Los Angeles, CA, October 29, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- While taking care of a long-term house guest, Shelley Pritchett and her family found a creative way to bring laughter and reduce the strain. They created the board game, "Houseguests From Hell." Over the last 12 months, the Pritchett family has turned their stress reliever into an exciting and new way for families to play together and team building for small groups. The board game "House Guests From Hell" is being released to the public on October 31 at the Los Angeles Small Business Expo. The board game will also be available online at www.houseofgames360.com.
In the team-building game, "House Guests From Hell," each player becomes a Host and must entertain their bad house guest. The object of this game is to be the first to get rid of their house guest. Dilemmas must be solved using the solution cards that you have drawn. You get to be creative, draw on personal experiences, and work as a team. "House Guests from Hell" has endless possibilities of fun with the screwball explanations that people come up with to solve their various difficulties.
"Golden Elixir Enterprises is a family business that was inspired by an endless stream of eccentric visitors that passed through our door," says Pritchett. "We have had to improvise and be quick on our feet to entertain them. We have played to our strengths in using wit, creativity, and problem solving."
Golden Elixir games offers a broad sense of humor in the development of their games, and "House Guests From Hell" is the first of many to come. The company has a variety of other games in various stages of development, with the focus on games that are thought-provoking, addictive, and sometimes even a bit cheeky. "Our hope is that we can create products that will help renew interaction and foster connection in an increasingly digital world," says Pritchett.
The board game increases memory cognition and teaches problem solving. It's not only a great family game, but corporations will be able to use the game in team-building activities. "Houseguests from Hell" is being released on Wednesday, October 30 at the Los Angeles Small Business Expo at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel, 404 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles. The event is open to the public and free to attend.
The game will be available online beginning October 31 at www.houseofgames360.com.