Hasbro has launched the follow up to its party game Bop It Extreme 2 at this year's Toy Fair in London as it once again aims to build on the Simon Says formula.

The new model will be called Bop it! "As to not confuse the Americans", a spokesperson told Pocket-lint.

Featuring pull, twist, push commands that you have to repeat, the game this time around adds sound into the mix as well. Sound actions, as you can probably gather, involve you now having to shout into the toy - something unlikely to impress adults nearby.

Highly addictive, the game will come with three gameplay modes; solo, pass and party so you can show your friends how crap you are at following simple instructions like "Pull it" and "Twist it".

Due out later this year, it will cost around £20.

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