Mattel, at Toy Fair, was showing the Flush N Frenzy game, in which players push a plastic poop into a toilet, roll the dice, and crank a plunger until the poop pops out. If a player catches the poop he or she gets extra points.
Hasbro was promoting Don't Step in It, a game where players form poop-shaped mounds out of modeling clay and place them on a mat. They then walk the mat blindfolded and try to avoid stepping in the fake poop.
Alex Brands in Fairfield has two poop-themed toy offerings -- a game called Plunge It, where players compete to see who cam grab a foam poop with their plunger, and a soft foam PooBall, shaped like you know what.
Florida-based toy company Basic Fun is selling a line of collectable characters called Poopeez. The characters, which have poop and bathroom inspired shapes and names, are sold in containers that look like toilet paper rolls, live in a made-up land called Kerplopolis, and star in a series of webisodes.
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