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What?s in Ned?s Head? is, according to its creator, a ?wacky, silly, icky, sticky and fun gross out game.? You forgot disgusting, too. It?s a plush head gone sick, fraught with all kinds of disgusting fluids and vermin. Play the game ? but don?t lose your lunch!
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 3097 (added 3/1/2005)
Made for children, this game has the ability to addict players of all ages. The object is simple: to get all six ping pong balls onto your opponentīs side of the court. But itīs the process that provides the fun, as players must launch the balls through a series of holes in order to get them across the center line. Take a few minutes to learn the game, then prepare to play it for a few hours.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4753 (added 9/22/2005)
A best-seller in Europe, Halli Galli Kidz is designed for 2 to 4 players. Players have to be the first to spot the matches and ring the bell — but, subtle differences may cause players to accidentally hit the bell and lose points.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 6010 (added 12/15/2005)
This is a perfect game for kids who like to be grossed out. Kids are afraid of the monsters under their beds, but they should also be afraid of other gross and gooey things that sometimes get stashed there … such as dirty diapers. In this yucky-fun game, kids have to pick nasty things out from under the bed without disturbing the monster, or else they lose! "I think the kids will absolutely love it!" Ricki Block, owner of Ariel’s Child in New Windsor, N.Y., enthused to TDmonthly Magazine. Right after Toy Fair, buyers from Tree Top Kids in Washington, D.C., were also eagerly anticipating this new game's release. The game won a Toy of the Year Award from Family Fun Magazine in 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7013 (added 2/24/2006)
Players hit the timer, toss it into the water and follow the distinctive beeps to the ball. The first player to disarm the timer wins. The game includes one electronic sonic search with 60-second timer. Batteries are included. Kids can play alone or compete for extra fun.
— “Fundex’s Sonic Search is very popular,” said Jeri Dorsey, buyer for Kaboodle LLC in Carmel, Ind. “Parents are excited because it’s clear when it’s in the bottom of the pool, so kids have to use their hearing to locate it. It’s new this year for us.”
— Dive balls also do well at Children’s Gift Shop in Northfield, Ill., said owner Markie Carlson.
— Sonic Search has a “try me” button that lets shoppers test before buying.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8395 (added 6/27/2006)
Bubba the Bottom Feeder is an underwater game that can be played in the shallow or deep end of the pool. Players take turns “feeding” Bubba fish and the first one to make Bubba float to the surface wins. The fish are weighted differently so no game is ever the same. The game includes Bubba and eight goldfish.
— Kids like Bubba the Bottom Feeder “probably because they get to dive,” said Susan Robinson, manager of Wishing Well Toy Company in Omaha, Neb.
— Pool toys sell well for Greg Bonner, owner of Heights Toy Center Inc. in Little Rock, Ark.
— Bubba can be played alone or with friends.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8396 (added 6/27/2006)
In this “food-flinging” family game, everyone plays at once. Children grab their forks and fling their meatballs at Chef Alfredo as he spins round and round. The first player to stick all of their meatballs on the chef wins. Kids can have fun, flinging food, without a mess to clean up. The game was a Family Fun 2005 Toy of the Year winner and was awarded the Platinum Best Toy Award from Oppenheim Toy Portfolio. Launch date: February 2005.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9877 (added 11/2/2006)
This 3-Dimensional game takes players to a whole new level of dominoes by combining traditional play along with a new way of building dominoes vertically. The suspense grows as the dominoes go higher, and wild dominoes add to an unpredictable finish. The taller the building, the more points awarded for the dominoes played. Highrise was awarded the Platinum Best Toy Award from Oppenheim Toy Portfolio. “Highrise is a totally new concept in playing dominoes,” Dan Sabato of Fundex Games told TDmonthly. Launch date: February 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9878 (added 11/2/2006)
Phase 10™ is the world’s best-selling rummy–type card game. For 25 years, Phase 10 has delighted more than 30 million card players across the country. The 25th Anniversary edition celebrates the Phase 10 player with a brushed aluminum carrying case and premium cards.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10115 (added 11/15/2006)
One of the all-time great classic table games is back and better than ever. Booby Trap™ combines strategy, tension and a soft touch for hours of family fun. Players try to pull round tabs that are under pressure off the game board without having all the pieces fly off the board. A newly-designed game board adds to the play while maintaining all best aspects of the original. There's even a new alternative game play for a different Booby Trap experience. This product is a 2007 iParenting Media Award winner.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10116 (added 11/15/2006)
In this game for two to four players, a three-dimensional character, Gus, sits comfortably in an easy chair and is fed different food cards. Food such as a chili dog or macaroni and cheese have values that correspond to the amount of times players pump Gus’ head. Each pump expands his belly and sooner or later, Gus lets it rip. Healthy food cards and extra pump cards create additional havoc and laughter.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10117 (added 11/15/2006)
This bean bag tossing game is the smaller version of the Chuck-O Pro. The goal is to be the first team to reach 21 points. Players score three points for landing a bean bag in the hole and one point for landing it on the board. The boards latch together and have built in handles, making it highly portable. The game includes eight bean bags, two 36"L x 24"W x 4"D boards and instructions. Launch date: February 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10118 (added 11/15/2006)
Players take turns trying to wrap the bolo balls around the rungs to score points. The top rung is worth three points, the middle rung two points and the bottom rung one point. The person who gets the most points wins. The steel frame provides a sturdy target, easy set-up, and portability. The game includes six soft team colored bolo balls, Top Toss Tower, storage bag and instructions. This product is a 2008 iParenting Media Award winner. Launch date: February 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10258 (added 11/28/2006)
Make your friend’s arm disappear. Make a monkey appear. Multiply your money. Render your friend powerless to break a cookie. Read minds. These can all be done with just the use of one crate. Contains everything to perform 10 colossal tricks, trading cards, and bonus DVD. Confoundingly Crazy Crate-O-Mystery is one of many Magic in a Minute tricks, teaching children magic through the nationally syndicated comic strip including Mac King the magician and his trusty sidekick Lewis the Monkey. Launch date: Feb 2006
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10259 (added 11/28/2006)
These Dive Pets slowly twirl as they sink. Players can dive for them or catch them in the net. The Dive Pets sink slowly enough so that they can be scooped up before they hit the bottom. Dive Pets Fishin' Net includes Fishin’ Net and three Dive Pets.
