Now how will Rich "Uncle" Pennybags get these wrinkles out of his clothes?
I personally would rarely use the iron as I'm more of a thimble guy. And as for the new pieces.. the robot was my top choice.
But more importantly, what will fill the void of ironing in board games? Do we need a realtime clothes-pressing game? Or a dexterity game with a hot iron in the center of the table?
Looking around BoardGameGeek I realized there are already plenty of iron games...
|This one covers all of the bases. It's called Steam and Iron.|
|I may be a thimble man, but he's an iron man.|
|One of many ironing war-games. Who knew?|
|This one beat Monopoly to the punch and killed off the iron years ago. It's called Iron Die.|
|Look at that perfectly pressed collar.|
|I've never tried to cook with an iron, but I'll trust these guys on it.|
There you have it. It looks like the ironing board game market is already kind of covered. I guess I'll just stick to greeting card games.