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ThinkFun Award-Winning Games are perfect Holiday Gifts!

Alexandria, VA (December 3, 2012) - Make your holidays playful and bright with games the whole family will love! ThinkFun brain games are perfect for everyone on your list, from toddlers to grown-ups.  To help streamline your holiday shopping, here are the best games for players of all ages:


18 months to Age 3

Roll & Play - The Holy Grail for the Toddler Set ($19.99)

ThinkFun Celebrates Four Toy of the Year Award Nominations!

Alexandria, VA (November 19, 2012) - ThinkFun®, Inc., the world's leading developer of addictively fun games that sharpen your mind, proudly announces it has received four nominations for the prestigious 2013 Toy of the Year Awards, well-known as the “Oscars” of the toy industry. Toy of the Year Awards are issued by the Toy Industry Association in concert with consumer, media and industry support. This year yielded a record number of submissions.


“We are thrilled with the nominations of these great games!” said Andrea Barthello, ThinkFun Co-founder and COO. “We care so deeply about making games that hit the sweet spot between outrageous fun and brain power, and it is an honor to see our passion recognized and celebrated.”


Build Brain Power at Any Age with ThinkFun's 2012 Line Up

ALEXANDRIA, Va., Feb. 9, 2012 (PRNewswire)


ThinkFun®, Inc., the world's leading developer of addictively fun games that sharpen your mind, today announced nine exciting new products will join its product line in 2012. ThinkFun designs innovative games and apps that build brain power - encouraging strategic thinking and creative problem solving.

ThinkFun Rolls Out Roll & Play™, the First Game Ever Designed for Toddlers

Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) February 15, 2012

ThinkFun®, Inc., the world’s leading developer of addictively fun games that sharpen your mind, introduces Roll & Play™, the first game ever designed just for toddlers. Roll & Play marks ThinkFun’s expansion into the toddler market, joining an expansive portfolio of award-winning games and apps that build brain power through creative play.

ThinkFun’s Chocolate Fix App Available Now on iTunes

ThinkFun’s Chocolate Fix App Available Now on iTunes
Serious Brain Candy that’s Addictively Fun to Play!

Rush Hour: Holiday Edition – ThinkFun’s Newest Mobile App Available for a Limited Time Only!

ALEXANDRIA, VA: DECEMBER 1, 2011.  In celebration of the season, ThinkFun® Inc., the world’s leading designer of addictively fun games that sharpen your mind, announced that it’s newest app, “Rush Hour®: Holiday Edition” is now available for Apple and Android.

Rush Hour: Holiday Edition gives ThinkFun’s classic brain game Rush Hour a complete redesign with seasonal graphics, 400 never-released challenges, four levels of play from Easy to Expert, and a whimsical holiday theme.

An Addictively Fun Holiday Treat

Rush Hour: Holiday Edition is the perfect holiday treat for puzzle lovers and Rush Hour fans alike.

ThinkFun’s Award Winning 'Solitaire Chess' Mobile App Now Available for Android

Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) May 19, 2011

ThinkFun® Inc., a leading creator of addictively fun, mind-sharpening games, announces that it’s latest mobile game, ‘Solitaire Chess by ThinkFun’ is now available on the Android platform.

The Solitaire Chess app, which has been a top educational game for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad since January 2011, was recently awarded the ‘Parents’ Choice Gold Award’ for mobile apps from the nation’s oldest non-profit guide to quality children’s media and toys.

Bill Ritchie & Andrea Barthello Honored at Commonwealth Academy’s CARE Awards

ALEXANDRIA, VA: MARCH 31, 2011 – ThinkFun cofounders and Alexandria residents Bill Ritchie and Andrea Barthello were honored at the 11th Annual CARE Awards (Commonwealth Academy Recognition for Educators Awards), held at the Hilton Alexandria Old Town. Also honored were Alexandria educators Mercedes Huffman and Katie Theobald, as well as Commonwealth Academy alumni who had recently received undergraduate degrees. Political pundits and former Commonwealth Academy parents James Carville and Mary Matalin hosted the evening. Mayor William Euille and Councilman Rob Krupicka were also in attendance. The evening was a testament to the critical difference that strong partnerships between community, family, and public and private schools can make in the success of our city’s youth.

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