Monthly Archives: April 2021

Fidget toy that is utterly addictive (don’t tell the kids)

Whether it’s a new challenge toy to collect and enjoy with friends, a boredom buster/travel gadget for long journeys, a prop to stay alert after yet another Zoom meeting or something to fidget with in front of the telly – kid or adult – the new Loopy Looper fidget toy …

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Countdown, the up-and-active tech infused retro play system is here

Duck, Duck, Cat (not sure if that is an order) have at last released their Countdown Game, we’ve been playing with it for a while now and, after fine tuning it’s now available for you all.  This here Countdown Game features ten different ready to play, retro-inspired reflex, logic and movement …

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New Harry Potter LEGO sets to mark two decades

Bunch of new sets coming out on June 1st : LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts: Polyjuice Potion Mistake (76386) For children aged 7+ 217 pieces The full model measures 3 in. (8 cm) high, 5 in. (12 cm) wide and 2.5 in. (6 cm) deep and connects easily to LEGO Harry Potter …

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Funko taking its physical into digital via the medium of NFT

Funko, Inc. the leading pop culture consumer products outfit announced they’re getting into the NFT (Non-fungible Token) market in a pretty big way with the acquisition of a majority stake in TokenWave, the developer of TokenHead, one of the leading mobile app and website showcase spots for  NFT holdings. TokenHead, …

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Tech Deck to sponsor GB Skateboard Championships

Spin Master along with its fingerboard brand, Tech Deck, will be one of the official sponsors for Skateboard GB’s National Championships 2021. It takes place on 11th April in Manchester, a one-day competition and the only British Olympic qualification event leading up to the Olympic Games in Tokyo this summer. With …

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Coding kits to keep kids curious

  The Elecrow team are devoted in open source hardware industry and have a huge penchant for coding kits aimed at getting kids into this important industry at an early age. WE’ve sen coding “plays” a plenty, some superb, some highly questionable in what they teach (if anything rather than …

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