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MSRP: $74.99Age Range: 8 and upLaunch Date: September 2008Gender: Boys And Girls
The electronic dance game requires no game console or dance mat controller. Simply plug the included U-Dance console to a television and then attach motion tags to shoes. The motion tags allow users to use moves that are outside the scope of a typical dance mat. Launch date: Fall 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 17875 (added 3/10/2008)
MSRP: $9.99SKU or Item #: 76395Launch Date: September 2006
This manual toothbrush allows children to hear music by such artists as Hilary Duff and Queen while brushing. A music chip containing a two-minute clip is embedded in the handle of each toothbrush, which works by streaming sound vibrations from the bristles to the teeth and transferring sound waves into the jawbone and inner ear. Three AAA batteries are included. Launch date: Fall 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11266 (added 1/29/2007)
Designer’s World is a game about the business of fashion. Create your own fashion line, pick your models, face the international judges and build your own fashion empire.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10588 (added 12/8/2006)
Launcher system comes complete with one blaster, two reload clips, 20 Tagger MicroDarts, a scoring vest and one pair of Vision Gear eyewear.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10585 (added 12/8/2006)
Massively Mini Media plays MP3 music files and videos and stores photos with touch-screen technology. This media player stands 1" x 2.5" x ½" thick, with 128 MB of memory. It includes ear buds with a lanyard.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10559 (added 12/7/2006)
Furby, one of the best-selling toys ever with 40 million pieces sold globally, came back with a vengeance. Driven by new emototronics, a combination of advanced robotic technology, puppetry and realistic lifelike reactions and movements, this Furby features a wide range of emotions and motions, advanced voice recognition, enhanced communication between kids and other Furby toys, and an impressive "bilingual" vocabulary of "Furbish" and English.
— “They don’t stop talking,” commented Monica Sanders, manager of the K.B. Toys in Destin, Fla. “If more than three are going at once, I just have to grin and bear it.”
— “Cleared out. Not a one left,” said Dan Starkey, manager of Toy Experience in Orlando, Fla.
— “Sold out,” reported Aroon Raj, owner of If City in Ontario, Calif.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 3009 (added 2/25/2005)