Edible Chocolate Board Games

Playing Scrabble and stuck with a “Q” tile but no “U”? If you were playing with the Gamesformotion version, all you’d have to do is eat it. That’s because Scrabble is one of the company’s new chocolate board games.

Under license from Hasbro, Gamesformotion is also producing versions of Monopoly, Candy Land, Clue, and Battleship with cards, tokens, and other game pieces made from “the finest Belgian milk chocolate.”

Chocolate games will be available in Target, CVS, Meijer, and other retail stores for $10 starting in November.

Candyland Chocolate Edition

Chocolate Monopoly

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Clue for Dinner

ClueThursday nights in December, Ovation Brands restaurants, including Ryan’s, HomeTown Buffet, and Old Country Buffet, are running family activities (5-8 PM) based on the Hasbro mystery game, Clue. Participating kids will get a 10% discount at HasbroToyShop.com.

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Clue, a television miniseries based on the board game, debuts Monday night on The Hub. Kids in a big house witness a terrible crime and proceed to investigate. There’s also something about candlesticks.

The Hub, a joint venture of Hasbro and Discovery Communications, also broadcasts several other board game inspired shows, all of which, though are game-shows (in the sense that contestants compete for prizes): Scrabble Showdown, The Game of Life, Pictureka, and Family Game Night.

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