Gen Con 2016 logoI noticed more family game companies showing up at Gen Con. Gamewright was one of those that hadn’t had a presence in several years. This time, though, the company was right in the Family Fun Pavilion with a debut of Imagine ($15, now). It’s a party game where the giver-of-clues chooses an item from a card and then tries to illustrate the item by combining images and symbols with an overlay of transparent cards. Besides the clue-giver’s artistic abilities, helping the rest around the table to guess the item is at least they know a category.