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Little prattlers can sound as tough as a Transformer robot with this new voice-changing helmet. They'll look pretty intimidating, too. It's based on a Transformer character from the Dreamworks Pictures/Paramount Pictures movie debuting in July. Launch date: June 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11432 (added 2/9/2007)
Eric Clapton in Cream, Angus Young of AC/DC, Lars Frederiksen of Rancid — they’re all notorious Gibson SG guitar players. Now tweens, “who are the target audience,” according to Josslynne Lingard Welch of Litzky Public Relations, can have their own Gibson-inspired guitar in their own tween size: The Power Tour. Launch date: August 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11430 (added 2/9/2007)
Now players can test their knowledge of the ‘80s — an outrageous decade filled with big events, bigger fads and over-the-top personalities. Trivial Pursuit Totally 80s takes players back to that decade with 2,400 all-new questions in categories such as headlines, television, movies, sports and leisure, and wild card. It includes four pawns decorated to symbolize the decade, and accommodates two to four players.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11396 (added 2/8/2007)
A new twist on the family favorite, Sorry! Card Revenge Game is a fast-paced interactive electronic card game. The giant talking pawn comes to life and directs game play, but instead of moving game pieces around a board, players try to match colors or build numeric sequences from their hand to play as many cards as possible. The player who plays his or her entire hand and moves all four pawns home wins. It is suitable for two to four players.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11392 (added 2/8/2007)
Stratego is a classic game of battlefield strategy. Players use memory, cunning and luck to capture the enemy's flag. The game accommodates two to four players. Launch date: November 30, 1998.
— “This is bizarre: I have never in years gotten a call for the game Stratego, but this year I got tons of them,” said Kevin Tjaden, owner for 25 years of Scientific Wizardry in Boise, Idaho. “We're trying to figure out why. I don't know if it was in a movie. Rubik's Cube we did carry, and that was in the movie with Will Smith.”
— Movie or no, Stratego continues to be a best seller.
— It ranked No. 15 for strategy games on Amazon.com as of December 28, 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10840 (added 12/28/2006)
The ultimate playing and shopping experience for girls’ growing collections of Littlest Pet Shop characters, Biggest Littlest Pet Shop includes two exclusive pets and multiple accessories. It features a spinning tower, a bathtub and lots of other accessories. It also folds up for storage.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10568 (added 12/8/2006)
Standing 14-inches tall in Robot mode, Cybertron Primus changes from Transformers home planet to a giant robot, with lights and sounds.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10554 (added 12/7/2006)
Castle playset expands to two feet tall and three floors high to become home to all of your child’s favorite My Little Pony figures.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10553 (added 12/7/2006)
This is the only ball game where the ball knows your throws. Two to six players place one of the six color-coded bands on their hands to play one of four great games. The Cosmic Catch ball comes in blue, green, purple, red, white and yellow. It requires four AAA batteries (not included). This product received the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award for 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10513 (added 12/7/2006)
This pony features realistic animation, movement and sounds. Standing over 3” tall, she “comes alive” as she moves her head, ears, eyes and tail. She even whinnies, snorts and sniffs hands. And when a child sits on her for a pretend ride, she makes walking sounds. The pony comes with a carrot, a brush, a halter and a special adoption certificate. The weight limit is 80 pounds, and it requires six D batteries (not included). It received the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award for 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10508 (added 12/7/2006)
Featuring two-in-one air-powered hockey and pinball, electronic lights and sound effects, this stadium lets the entire family experience the thrill of the arcade at home. The set includes a two-piece stadium, two connecting plugs, two connecting base snaps, two paddles, four pucks, two legs, two center supports, one lever/riser and instructions. It received the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award for 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10506 (added 12/7/2006)
With three squeezable WHEEL PALS racecars to zoom down three race tracks, there’s sure to be an exciting finish every time. Kids can race one, two or all three at once with fun racing sound effects. Each roll-along friends bears a friendly expression. The electronic racetrack encourages hands-on play, and features a starting gate and a finish line with a checkered flag. The product includes 2 AA batteries. It received the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award for 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10503 (added 12/7/2006)
This activity dome offers dangling toys to explore, colors and textures to discover and more than 15 hands-on activities. Designed for tummy timers, crawlers, and walkers.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10288 (added 11/28/2006)
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Who will win in battle – Darth Vader or Optimus Prime? In this pack of six battle figures, iconic figures from the Star Wars universe collide with the world of Transformers. Omega Supreme and Crumplezone can help bring exciting action to your next battle. Players must destroy their opponent’s ranks when Omega Supreme picks up and throws his enemy. The last one standing wins. “The highly collectible figures represent a new kind of pick-up and play game where no game board is needed and strategy is the top priority,” Joanna Barber of Hunter Public Relations told TDmonthly. Launch date: Fall 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10172 (added 11/20/2006)
This is an updated but limited edition of the all-time classic game. It’s the Monopoly we all know, except that it’s updated to reflect the “here and now.” Player pieces represent modern symbols. Properties and their prices are familiar in current American culture. It’s an innovative way of playing a familiar game for today’s generation. It’s designed for two to six players. Launch Date: 2006.
