Big G Creative

The Trapper Keeper Game from Big G Creative turns back time to school days in the ‘80s and 90’s when the Trapper Keeper was king of school supplies.

Nostalgia scores big with the game box and components.  The Trapper Keeper Game comes in an authentic Trapper Keeper and will feature one of three art designs from the 80s: rainbow unicorn, palm tree sunset and psychedelic outer space!  Each player will have their own miniature Trapper Keeper folder to collect their school papers, the backs of the school paper cards are school lockers, and the Bell cards (round tracker for the game) is a school clock.

In the Trapper Keeper Game, players are students who are collecting papers from the lockers and placing them in their folders.  The papers are divided into nine stacks and arranged in several rows and columns face down to create a set of lockers. The top card is turned over to reveal the paper inside the locker. The Bell cards keep track of the rounds in the game but also provide additional rules for school paper selection unique to each round.  There are seven types of school paper cards: Quizzes, Homework, Secret Notes, Detentions Notices, Parental Signatures, Report Cards, and Field Trip Slips.  Each of the papers is scored differently: for example, the Quizzes score the points printed on them, while Parental Signatures are worth nothing but are needed to activate the scores from Report Cards and Field Trip Slips.  Some papers have doodles on them, in either red or blue in on either the left or right side.  Which side of their folder the players store their papers determines which doodles will score points later. At the end of the last round, points are scored for players with the largest doodle collections of each type and for their school papers.  The player with the most points wins.

The Trapper Keeper Game is designed by Prospero Hall (Disney Villainous), who knows a thing or two about designing nostalgic pop culture games, bringing us Bob Ross: Art of the Chill Game, Choose Your Own Adventure: House of Danger, and Jaws.

The Trapper Keeper Game plays 2-5 players, ages 8+, in about 25 minutes.  Contents include 81 school paper cards, 11 bell cards, five mini Trapper Keeper folders, a teacher’s pet marker, score pad and pencil. Look for this game exclusively at a Target near you.

Monster Crunch! The Breakfast Battle Game is a fast-paced game of luck and strategy, by Big G Creative, where players choose their favorite Monster Cereal character and battle to “eat” the most cereal.

Monster Crunch! is based on the wildly popular Monster Cereal characters from General Mills, including Count Chocula, Boo Berry, Franken Berry, Fruit Brute and Yummy Mummy.

Players race to collect as many Cereal Cards in their Bowls as they can and each monster has special powers that give you a unique advantage and helps you gobble up cereal. Milk Tokens can be used to combine Cereal Cards and take bigger bites. In the end, the monster that munches the most cereal wins the game!

“At Big G Creative, we build games that connect families across generations. We believe Monster Crunch! gives parents a new way to have fun with their kids,” said Rob Stevens, Founder and President of Big G Creative. “The Monster Cereal characters seem to strike a happy chord with everyone.”

Monster Crunch adds a heaping spoonful of nostalgia (for the grown-up generation – like me – who remembers eating these delightful cereals as a child) to a family-friendly, light strategy game that is suitable for a wide variety of ages. The game is aimed at players 9+; it accommodates 2-5 players and has an estimated gameplay of 20 minutes.

Monster Crunch! The Breakfast Battle Game is a Target-exclusive game and will be in Target stores on August 26th, 2018.

Big G Creative is taking us back in time and bringing us the nostalgic shows, movies and even breakfast foods of our (or your parents) past! These fun loving games bring to life the characters, fun and even mischief of such characters as the Brady Bunch and Count Chocula.

Have you always wanted to be an artist on par with Bob Ross? Or maybe your artistic ability leave much to be desired?  Well in this game there are no mistakes – just Happy Little AccidentsHappy Little Accidents is an art based party game for 3-6 players ages 10 and up. Turn your abstract doodles into charming works of art! Then players award points based on their individuality and creativity

Play your favorite cereal character in Monster Crunch: The Breakfast Battle Game. Who can eat more cereal – Count Chocula, Boo Berry, Fruit Brute, Fruity Yummy Mummy or Franken Berry? That is your goal in this fun-loving, take-you-back card game. Collect the most cereal in your bowl using your monster’s special ability, and milk tokens to take bigger bites. Eat the most cereal and win! For 2-5 players ages 9 and up.

Play one of those scheming Brady kids and start some mischief while avoiding Alice in The Brady Bunch Party Game In this one-against-many card game will the Brady Bunch team up or will they tattle on each other. Will they evade Alice or help her? The choice is yours in this throwback family game for 3-8 players ages 9 and up.

All alone for Christmas, and there’s trouble on the horizon. In Home Alone The Game play as Kevin the 9 year old who’s all alone and thwart the burglar’s efforts, or play as the Wet Bandits to steal the loot. Can Kevin’s innovative devices stop the deviant burglars? Or will the Wet Bandits triumph despite them? For 2-4 players ages 8 and up.