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SHOW GUIDE SPIELWARENMESSE 2014


PLUM


Plum has a number of new ranges to showcase at Nuremberg 2014. In the outdoor sector, Plum will be


expanding its trampoline range with the Junior Jumper Trampoline and Enclosure.


This is specifically designed with


young children in mind and features a lower height frame and colourful plastic casings covering the leg joints for durability and stability. The Junior Jumper Trampoline also uses SpringSafe technology with a jumping mat and safety pads that are


IMC TOYS IMC Toys will be showcasing its new toy range based on the Sony video game franchise Invizimals. Invizimals are tiny creatures that can only be seen


through the use of augmented reality – just as this is a key part of the game and TV show, IMC Toys’ range features a host of interactive special features. Hero products include the Alliance Base and Temple of Light playsets, both equipped with traps and secret compartments. The line-up also includes action figure packs, blind bag collectable figures and a Z-Comm wristwatch that features flashing lights and sounds from the original video game. The VIP Pets range will also be on


display, alongside IMC Toys’ plush range featuring Tam Tam the Orangutan and Lucy the interactive dog. Hall 12.2, Stand P-26


INNOVATION FIRST


Hexbug, from robotics specialists Innovation First, will be showcasing the latest innovations to its toy and gadgets line. New ranges include a line of new


micro robotic creatures, Tagamoto cars that react to codes on the road and the introduction of Hexbug Vex Robotics. The Hexbug Strandbeast is a complex robot that features an eight-legged walking mechanism. Users can utilise its two-channel infrared remote control to operate each side of the Strandbeast’s legs independently and the robot is available in five translucent colours.


Elsewhere, consumers can settle all sorts of arguments with Hexbug Battling Spiders, the first mechanical Hexbug designed for two-person play. These battling robots with two-channel infrared remote control feature a ffuturistic voice, sound effects, battle- hardened deco and hi-tech life- sensor that measures each hit. Hexbugs are hitting the water in


new Hexbug Aquabots body styles. These micro robots feature smart fish technology and fresh additions include the


Hammerhead Shark and Angelfish. Both feature LED lights that blink in unison with the movement of their tails. Hexbugs is introducing a


‘robotics revolution’ with VEX Robotics, a range that allows users to get creative. The high tech kits give consumers the chance to build and programme their favourite jumbo-sized Hexbug, and these robots can run in autonomous mode or driver-controlled mode. Nuremberg will also play host to the latest version of the Nano, the Nano V2, which can now climb vertically thanks to three rubber spines on its back. Hexbug and Nano technology has been combined to create Tagamoto, a range of motorised micro-sized cars. Using a new code reading system, these vehicles react to codes on the road with lights, sounds and movement. Hexbug: Hall 12, Stand I-02 Innovation First: Hall 12, Stand E40, D41


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HORNBY HOBBIES Hornby is bringing a range of different brands to the show. Pocher model kits will be debuted, while Scalextric is launching a new Cops ‘n’ Robbers set, as well as The Simpsons Micro Scalextric toy. Away from the track, Airfix is adding two new Quick Build products to its portfolio in the Bugatti Veyron and the Lamborghini Aventador. The company will also


be showcasing new lines from Humbrol and Corgi. Hall 7, Stand E-40, D-41


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HOBBY HEADZ Hobbyheadz is bringing a little bit of fantasy to the world of scooters with a range of furry friends that attach firmly on to scooters. Away from life on two wheels, Hobby Headz can be attached to the back of a chair, onto schoolbags or snuggled up in bed. Stand B-04-3


sewn together with elastic webbing. The provided the user with complete protection from the springs and frame. Elsewhere in the outdoor sector, the Plum Premium collection has been extended to include Premium Wooden Football Goals, available in two sizes and made from premium quality European Spruce for optimum thickness, durability and strength. Plum is also expanding its indoor range in 2014, with the company looking to expand the line in a bid to ‘bring a fresh look to the wooden toy category’. Hall 8, Stand A08


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