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Build A Word

What happens when you combine a word game with a stacking game? You get the ultimate game of mental and fine motor skill. Konexi is a 3D word-building game. Players take turns adding letters to build a tower of words. But it’s not enough to simply tack on letters to make words and score points. You have to be sure the tower is stable enough to support another letter in the spot you choose. If it isn’t, the tower will collapse. While Konexi adheres to the laws of gravity, the rules are much looser when it comes to spelling. Letters don’t have to be in the proper order to be used. As long as they’re connected, you can build off existing letters (up, down or sideways) to make a new word or lengthen an existing word. Konexi is the brainchild of Jacobe Chrisman, former director of product development at Cranium. He founded Wonder Forge in 2007 and strives to develop games that are more active and engaging than typical board games. With Konexi he’s created a game that’s both competitive and collaborative for players as they try to build words and keep the tower intact. It brings a whole new dimension to game night.

Konexi

Gravity-defying Word Game

Build A Word

What happens when you combine a word game with a stacking game? You get the ultimate game of mental and fine motor skill. Konexi is a 3D word-building game. Players take turns adding letters to build a tower of words. But it’s not enough to simply tack on letters to make words and score points. You have to be sure the tower is stable enough to support another letter in the spot you choose. If it isn’t, the tower will collapse. While Konexi adheres to the laws of gravity, the rules are much looser when it comes to spelling. Letters don’t have to be in the proper order to be used. As long as they’re connected, you can build off existing letters (up, down or sideways) to make a new word or lengthen an existing word. Konexi is the brainchild of Jacobe Chrisman, former director of product development at Cranium. He founded Wonder Forge in 2007 and strives to develop games that are more active and engaging than typical board games. With Konexi he’s created a game that’s both competitive and collaborative for players as they try to build words and keep the tower intact. It brings a whole new dimension to game night.

Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Paula Jo
    Paula Jo

    Hi Daily Grommet. At Wonder Forge developing family games that bridge generation gaps

    and build family bonds is at the heart of our business. We’re pleased that Daily Grommet has chosen to share our award-winning Konexi game with you today. This game will quickly become a family favorite in your household, too. My name is Paula Jo and I’m here to answer any questions you have.

  • Joahna
    Joahna
    11/21/2011 2:05 PM

    Hello - this looks like a blast. Can you tell me where the game is manufactured?

  • Paula Jo
    Paula Jo – Special Guest
    11/21/2011 2:47 PM

    @Joahna: They are made in China.

  • Peggy A. Farrow
    Peggy A. Farrow
    11/21/2011 2:31 PM

    This looks like so much fun! A great game for adults as well as children. I would love playing with my oldest grandson - it is both educational as well as fun.

  • Marlene  Kremer
    Marlene Kremer
    11/21/2011 9:27 PM

    Help This games looks like it would make a Great Christmas present. I went on another web site to compare prices. That web site has 4-5 different versions of this game. They have a "deluxe"; 1 with cards; 1 called "standard" 1 called "premium" & one more no name given just the price ((59.99)

    So my question to uou is which version is the 1 that you are selling? Thank you very much

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    11/22/2011 12:13 AM

    @Marlene Kremer: It would definitely be a hit. We are featuring the standard Konexi game.

  • Sharon Mc
    Sharon Mc
    11/26/2011 5:54 AM

    What are the letters make of? Wood?

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    11/26/2011 12:08 PM

    @Sharon Mc: They are made of plastic.

  • Patti
    Patti
    12/28/2011 3:01 PM

    We got this for our kids for Christmas. They are all teenagers, and I really wondered if it would hold their interest. Well, it now has them turning off the TV and asking us to sit down for a family game. It's easy to learn, and so absolutely clever in its design. We are so happy to have made the purchase. Thank you for an amazing product!

  • Tori
    Tori – Grommet Team
    12/28/2011 3:06 PM

    @Patti Monroe: We're pleased to hear that your family is enjoying Konexi together. Thank you for coming back and sharing with us (enjoy)!

  •  tito
    tito
    5/6/2012 2:27 AM

    can you help me......who invented to KONEXI Toys???? can you tell me for history this toys

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Konexi

Gravity-defying Word Game

Build A Word

What happens when you combine a word game with a stacking game? You get the ultimate game of mental and fine motor skill.

Konexi is a 3D word-building game. Players take turns adding letters to build a tower of words. But it’s not enough to simply tack on letters to make words and score points. You have to be sure the tower is stable enough to support another letter in the spot you choose. If it isn’t, the tower will collapse.

While Konexi adheres to the laws of gravity, the rules are much looser when it comes to
spelling. Letters don’t have to be in the proper order to be used. As long as they’re connected, you can build off existing letters (up, down or sideways) to make a new word or lengthen an existing word.

Konexi is the brainchild of Jacobe Chrisman, former director of product development at Cranium. He founded Wonder Forge in 2007 and strives to develop games that are more active and engaging than typical board games. With Konexi he’s created a game that’s both competitive and collaborative for players as they try to build words and keep the tower intact. It brings a whole new dimension to game night.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Paula Jo
    Paula Jo

    Hi Daily Grommet. At Wonder Forge developing family games that bridge generation gaps

    and build family bonds is at the heart of our business. We’re pleased that Daily Grommet has chosen to share our award-winning Konexi game with you today. This game will quickly become a family favorite in your household, too. My name is Paula Jo and I’m here to answer any questions you have.

  • Joahna
    Joahna
    11/21/2011 2:05 PM

    Hello - this looks like a blast. Can you tell me where the game is manufactured?

  • Paula Jo
    Paula Jo – Special Guest
    11/21/2011 2:47 PM

    @Joahna: They are made in China.

  • Peggy A. Farrow
    Peggy A. Farrow
    11/21/2011 2:31 PM

    This looks like so much fun! A great game for adults as well as children. I would love playing with my oldest grandson - it is both educational as well as fun.

  • Marlene  Kremer
    Marlene Kremer
    11/21/2011 9:27 PM

    Help This games looks like it would make a Great Christmas present. I went on another web site to compare prices. That web site has 4-5 different versions of this game. They have a "deluxe"; 1 with cards; 1 called "standard" 1 called "premium" & one more no name given just the price ((59.99)

    So my question to uou is which version is the 1 that you are selling? Thank you very much

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    11/22/2011 12:13 AM

    @Marlene Kremer: It would definitely be a hit. We are featuring the standard Konexi game.

  • Sharon Mc
    Sharon Mc
    11/26/2011 5:54 AM

    What are the letters make of? Wood?

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    11/26/2011 12:08 PM

    @Sharon Mc: They are made of plastic.

  • Patti
    Patti
    12/28/2011 3:01 PM

    We got this for our kids for Christmas. They are all teenagers, and I really wondered if it would hold their interest. Well, it now has them turning off the TV and asking us to sit down for a family game. It's easy to learn, and so absolutely clever in its design. We are so happy to have made the purchase. Thank you for an amazing product!

  • Tori
    Tori – Grommet Team
    12/28/2011 3:06 PM

    @Patti Monroe: We're pleased to hear that your family is enjoying Konexi together. Thank you for coming back and sharing with us (enjoy)!

  •  tito
    tito
    5/6/2012 2:27 AM

    can you help me......who invented to KONEXI Toys???? can you tell me for history this toys

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.