Grossest Slime Toy Snot Nose To Be Showcased At 2020 Toy Fair

Posted: Feb 7 2020, 6:03pm CST | by , in Toys

 
Grossest slime toy Snot Nose to be showcased at 2020 Toy Fair

The yuckiest slime toy to ever exist is launching this year.

Far Out Toys, the maker of fun and interactive games for kids and adults, is about to debut what appears to be the grossest slime toy to ever be made: the Snot Nose.

Snot Nose is a new roulette style slime game where players take turns in bulling a booger out of the oversized nose. If the booger pulls out cleanly, the players are still in the game. But if one player pulls a booger and gets a Snot Gush, they’re out.

The goal is to choose the booger wisely so you wouldn’t get slimed.

Snot Nose is slated for release in spring for $14.99. It’s recommended for players ages 5 and up. Every purchase comes with a wearable snot nose and make-your-own slime packets so you can play the game over and over again.

Snot Nose is just one of the many toys that Far Out Toys will be showcasing at this year’s Toy Fair.

Far Out Toys is also unveiling its fun and exciting Hot Pot Lobster, the new Tic Tak Pop Block and its NASCAR-inspired Super Figure 8 Track and Short Track.

Stay up-to-date at I4U News as we report about all of the other toys that Far Out Toys is releasing this year.

The New York Toy Fair will run from February 22-25, 2020 at the Jacob K. Javits Center in Manhattan.

For more updates on the 2020 New York Toy Fair, stay updated at I4U News. We will report about the highlights and all the hottest new toy releases that will be showcased at the Toy Fair 2020. Follow our dedicated 2020 New York Toy Fair News Hub.

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