construct and deliver a complete sentence in a competitive and fun way.
You've been Sentenced! is the recipient of an impressive list of 20+ awards and honors since its introduction to the marketplace including: Oppenheim Toy Portfolio, Gold Seal Award, iParenting Media, Hot Product Award, Creative Child Magazine, Seal of Excellence, National Parenting, Seal of Approval, Mensa Parenting for High Potential, Hot Product and many more.
Game play for the You've been Sentenced Country Music Edition mirrors the perennially popular original game, but now words and phrases like deep-fried Oreos, calf-roping and Dairy Princess make creating sentences even more fun for children... and adults!
Founded in 2004, McNeill Designs launched into the marketplace with a series of innovative board, card, and party games including its flagship product, the word game, You've been Sentenced! Following up its success the education game company added the multi award-winning memory game Twisted Fish, You've been Sentenced! Country Music Edition, as well as a number of You've been Sentenced! themed add-on decks including the most recent addition, the NASA Space Terminology Deck.
For more information about McNeill Designs for Brighter Minds and the You've been Sentenced! word game please visit McNeillDesigns (dot) com or contact Susan McNeill 302-478-2757.