We at Peachstate Hobby Distribution are excited to announce that the Looney Labs line is available through PHD, effective immediately! This includes Fluxx, Loonacy, Mad Libs, and more. Check out our press release as well as more product information below.
Looney Labs and Peachstate Hobby Distribution (PHD) are happy to announce a distribution agreement for North America U.S., that went into effect on Nov. 1, 2022.
Peachstate Hobby Distribution is the fastest-growing hobby distributor in North America. Amy Sanchez and Sito Sanchez, owners, have maintained customer service and product knowledge as their flagship services. “We are very happy to bring the Looney Labs family of products to PHD. These staples of the gaming industry will now be available to all of our valued customers,” says Sito Sanchez.
Looney Labs has been creating fun for over 25 years. Best known for their zany card game, Fluxx, which is available in dozens of different thematic versions, Looney Labs also publishes brainy board games that feature colorful gaming pieces called Looney Pyramids, along with games about robots, time travel, and desserts. Looney Labs is the ultimate “indy” game company, with everything they publish being designed in-house by former NASA engineers Andy and Kristin Looney.
The Looneys have over 50 games in their product line, and they pride themselves in not going out of stock on anything. “We are very happy that PHD will be stocking our entire line including expansions and all of our non-Fluxx titles” says CEO Kristin Looney. “We are looking forward to offering our retailers another excellent option for buying our games!”
Retailers can order all their Looney Labs products from any of PHD’s warehouse locations across North America U.S. Orders for product can be placed now with your PHD Account Manager.
Product SKUs begin with: LOO
Fluxx is the card game with ever-changing rules! This 5.0 edition is the latest and greatest version of the card game with ever-changing rules! It’s easier than ever with just the four classic card types that fans the world over have come to know and love. It starts out simple: Draw one card and play one card—but New Rule cards quickly make things chaotic. Even the object of the game will often change as you play, as players swap out one Goal card for another. Can you achieve World Peace before someone changes the goal to Bread and Chocolate?
Loonacy is a rapid-fire game in which players race to be the first to empty their hand by matching one of two images with the images on the open piles in front of them. It’s easy enough to teach in a single sentence and so addictive you can’t play just one game. Speed of the hand and luck of the draw determine the winner in this frenzied free-for-all!
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What would you do with a time machine? Would you stop the sinking of the Titanic? Prevent the assassination of JFK? Kill Hitler before WWII? These are just a few of the possibilities in Chrononauts, the award-winning card game of time travel. To win, you must change history at key points called Linchpins so that history transforms into the Alternate Reality your character calls home. You can also win by collecting a specific set of Artifacts, such as a live dinosaur, the Mona Lisa, and an unpublished Shakespearean play. But be careful—if you create too many paradoxes, you could destroy the entire universe!
Aquarius, the Looney Labs game of elemental connections, is one of their longest-running titles! Kids love the colorful design, fast play, and familiar matching strategy. Adults love the game’s competitive edge. It’s the perfect family card game. Players take turns playing element cards, trying to get seven connected of their secret goal element. But look out for special actions that might change your goal, give your entire hand to someone else, or otherwise upset your well-laid plans!
Looney Labs has created a sweet card game all about serving some very picky guests. No soup, no salad, no entrée…it’s just desserts! Compete with your fellow waiters to serve guests their favorite goodies before someone else gets to them first. With a kitchen full of mouth-watering offerings, and the café filling up with customers, you’ll have your hands full making sure everyone gets their just desserts.
Seven Dragons is a fast, domino-like game in which players attempt to be the first to create a connected territory of seven panels of their dragon. Secret Goals add the opportunity to bluff, and with aggressive Action cards in the mix, subterfuge is a necessity! Seven Dragons features original paintings by Larry Elmore, the legendary artist who painted dragons and other art from early D&D manuals and modules!
Since its creation in 1958, Mad Libs has become the world’s most popular word game, with over 125 million Mad Libs in print. And now, Looney Labs has turned it into Mad Libs: The Game—a party game that captures all the unexpected silliness of classic Mad Libs.