ThinkFun CEO Bill Ritchie in his Super Solver cape!
This is as good a time as any to introduce ThinkFun CEO and co-founder, Bill Ritchie!
Over the last few weeks, Bill has been jetting all over the country, stopping in Berkeley, CA to visit the folks at the Bunge Lab for Cognitive Control and Development who [...]
Toy Fair was particularly fun as I had a chance to step out of my education/product development bubble and see the real impact of the games I help create through the eyes of the people who buy and sell them!
As the bulk of my communication is with educators, the only regular interactions I have with [...]
What an incredible week this has been!
Just wrapped up day 3 of Toy Fair here in New York and wanted to share some quick high points. While ThinkFun has been exhibiting at this show for the past 24 years(!), this was my very first experience, and I’ve been completely star-struck to put it mildly… Wow!
Two ThinkFun Favorites Get “Gnu” Updates Based on Player Feedback!
Over the years we’ve gotten LOADS of fabulous suggestions from parents, teachers, and kids for ways to improve our Zingo! and What’s GNU? games, and we’ve listened! Last year, we went through massive amounts of player feedback, including online reviews, customer emails, and [...]
Can playing games make you smarter? This is the kind of question that causes many traditional educators to roll their eyeballs… and the kind of Holy Grail dream that drives companies like ThinkFun to develop our new programs and continue to innovate!
Last month, I was contacted by Allyson Mackey, a doctoral student who works in [...]