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Fundex Is Breaking the Rules, Again
New proprietary games will be presented at the 2008 American International Toy Fair, Booth #1975

Fundex Is Breaking the Rules, Again INDIANAPOLIS, IN (February, 2008) — Imagine an outlet that allows kids to break rules with no repercussions. That's just what Fundex Games has done with its award-winning line of children’s games — Rule Breakers! This game series includes, What's in Ned's Head™, Alfredo's Food Fight™ and Gassy Gus™. New for 2008 is When Pigs Fly™, the barnyard blast-off game where pigs are launched out of a cannon and soar into the clouds.

“We’ve had unbelievable success with our line of Rule Breakers games,” said Daniel Sabato, Director of Marketing, Fundex Games. “The games have won prestigious toy awards in addition to being top sellers, and we are expecting nothing less for When Pigs Fly.”

To play When Pigs Fly, pig-character play pieces are divided among all players. As the cloud starts spinning, players take turns shooting their pigs, trying to get them to stick to the rotating cloud. “Parachuting Pig,” “Sleeping Pig” and “Pig Jumping a Fence” spinner-spaces direct players to take or give up pigs. The first player to get rid of all their pigs is the winner.

When Pigs Fly is designed for 2 to 4 players, ages 5 and up.

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About Fundex Games
Fundex Games, Ltd., founded in 1986, is a privately-held company based in Indianapolis, Indiana. The company produces a wide range of board games, dice games, card games, outdoor games and jigsaw puzzles, including award-winning Alfredo’s Food Fight™, Jarts™, Highrise™, top-seller Phase 10® and Great American Puzzle Factory® puzzles for mass and specialty retailers in North America. For more information, visit