David Mair

​Loopit (2005) was first presented to Hasbro in 2006 as Scribble Scrabble. They bought the world rights, but a conflict within the company about using the name "Scrabble" with a non-word game, caused the project to be dropped. Goliath then picked up the rights that same year and produced the game as Loopit.  In 2013, I, along with partners, Michael Kohner, and Steve Curtin created Swiggle, the electronic version.