At the New York Toy Fair, Hasbro unveiled one of the games it launched earlier this year called 'Don't Step In It.'
While many toys and activities that include sculpting clay are meant to be used for creative tasks involving the hands, this new activity game challenges players to squish a brown compound into the included poop-shaped molds—and avoid stepping on them.
A game of Don't Step In It unfolds on a game mat, which players step on while wearing a blindfold and after flicking the spinner, which details the number of steps that should be taken. With each turn, the spinner also decides whether a player should add, remove or strategically rearrange the squishable game pieces on the board to further challenge—and gross out—their fellow players.
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Hasbro's 'Don't Step In It' Has Players Avoid a Squishy Compound
- By: Laura McQuarrieMar 5, 2018