Friday, April 07, 2006

RandomLine, Inc. puts a fun spin on summer travel with their “on-the-go” games

April 1, 2006 – Summer is around the corner and that means parents will be scrambling to find games that will keep their kids busy while “on-the-go” in the car during summer travel. Created by a New Jersey family man, RandomLine has the perfect solution. Based on their award-winning game, SQUIGGLE®, now SQUIGGLE® on-the go and Alphabet SQUIGGLE® on-the go are traveling doodle pads that are compact enough to go anywhere and will provide hours of enjoyment and entertainment.

The object of SQUIGGLE on-the-go is to turn a squiggly line into a picture. Who knows what you’ll see in your squiggle, it all depends on which way you look it at and that is determined by spinning the arrow on the back of the game. The idea behind the spinning pad is to provide a new twist and allow for ultimate comfort and ease of drawing.

Alphabet SQUIGGLE on-the-go is a portable game that helps children learn the alphabet, improve penmanship and strengthen vocabulary as it stimulates their creativity and builds confidence. “A critical component of early education is learning to write the alphabet and penmanship,” said Chief SQUIGGLER and RandomLine President John Kiely.

The suggested retail price for each game will fit into everyone's budget at $6.95. "There is always a great demand for fun and innovative games to keep kids occupied while traveling. Our game provides that entertainment while also stimulating creativity”, says Kiely.