Monthly Archives: October 2016

Interactive Bat isn’t Nocturnal


Far from and Hammer House horror type manoeuvres the only insatiable appetite that Nocto has is for his AA batteries, load it up with those copper tops from the bunny drumming adverts and it’ll go on for decent amount of time. Anyway, what can Nocto do now he is powered …

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Taking flight


  This week the long awaited additions arrived out-of-the-box and ready for some piloting time as Parrot unveiled their latest line up of mini-drones. Adding to an impressive extension in this category of fun revealed last year with nine new drones was going to be a big ask, the French …

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Copycats strike – But do we care?


Everyone was looking to replicate the runaway success of the 2015 party game title Pie Face this year, Hasbro today announced a record earning, all time best ever turnover for Q3 this year, helped in no small part by the virality of some of its wares. Early this year they …

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Motor down Memory Lane


Iconic Die-Cast brand Corgi celebrates being 60 years young this year and is shouting out to fans to help it compile the Ultimate Top Ten Corgi Models. Jump onto their website HERE and register your treasured toy and in November the top 20 will be revealed online and then everyone …

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Ruxpin set for a return

Teddy Ruxpin

Back in the late 80’s a toy appeared on the scene that took the very latest in music technology and shoved it into the back of a teddy bear, the technology was the humble tape cassette and Teddy Ruxpin was the recipient of a player in its back. The animatronic bear …

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