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This Iron Man action figure wears the Mark III suit of armor. Launch date: May 23, 2008.
— Iron Man action figures are “out the door,” Robert Tracy, owner of Fun-n-Games in Springfield, Mo., toldTDmonthly in May 2008.
— Marianne Kearns of Second Star to the Right in Bridgehampton, N.Y., named Hasbro action figures as best-sellers in her store.
— The “Iron Man” movie grossed over $104 million opening weekend.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18535 (added 4/22/2008)
This life-sized Golden Retriever puppy features voice-recognition technology that allows kids to interact with the dog, telling it, for example, to “Lie down” or “Give me a paw.” When touched, sensors on the puppy’s head make his tail wag; he can also bark and move his eyes and ears. The toy comes with a comb and dog bone, and requires six D batteries (not included). Launch date: Fall 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18534 (added 4/22/2008)
Optimus Prime, leader of the Autobots, utilizes Auto-Spin Conversion Technology to transform from vehicle to robot. He features a mouth that moves as well as sounds and speech from the Transformers cartoon. The product comes with a toy replica of the double-bladed power axe shown in the animated series. Launch date: Fall 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18533 (added 4/22/2008)
This remote-controlled Spider-Man uses vacuum-pump technology to move up and down walls. The toy comes with an infrared controller that children or adults simply wear on their wrist to tell Spidey where to go. Launch date: Fall 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18532 (added 4/22/2008)
This role-playing toy was created to coincide with the release of Marvel Studios’ “The Incredible Hulk.” Kids activate sound effects by smashing and bashing these super-sized, electronic gloves. Launch date: May 3, 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18531 (added 4/22/2008)
RISK gets a new look and feel in 2008 with an updated map, new rules and faster action. Planning and executing strategic military campaigns has never been more intense as modernized rules streamline playing time to a fast and furious 90-minute average. New universal-themed playing pieces eliminate the Napoleonic-era timestamp of RISK, permitting players to engage in campaigns of conquest limited only by their imagination. In addition, rule updates increase the rewards of taking risks during each turn. “Relevant figures help update the game to today’s audience while objectives help add strategy and cut down playing time,” Rebecca Woelfel of Hunter PR told TDmonthly. Launch date: Fall 2008.
Part of Playskool’s Noodleboro line and packaged with an audio CD and 24-page storybook, this game for two to four players helps children practice saying “please” and “thank you” as they gather goods for a picnic. Lack of manners could result in a swarm of ants ruining the picnic. Launch date: Fall 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18142 (added 3/26/2008)
The four-figure set includes Spider-Man, Punisher, Ghost Rider and Elektra. Each collectible super hero is specially stylized.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18035 (added 3/19/2008)
The game is based on the television show by the same name, where contestants attempt to fill in the missing lyrics in hundreds of popular songs. The game includes 400 lyric cards, card reader sleeve, a game board, four money marker pawns, nine category markers, one “backup singer” pawn, one “two words” pawn, one “three lines” pawn, twelve $10,000 tokens, a pad, pencils and a card tray.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18034 (added 3/19/2008)
The game will have children counting, matching, imagining and cooperating both in and out of the kitchen. The game includes a game board, 20 ingredient tokens, four chef movers, a recipe book and die.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18033 (added 3/19/2008)
Kids can talk to the ponies Rainbow Dash, Pinkie Pie and Sweetie-Belle with this play cell phone. Direct dial any of the ponies using the keypad, and then press the heart-shaped button for a conference call with all three ponies. The ponies repeat phrases such as “I’ve been wanting to talk to you!” and “Do you want to hear a joke?” Close the cell phone and the ponies will call back. The phone comes with keys, play credit cards, instructions and batteries.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18032 (added 3/19/2008)
The four-game electronic unit features talking, automatic scoring and ballgame sounds. A convenient snap-in storage tray houses ten metal balls. Three AA batteries are required.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18031 (added 3/19/2008)
The musical toothbrush features sound technology that sends sound vibrations from the bristles through one’s teeth, so that the music is audible and clear. Simply press the button, wait for the beep and then brush away. To increase the volume, simply increase brushing pressure. The soft-bristled brush plays two full minutes of the song “All For One” sung by the cast of the movie, “High School Musical 2.” Another “High School Musical 2” toothbrush with the song “What Time Is It” is also available, as are Hannah Montana and Cheetah Girls versions. Batteries are built in.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18029 (added 3/18/2008)
