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Debut of Headutainment Games at CHITAG

Katonah, NY, September 8, 2004 - The Second Chicago International Toy and Game Fair was held from September 5-7 at the famous Navy Pier in Chicago. This toy and game show features new games and toys and let inventors to show off their new games to the public. People pay a fee to enter the fair and can sit down and play the new games in the exhibitor hall with their creators or promoters. Dr. Chang representing medical World Search attended this fair and made a debut of several of his Headutainment Games - in particular the new Scrammble Board Game called 'Teach Alien Scrammble - English Words'. The game playing format at the fair has attracted many children and adults to play the Scrammble Games. Many kids do not want to quit the game even when their parents threaten leaving without them. A number of educators including a Spanish teacher have been so impressed with the game and wanted to know whether other languages in addition to English are available or not. This experience at the CHITAG confirms the concept and value of Headutainment Games.       

The Scrammble Board Game - Teach Alien Scrammble uses a full color game board with alien pictures originally designed for Scrammble Games. The game integrates the exciting and challenge word scrambling process with a board game where players identify with their own aliens and compete with others in word scrambling. The game requires 100% attention of the players and offers opportunities to learn and spell English words while having great fun in bumping opponents back to the alien base. This new Headutainment game is described in the Scrammble Game web site at www.scrammble.com along with Scrammble Word, Scrammble Poker and Scrammble Majong as well as Cryptogrammer and Magic Hundred.   

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