Tell Us How You REALLY Feel!

One thing we love, love, LOVE here at ThinkFun is hearing real, constructive feedback from players – kids, parents, grandparents, teachers… all thoughts are welcome!  And the thing I love love LOVE about the work I do with our Product Development team is the opportunity to take that feedback and use it to genuinely improve our products!

Recently we did a major revamp of 2 of our best-selling games, Zingo! and What’s GNU?, and customer suggestions were the first place we started!  After extensive testing and loads of revisions (Hello 2-sided tiles!), we released these updated games, and the response has been phenomenal!  Check out the improvements here!

Always eager to read reviews and hear the word on the street, I was thrilled to stumble across this blog that compiles loads of Zingo! feedback from Amazon.com customers… some highlights that made me smile:

  • My husband calls Zingo! “crack for kids.” Fun for the whole family.
  • This kept my twins busy for years and saved many a playdate as everyone has fun!
  • Surprisingly addicting!
  • Delighted grandkids, delighted grandma!
  • I don’t know what it is about Zingo, but it appears to be one of those games that kids just can’t stop playing.
  • Great Inter-generational Bingo Game!! (do I smell a new tagline?!)

For those Zingo! fans out there, I’d love to hear your thoughts on the game!  Anything to add to the comments here?

3 thoughts on “Tell Us How You REALLY Feel!

  1. Deanna

    I keep an extra Zingo game in my closet to give as birthday gift. Why? Because I know that everyone loves it. I keep my game in my “go” bag when I substitute teach. It is perfect as a reward time or as something for those kids who finish a little early.

    When I babysit my twin nieces, they LOVE this game! I can’t think of anyone that I have pulled this out and played this with that hasn’t ADORED this game.

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