The Zone Game Now Available – A Great Alternative to Video Games

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A new family recreational game, The Zone Game, lets kids and grown-ups interact and compete while having fun. The Zone Game was recently shown on ABC-TV's Primetime Live.

The Zone Game, a new game designed for anyone that enjoys playing a fun game, is now available on the Internet at

The Zone Game was recently shown nationally on the ABC-TV news show "Primetime Live." The segment featured a behind-the-scenes look at the Home Shopping Network, showing the process of how inventors launch their products on HSN.

The Zone Game consists of a durable rubber-foam playing surface measuring 25 inches wide and 15 feet long with scoring zones at either end, similar to shuffleboard. There are two plastic backstops that attach to the surface with Velcro, six Zone Game balls, and everything is packaged in a premium carry bag. Weighing less than 10 pounds, it takes just seconds to set up and put away, making it very convenient and portable. The Zone Game can be played outside or indoors and is a perfect game for family gatherings, cookouts, camping trips, tailgating, etc. It is a game of accuracy where the object of the game is to outscore your opponent by tossing the balls and getting them to land in the scoring zones.

"The Zone Game gives kids something better to do than play video games. It's fun, competitive, and a great game for family interaction. It also helps kids improve their hand-eye coordination while having fun at the same time," says SuperShark President Mike Gannon, inventor of The Zone Game.

SuperShark plans to eventually make The Zone Game available in stores at a suggested retail price between $59-$69. Currently, The Zone Game can be purchased for $50 online at SuperShark plans to showcase The Zone Game at the 2006 International Toy Fair. There is a patent pending.

SuperShark is a startup company based in Tampa, FL and The Zone Game is their introductory product.


Michael Gannon, President

SuperShark LLC

Phone: 813.875.4121

Fax: 813.875.5501

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