Each of the two puzzles in the set depicts a different image of “Hannah Montana” star Miley Cyrus. Each puzzle contains 100 pieces and measures 10” x 13” when assembled.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18028 (added 3/18/2008)
Players can either play the part of Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella or Belle in this Disney Princess game. The object of the game is for players to make their wishes come true and find the gift her prince has left for her. The game is intended for two to four players.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18027 (added 3/18/2008)
Standing 4' tall, this animatronic, prehistoric character is more than 40" long, has sensors on 11 parts of its body, and can move its head, tail and horns. It is equipped to roar when spoken to, respond to its owner's actions, and even chew leaves. While riding in a spring-loaded seat on Kota's back, children will hear jungle sounds and can simply activate a handle switch to play adventure songs. The toy requires six D batteries (not included). Launch date: Fall 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 17785 (added 2/27/2008)
The trial-sized, quick-draw game of sketch and score comes with a game board, 50 cards, two pawns, two pencils, one die, a one-minute timer, a pad and instructions. A $3.00 coupon towards the purchase of a full-sized Pictionary game is also included.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 17028 (added 1/11/2008)
Robots transform from robot to vehicle and back to robot with this Ultimate Battle duo pack. Optimus Prime is equipped with power-punch capability, while Megatron comes equipped with a spinning battle blade. The set comes with an exclusive DVD that details the origins of the Transformers.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 17027 (added 1/11/2008)
Mattel’s Fisher-Price division has updated the classic Viewmaster with new designs for Viewermaster projectors. A particularly innovative approach is the Binoculars and 3D Viewer Set, which builds the Viewmaster projector into an actual 4X magnitude set of Binoculars. The three included Look & Learn slide reels have fact-based captions created by the National Wildlife Federation. The projector, slide, binoculars combination encourages children to combine learning from Viewmaster slide reels and nature-based learning experiences, using the binoculars, from their own backyards.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16427 (added 12/5/2007)
The Dream Town Rose Petal Cottage is a fabric-covered Play House, just over 4 feet tall. With Design touches drawn from adult-world cottages, the play house enhances a young girl’s “playing house” or “playing Mommy” pretend play. Original cottage includes fiberboard stove with oven that opens and knobs that turn. Available separately for use with the Rose Petal Cottage are several other pieces, including washer, sink, dinette set, and nursery. Some adult assembly required both on cottage and on stove.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16425 (added 12/5/2007)
Many parents remember creative play using paint-with-water coloring books. These books encourage imaginative play with less mess than standard water color painting; making a good introduction into the “painting” activity for pre-schoolers and early grade school children. Hasbro’s TONKA division, in conjunction with Modern Publishing, has added a different twist to the paint-with-water coloring books. The TONKA paint-with-water series features TONKA-brand trucks functioning in action scenes, encouraging young children to combine imaginative “pretend play” with the paint-with-water coloring activity.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16424 (added 12/5/2007)
The journal features a unique voice-recognition capability, keeping the contents of the journal safe from unwanted readers.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16237 (added 11/21/2007)
Electronic robot-to-vehicle figure features lights and sounds, and partially automated Advanced Automorph Technology. This technology is designed to enhance vehicle-to-robot conversion with partially animated mechanical triggers that activate the final shift to battle mode. Includes 2 “AA” batteries.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16085 (added 11/12/2007)
The creators of ‘In the Night Garden’ on the CBeebies channel have turned to the toy-makers Hasbro to come up with all the merchandise. The pick of the bunch is looking like it will be the interactive all singing and dancing Igglepiggle toy, though Igglepiggle’s red soft fleece blanket with a miniature Igglepiggle tucked inside [at MSRP: $71.17] is also tipped to be a sellout.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16082 (added 11/12/2007)
Players wear the “brain” and answer “yes” and “no” questions by nodding in this fast-paced game that tells each person whether he or she is right or wrong.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 15938 (added 10/31/2007)
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