— During the summer swimming season, this set was used at least once a week by four out of five of TDmonthly’s Preschool/Early School Roundtable families.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11077 (added 1/11/2007)
In this ultimate dice game of risk and reward, players must roll the dice or pay the price. They roll a die and then make the call. Going for it with a Shake can make a player a big winner or leave them with nothing. Shake is easy to learn and hard to stop. It’ll keep the whole family on the edge of their seats. Launch date: Spring 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11735 (added 3/1/2007)
It’s the wild musical tater-tossing game. Players squeeze the Hot Potato and the frantic family fun begins. They then toss the tater back and forth, up high, down low, around and around, trying not to get caught holding the spud when the music stops. Once a player is caught, he must collect a potato chip card. And once he has three chips, he’s out. Launch date: Summer 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11736 (added 3/1/2007)
The outrageous card game starts with ten cards. Hand by hand, the number of cards (and options) reduce until at last, a player has one card. Players record the number of tricks they plan to take each round, scoring points for their accurate bidding. Sound easy? The outRAGEous action cards will keep players guessing. Launch date: Spring 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11748 (added 3/1/2007)
This exciting game for two to four players is similar to horseshoes. Players heave washers at the bull’s-eye target and score three points for hitting the center bull’s-eye cup and one point for landing it in the box but not in the cup. The first team to score 21 points wins. The game is completely portable and can be set up for all different skill levels. It includes two wooden boxes, four yellow washers and four orange washers. Launch date: June 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13253 (added 6/5/2007)
This classic beanbag toss game features a two-sided game board so that two to four players can play either Bag Ball or Big League Baseball. It features a high-quality metal frame, is easy to set up and play, and comes with six beanbags and instructions. “All of our Outdoor Games are portable and can be taken anywhere,” Marketing Specialist Katie Hemlock of Fundex Games told TDmonthly. “These are great products for families on the go who enjoy playing games outside.” Launch date: June 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13254 (added 6/5/2007)
SKU or Item #: 0724
Launch Date: July 2006
Did you forget what the score was again? Are you thirsty with no spot to place your beverage? Now that will not be a problem anymore. Keep the score current and accurate with the New Score Station. Includes stand-up scoring chart, 2 cup holders and a 60” tall adjustable steel pole with ground stake. Launch date: Summer 2006
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13279 (added 6/6/2007)
Made of flexible plastic, this fun and safe baton features a rubber knob and streamers on each end. Its bendy and bouncy qualities allow kids to be as creative as they’d like in inventing baton tricks and moves.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13434 (added 6/13/2007)
This fast-paced, hand-slapping card game requires quick thinking, quick reflexes and a bit of luck. The last player to slap the deck when a “Hit the Deck” card is played must draw two more cards. The object of the game is to be the first to get rid of one’s cards and be the player with the fewest points at the end of the game. Launch date: Spring 2003.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 15021 (added 9/4/2007)
The Gold Rush Boom and Bust Game! If you draw a ?donkey goes wild!? card, the donkey bucks it?s legs to knock down one of your opponents? buildings! This wild action is sure to keep you on your feet! Players build up the town during the Boom and the town goes broke during the bust. The player with the most assets when ?the gold runs out? card is drawn wins!
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 15098 (added 9/7/2007)
Blast-off into “Hog Heaven” and make the impossible; possible in the game “When Pigs Fly.” Keep the kids squealing for hours when pigs are launched out of a cannon high into the sky, soaring in the clouds. On each turn, players send a pig flying, add a pig to their pen, or give one of their pigs to another player. The first person to get rid of all their pigs is the winner. Includes 12 pigs, motorized spinning game board and instructions.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16184 (added 11/19/2007)
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