I am very happy to share with you that I’ve just launched two additional games!
I spent the past year experimenting on game plays and am super happy to push out the fruits of my labour.
I’m also thinking of having a session to share with you my inspiration. And, you can test out the new Hua Hee games!
Here’s more details about the new games:
Hua Hee Colozzle
HuaHee Colozzle is a colouring and puzzle game. It comes with 15 designs of everyday items, aimed at invoking positive memories in seniors.
The designs includes flowers, seashells, leaves, snails, carrots, lemons, mushrooms, butterflies, corn, rabbits, onions, avocados, cheries and frogs.
This game was inspired by my interactions with my grandmother. She really enjoys colouring.
I introduced colouring as an activity to my grandma a few years ago. Ever since then, she has not stopped colouring.
Colouring is a great therapy for seniors and helps them to exercise hand eye coordination.
My grandma had gone through many different colouring books.
I then wondered if there were other ways to transform the excisting coloured sheets into a game.
This is how HuaHee Colozzle came about.
It comprises 15 colouring sheets which you can easily tear apart and form puzzles with, after you’re done colouring.
Rules of Play
- Colour the items on each colouring sheet
- Tear along the dotted lines
- Mix up the pieces and form puzzles with them
Hua Hee Puzzle
Hua Hee Puzzle comes in 10 designs of local food and heritage items.
Aimed at invoking positive responses among seniors, it comes with brightly coloured designs.
Hua Hee Puzzle comprises designs of Clogs, Ba Zhang, Otak Otak, Kueh Tutu, Satay, Tingkat, Trishaw, Curry Puff, Gasing, Teh. Each puzzle design is categorised by its frame colours.
Rules of Play
- Choose puzzle set to start with. Each puzzle is differentiated by its frame colour.
- Mix up the pieces and encourage your loved ones to form puzzles with them.
Help your loved ones train their brain & bring them on a walk down memory lane.
Meet me to play HuaHee?
I would love to be able to share with you the game creation process, my experience creating games, and most importantly, why i believe so much in early intervention.
Will you be keen if i invite you to a short sharing where you can also try out the games yourself?
And, share feedback with me as to what type of games you will like to see in the future?
Let me know if you’re interested! Email me at [email protected]!