The new games, inspired by Dr. Suess and “CoComelon,” respectively, are set to launch later this year.

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February 17, 2022

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Two of the boxes from the new Funko Games for kids
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Funko Games, creators of the Dr. Seuss’ Happy Birthday to You Game and Dr. Seuss Stack the Cat Game, travels back into the world of Dr. Seuss with two new board games inspired by the classic children’s books.   

Dr. Seuss Pattern Party and Thing One and Thing Two Where are You? will make their debut in 2022.  

The Dr. Seuss Pattern Party Game encourages players to go for a spin with their favorite Dr. Seuss characters! Spin and match the character, color, shape or pattern. Each player gets their own spinner and whenever someone spins “SWAP!” everyone switches spinners. Match the four squares on the goal card to win.   

The Thing One and Thing Two Where are You? Game is a hide-and-seek game with Thing Two and Thing One! Where are the Things hiding? The hider helps them find a good spot. Then the other players take turns flipping tiles, asking questions, and getting clues. When someone flips “Go Look!” they search the house up and down!   

The “CoComelon” games bring JJ and his friends on a picture pairing adventure.  

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