LOS ANGELES, Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dirty Words and a Smart Ass might not have appeared on stage, but the games were included in the presenter and performer gift bags at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday. Inside of every gift bag were these two new "edgy" games from University Games.
Dirty Words Were Flying
There are always surprises at the Video Music Awards (VMAs) and this year was no exception. Some of the biggest laughs and surprises were inside the gift bags. Dirty Words™, the new and exciting game, delighted the presenters and performers. According to University Games' president, Bob Moog, Dirty Words, "is a hilarious game where the only things that are dirty, are the minds of the players." Players form phrases with special cubes that are covered on all six sides by suggestive and provocative words. Moog continued, "It is amazing what these musical icons might do with a few cubes that have words like 'soft,' 'moist', and 'wood' on them."
Everyone Can be a Smart Ass
The other game that surprised and entertained the VIPs is the new, popular party game, Smart Ass®. While everyone knows a smart ass, not everyone can play the game. In this game, players race to be the first to shout out a well-known person, place or thing before their friends do. The identity of the secret topic is revealed one clue at a time.
These games were only a small part of the fun at the VMAs, but they certainly could set the mood for an evening of outrageous and high spirited celebration anytime.
ABOUT UNIVERSITY GAMES
Founded in 1985, University Games has developed and manufactured over 200 games with their metier being in social interaction and learning games for adults and children. The company philosophy has always been to offer games that encourage social interaction and imagination through gameplay, with learning interspersed to season the game. The company offers a wide array of games, puzzles and kids learning and activity sets under University Games, BePuzzled®, WizzWorx™, My StudioGirl™, Colorforms®, Great Explorations® and Front Porch Classics®. To learn more about University Games, go to www.universitygames.com.
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