|"Doggie Doo" is kind of a|
take off of Baby Alive, but
more gross and stupid.
Honestly, this sort of thing just makes me wonder how the rest of us are not rolling in money. If this idea got all the way to the shelves, I KNOW my ideas would make millions. How could they not? The bar is pretty low. Before giving you my own ideas for toys and games I think will make me rich and famous, I looked around the interweb to make sure I wasn't stealing anyone else's ideas. Don't want to start off my new career with a copyright lawsuit.
So, here's my list of games that should be a hit that no one thought of yet:
1. 21st Century Operation - Forget the attached tweezers and buzzer game in a box. This would be a baby doll-sized "patient" that feels soft (a la Stretch Armstrong). You roll the dice and each spot on the board tells you what operation you have to perform. You either get money for performing it correctly or lose money/ go to jail for a fail. You would have miniature scalpels and tweezers and inside the doll would have fake blood and organs. You would have to remove assigned organ and stitch up (with included surgical needle and thread) before the patient bled out. This game is perfect for would-be surgeons, but probably not good for homes with white carpets or kids under 3 (what with the scalpels).
2. $25,000 Pyramid - The Madoff Edition - Same idea as the TV game; you have to earn the low amount to get to the higher amounts. But, in our Madoff version, you don't give clues and answer questions. Instead, each player must first steal real money out of a parent's wallet to invest in their opponent's "business." If said business turns out to be a shell company, the sucker player has to recruit someone new into the game to try to earn double their money back by getting the new player to invest. You lose if you don't have enough sales skills to get investors. Or if your parent catches you before you are able to forge their name on a home equity loan. Teaches kids strategy and law enforcement evasion skills.
|Game includes kid-friendly|
matches in fun colors.
So, that is all I have thought of so far. I am working on one that involves cheating the SATs and one that involves teaching girls how to leave the house looking appropriate, but, without getting caught, take everything they need with them to look trampy by the time they get to school. I should probably get right to work on getting all these ideas patented. I can hear the 'cha-chings" already.
Oh!! And wait!! Before you get any ideas to invent any toys or games on your own, the Stump Doll is already taken. Sorry.
|Yup, it's a real thing.|