Young fashionistas and creatives can bring a diverse range of characters to life with the Truly You! Character Creator from Spin Master.
The roll-and-move game was positioned as a hipper version of Clue and a reflection of the TV series’ swinging, martini-drinking, sports car-driving style.
Magic tricks, secret writing, invisible inks, testing foods, and making blueprints were some activities available in the Chemistry Experiment Lab from Gilbert Toys.
Brian Washington reflects on how his first day of kindergarten inspired a life-long love of children’s music.
Mattel and SpaceX are collaborating on a new range of toys and collectibles and 7 other things we wanted to share this week.
Sarah Myers is director of travelling exhibits at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. In this edition of The Friday Five, she shares details of the newly opened SCOOBY-DOO!™ Mansion Mayhem exhibit.
“The action’s here and you got all the gear.”
I have come to the personal conclusion that while all artists are not chess players, all chess players are artists.
– Marcel Duchamps
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of GigaPets, Chicago-based Top Secret Toys has launched a new 2-in-1 virtual pet that harkens back to the past while looking to the future.
The Jewel Royale Chess Set is the most expensive in the world, valued at $9.8 million USD.
Twelve years after the Steve Canyon comic strip debuted in newspapers, Lowell Toy Mfg. released the eponymous board game, allowing players to take on the role of the globe-trotting adventurer.
Skil-Craft Corporation’s Handy Andy Tool Sets gave children access to small-scale, working versions of adult tools.
In this installment from his YouTube series, Where’s the Fun From?, Guest Contributor Tim Walsh discusses the husband and wife team of Richard and Betty James and the accidental invention of the Slinky.
Wordle is getting an official party game and 7 other things we wanted to share this week.
Todd Coopee is a toy collector, historian, and editor-in-chief here at Toy Tales. In this edition of The Friday Five, he shares details of the recently opened Bringing Imaginative Ideas to Life: The Early Years of Cincinnati’s Kenner Products mini-exhibit at The Strong and discusses the importance of preserving the history of toys and games.
In the 1960s, Mattel released a line of spy toys that allowed children to go undercover as Agent Zero M.
Travelers can bring home some landmarks of iconic cities with a new series of 3D postcards from LEGO.
Released in 1973, the Scooby-Doo Where Are You! board game from Milton Bradley invited players to adventure through a haunted castle and be the first to discover the hidden treasure.
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