— “Monopoly is popular because it’s a classic kid's game — it’s very familiar,” was the observation given by Monica Brewster, associate at Sweet Dreams in Berkeley, Calif.
— “[Classic games like Monopoly] are popular because so many people have them and those that know them think everyone should,” was the unique insight provided by Emily Holmes, executive assistant to the president at Ambassador Toys in San Francisco.
— Patricia J. Riso, VP for public relations at Hasbro Games, spoke with TDmonthly: “Monopoly: Here & Now Edition was designed to answer the question: ‘What would the most popular board game of all time look like if it were invented today instead of in 1935?’ … The new game has newly appraised property values and rents (players who land on Times Square with a hotel will pay $20 million), larger currency denominations and airports replacing the railroad spaces. All the property spaces were selected by a popular online vote, making this version of Monopoly the first-ever that was designed by fans!”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9734 (added 10/23/2006)
Monopoly has been America’s favorite board game since 1935. This special Nostalgia Series edition brings that history to life with vintage-look playing pieces, wooden houses and hotels, and “aged” Monopoly money. The wood collector box features a built-in banker’s tray and cover art reprinted from the 1957 edition. It’s an evergreen game that will be cherished and handed down through the generations.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9645 (added 10/10/2006)
This nitro-fueled rocket of a car can go up to 25 miles per hour, all controlled with a touch of a button. The Nitro XRC Ricochet is Hasbro’s return to RC after far too long.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8648 (added 7/21/2006)
Darth Vader is one of the first Star Wars 3.75” figures available from the TITANIUM SERIES Collection. The intricately micro-detailed figures each include a custom base and premium display case. Collectors will be interested in limited-edition versions of each figure featuring a patina finish. Throughout the year, the TITANIUM SERIES universe will continue to expand with the addition of vehicles and figures from TRANSFORMERS and Battlestar Galactica. Launch date: March 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8205 (added 6/9/2006)
G.I. Joe Sigma 6 smaller scale (2-½-inch) offerings, Dragonhawk, the Sigma 6 team’s primary drop ship from the hit animated TV series, has a number of awesome features to make self-created combat situations even more exciting. The MIC-2 (Magnetic Interface Connector) docking system allows the ship to bring various SIGMA 6 vehicles into battle; a fast-deploy system to launch the team’s Ninja Lightning Motorcycle into action; as well as rotating propellers, a hand grip for easy play and a variety of electronic lights and sounds. Launch date: Fall 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8204 (added 6/9/2006)
Players must decide who will rule the Ancient Earth — and beyond. In the world of Risk Godstorm, ancient faiths and rears rule. Players must battle across the Earth and in the dark regions below, harness spiritual forces to strike with devastating power, and command five ancient cultures: Greek, Celtic, Babylonian, Norse and Egyptian in a continent-spanning battle. Risk Godstorm also includes everything needed to play the classic game of Risk. It is for 2 to 5 players. It includes an Ancient Earth Game Board (20" x 30"), Underworld Game Board, 5 Ancient Armies, 5 Sets of Gods, 12 temples, 60 Faith Tokens, etc.
— Risk is the best selling fantasy game at Ambassador Toys San Francisco, said manager Emily.
— The average customer review, based on 6 reviews, was 5 stars, according to amazon.com.
— Gamepieces include highly detailed characters.
In the 2006 line of Tiger Games is the return of virtual pets. Kids adopt a Giga Pet and might even get attached to it as they train it, feed it, play with it and watch it grow. If you were studying, it would be a constant interruption, but if you are traveling and your pet needs to “go outside” or be “played with,” it is a welcome interruption.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7486 (added 4/5/2006)
Kids can power up any B-Daman battle with the cool Lava Knight DHB Blaster featuring electronic lights and sounds that take the mêlée to the next level. They can try different gaming options to test playing skill, such as DHB Triad or DHB Tag, two awesome variations on radical B-DaBall action. The B-Damans toys are not from an outright movie but a Japanese anime show. They are getting wickedly popular now while the show has not yet become mainstream.
— “I’ve been a fan since the very first toy came in from Japan,” explained Douglas Mattigan, owner of Mattigan’s Madness in Portland, Ore. “People don’t realize they’re from a show, they just like them.”
— “I think the Battle B-Damans are a fresh look from everything else out there, and kids can collect them and play with them without following a ‘trend,’” said Deborah Solvang, manager of Dusty’s Toy Box in Denver.
— “These things are addictive,” laughed Tony Stalling, co-owner of Little Things in Cleveland. “You start playing with them, and you can’t put them down.”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7371 (added 3/29/2006)
Kids plug their plastic light saber into the television’s AV input to fight on-screen with their favorite Star Wars heroes. Four “AA” batteries are required (not included).
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7019 (added 2/27/2006)
This game includes four individual dance mats where players perform dance moves they learn from on-screen instructors. Look for it in summer of 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7018 (added 2/27/2006)
This interactive DVD game of pretend asks children to imitate the behavior and sounds of characters on the television screen. Different segments include “At the Farm,” “At the Zoo” and “In the Town.” The game can be played either alone or with a group. Look for it on store shelves in Fall 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7017 (added 2/27/2006)
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