The first jigsaw was thought to be created when John Spilsbury, an English cartographer, made mounted a sheet of wood on a map using a saw. The saw makes sense but where is the jig? This audience loves thinking games! People in this audience particularly like games that involve puzzles, riddles, or mathematics. They may enjoy solving Rubik's cubes and logic grid puzzles, board games such as Scrabble, Chess, Go or Risk and video games like Monument Valley and Candy Crush Saga.
Ghouls 'n Ghosts is known as one of the most difficult arcade games in history. Think of how many quarters it probably took from kids across the country. People in this audience enjoy playing or collecting arcade and coin games. They are interested in games like pinball machines and electro-mechanical games. This audience also enjoys franchises like Pac-Man, Street Fighter, and Space Invaders and may have an interest in video game consoles like the Xbox or PlayStation.
Ever wanted to be a DJ with your friends? Well, that takes a lot of effort. That being said the music board game, DropMix can simulate the experience without having to buy all that expensive equipment. People in this audience love tabletop games! These games involve game pieces and a board and some types of games this audience like to play include strategy, luck and role-playing games. This audience may also be interested in card games, video games, and arcades.
Playing cards like most paper products came from China first. Emperor Mu-Tsung got a kick out of playing domino cards with his wife. People in this audience enjoy games that involve cards. These games can be played with a single person or multiple people and some types of card games include fishing games, matching games, solitaire games and collectible card games. This audience may also enjoy gambling games such as poker or blackjack.
The card game based anime, Yu-gi-oh tried a hand at making a dice game called Dice Masters. Not too sure it panned out. Dice are suitable as gambling devices for games like craps and are also used in non-gambling tabletop games. These consumers are interested in dice games, rules and popular games to play.
In 1993, Nintendo took a chance at making an educational game called Mario's Time Machine. You went throughout time searching for historical artifacts. This audience enjoys games that emphasize learning. These types of games may be used in schools, so this audience may have an interest or past exposure in teaching or parenting. They may also be interested in educational TV programs like Sesame Street or Sid the Science Kid.
The Mario Party franchise has sold 39.6 million copies and it the most popular party game that is also a video game. This audience enjoys games for social gatherings and parties. They like games that allow for groups of people to interact like icebreaker games, parlor games, and picnic games. People in this audience may also enjoy card games or board games like Monopoly or Yahtzee.
Sadly, it looks like there won't be any more Toy"R"Us kids anymore as they are closing all their stores in the US. People in this audience are looking to buy toys. They have been seen shopping for different kinds of toys, such as action figures, baby toys, dolls, stuffed animals, Lego building sets and blocks, and NERF guns. This audience may be interested in companies, like Lego, Nerf, Hasbro or Mattel.
Every game involves words in some way. So what exactly is a word game? This audience loves games that involve the use of vocabulary and spelling! They love thinking of and using words to solve games and puzzles like crossword puzzles, hangman, Mad Libs, and Scrabble. They may also enjoy educational and board games. They may also enjoy TV shows and events like the Wheel of Fortune and Spelling Bee.