Popular Binary Arts Game Receives Further Praise
November 4, 2002 Alexandria, VA - The Canadian Toy Testing Council announced today that Smart Mouth®, the word game from Binary Arts, has been awarded one of its prestigious Best Bet Awards for 2002. Over 1,000 children, ages three months to sixteen years, test toys for the Council each year. The Council rates each toy with a maximum of three stars. Smart Mouth received the three star award earlier this year. The Best Bet Award is given to toys that surpass all of the Council's demanding three star criteria in design, function, durability, and most importantly, play value.
The Best Bet Award is the latest in the line of distinguished awards Smart Mouth has received this year. Previous awards include the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal Award, the Parents' Choice Award , the American Specialty Toy Retailing Association Hot Picks Game of the Year Award for Ages 7 and Up, the MENSA Select® Award, and the National Association for Gifted Children Holiday List. Smart Mouth is available in toy stores all over North America, overseas, and on the world wide web.
About Binary Arts
By transforming the ideas of mathematicians, puzzle masters, and game theorists into engaging products, Binary Arts has mastered the art of making toys that are fun and smart. Founded in 1985 by Bill Ritchie and Andrea Barthello, its products have won over 100 awards and are found in specialty toy and gift stores around the world. More information can be found on the web at www.binaryarts.com or www.thinkfun.com, the Internet's best game site, operated by Binary Arts. Retailers can place orders by calling their Binary Arts Sales Representative or (800) 468-1864.
For more information, contact: Steve Cuomo