McNeill Designs, developer of the multi award–winning card game You’ve been Sentenced! has recently partnered with Island Officials and turned the hit game into a free app for mobile devices.
The app is available for both Android and Apple smartphones and tablets.
A quick mind and a quicker wit are necessary to score big in this fast-paced, laugh-out-loud game. Game play for the app mirrors the card game; players must create sentences using only a random hand of words, while adlibbing outrageous explanations to earn points.
In addition, when players download the You’ve been Sentenced! word game app on their mobile devices, they are not only having fun, they are also helping support an important cause. As part of an ongoing commitment to supporting literacy nationwide, a percentage of the revenues generated via the mobile app will be donated to Success Won’t Wait, the Delaware-based literacy non-profit.
Since 2005, McNeill Designs has donated a portion of sales of the physical card game You’ve Been Sentenced! to Success Won’t Wait. The 501c3 not for profit organization encourages reading, particularly by children, and has provided over 650,000 books to organizations, schools and programs nationwide since 2002.
About McNeill Designs for Brighter Minds
Founded in 2004, McNeill Designs for Brighter Minds launched into the marketplace with a series of innovative board, card, and party games. Since its creation, the company’s flagship product, the You’ve Been Sentenced! word game, has been the recipient of over 25 national awards including: Dr. Toy Best Products, Oppenheim Toy Portfolio, Gold Seal Award, National Parenting Seal of Approval, Mr. Dad Seal of Approval, plus many more.
About Success Won’t Wait
Founded in 2002, Success Won’t Wait is a Delaware-based organization that encourages reading by providing materials to those who need them most. Success Won’t Wait volunteers organize book drives by partnering with schools and universities, independent groups and organizations, and a variety of businesses, calling on residents to donate brand new and gently used books for redistribution in the community. To date, dozens of book drives have been held and over 650,000 books have been collected and redistributed.