Two card throwing games are presented on The Toy Box on November 5. First there’s Huck Hopper, which is a character-driven throwing game. The second is Ninja Cards which is described as “a fast-paced and competitive target-throwing game with collectible cards.” The inventors of Ninja Cards, Dustin Berk from Irvine, California and Ken Haton from Chicago, Illinois, come dressed in Ninja suits to teach the kid judges on The Toy Box how to play the game. Spoiler alert: Judge Noah loves Ninja Cards!
If Ninja Cards look familiar to you, you’ve probably seen Ninja Cards on Shark Tank. In October 2014, they pitched their business in front of Sharks Mark Cuban, Daymond John, Kevin O’Leary, Lori Greiner, and Robert Herjavec. Ninja Cards didn’t get a deal but they’ve been working on improving Ninja Cards and creating Ninja Cards 2.0 (instead of a foam dart board, the new board is made of 9 interlocking plastic squares). You can pre-order Ninja Cards 2.0 for $29.99 on the website. The Toy Box airs Sundays at 7pm on ABC, right before America’s Funniest Home Videos.