toys
Hide This Ultra-Thin Nerf Blaster in the Same Pocket As Your Smartphone

Sometimes stealth is a better approach than brute force and raw firepower, so the tiniest addition to Nerf’s 2016 lineup, the new N-Strike Elite Pocketstrike blaster, can be easily hidden away until you’ve managed to sneak up on an unsuspecting target. Read More >>

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Tyco Is Back With the First RC Toy That Can Climb Stairs

Children of the ‘80s will remember Tyco as the definitive brand when it came to affordable remote control toys. After changing hands a few times, the company was eventually bought by Mattel who is officially relaunching the Tyco brand with the new Terra Climber; the first RC toy that can climb stairs. Read More >>

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All the Coolest Stuff From Toy Fair 2016

If January’s CES is the main course when it comes to trade shows, February’s New York Toy Fair is the dessert you can’t wait to dig into afterwards. The world’s biggest toymakers converge on the Big Apple to reveal everything that kids — and collectors — will be dying to buy for the rest of the year. Read More >>

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With Darth Vader Long Dead, You Can Finally Fly His TIE Advanced Fighter

There was a lot of love for the Rebellion when it came to flying toys revealed on Force Friday back in September of last year. But at this year’s Toy Fair, Spin Master is finally giving the Empire its due with a flying RC version of Darth Vader’s custom TIE Advanced X1 fighter. Read More >>

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Nerf’s Newest Rival Blaster Fires Two 70 MPH Rounds With Every Pump

Originally unveiled at last year’s Toy Fair, Nerf is expanding its Rival line this year first with the fully-automatic KHAOS MXVI-4000 we brought you back in January, and now the pump action ATLAS XVI-1200 that fires two rounds at your target with every squeeze of the trigger. Read More >>

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These Star Trek Figures Are So Realistic I’d Swear They’re Kirk and Spock in the Flesh

Damn, these figures are a pretty fantastic likeness of William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy. Read More >>

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Hasbro’s Civil War Figures Give Us a Glorious Black Panther

With Captain America: Civil War rapidly approaching, we’re starting to see a lot of cool new toys based on the film make their way to shelves—and leading the charge at Toy Fair this weekend was Hasbro’s Marvel Legends series. Captain America and Iron Man, the two film’s heavy hitters, were present. But Black Panther was the star. Read More >>

cars
Rich Kids in Tiny Tesla Model S Ride-ons Will Now Be Looking Down on You Too

What you’re really paying for when you buy an electric car like the Tesla Model S isn’t the savings on fuel, or even the whisper quiet ride. You’re paying for the ability to be smug and self-righteous to drivers in petrol-powered cars, and now even little kids can start making others feel guilty about driving a fossil-juice machine too. Read More >>

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The First Minecraft Hot Wheels Car is Just a Box on Wheels

It looks like Mattel has decided to test the dedication of die-hard Hot Wheels collectors and completionists. The line’s first Minecraft-themed vehicle, the Minecart, is a perfect recreation of the one appearing in the game. So in other words, it’s nothing more than a box on wheels. Read More >>

gaming
Monopoly Ultimate Banking Eliminates Cash With a Tiny ATM That Scans Property Cards

Is there anything worse in a game of Monopoly than thinking you’ve bankrupted another player only to discover they have a secret stash of cash hidden away? That’s no longer an option with the new Monopoly Ultimate Banking edition that uses a tiny ATM to keep track of every last financial transaction. Read More >>

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Instead of Pixels, Crayola’s New Kids’ Tablet Is Filled With Sand

If you’ve ever scribbled your name in the sand on the beach with a stick, you’ll understand where Crayola found the inspiration for its new drawing tablet for kids. The biggest advantage of the Sand Scribbler, though, is that there’s no risk of a drawing or doodle being erased by the incoming tide.Instead of Pixels, Crayola's new Kids' Tablet Is Filled With Sand Read More >>

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Those Incredibly Intricate Metal Origami Models Are Now Available in Colour

If you lack the patience for assembling something as simple as a jigsaw puzzle, you’ll want to move along. Metal Earth’s intricate models, which assemble from flat, pre-cut sheets of metal, could frustrate even a brain surgeon. Which is unfortunate, because these new colour models are so very tempting. Read More >>

drones
Air Hogs Tweaked the Helix to Be a Cheap Way to Get into Drone Racing

It may not be televised on Sky Sports yet, but one day drone racing will undoubtedly be a popular spectator sport. And if you want to get in on the ground floor, Spin Master has come up with a cheap way for amateur pilots to get racing experience, without losing an expensive drone in the process. Read More >>

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Master Chief’s Iconic UNSC MA5 Halo Rifle Is Now a BOOMco Dart Blaster

To the dismay of blaster fans who’d fallen in love with the BOOMco toys, Mattel has scaled back the line and will start focusing it more on licensed properties. The silver lining to that bad news is that we’re going to be seeing more and more weapons from the Halo universe brought to life, starting with Master Chief’s trusty MA5. Read More >>

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You Don’t Even Have to Touch the New Simon Air to Play

After being released in 1978, the classic memory game Simon went relatively unchanged for about 36 years until Simon Swipe came along back in 2014. It updated the game’s familiar button tapping with swipe gestures similar to what a smartphone uses. But, there’s yet another new version of Simon that doesn’t want to be touched at all. Read More >>