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SHOW GUIDE SPIELWARENMESSE 2014


I-SPY i-Spy will be giving visitors to its stand a range of samples to try concerning the Gelli Baff and Magic Choc products. The Magic Choc line includes the


award winning Chocolate Picture Maker and Chocolate Model Making Kit. Visitors to the stand can have a go at creating and tasting the 100 per cent Belgian chocolate toys. Joining Magic Choc will be the Gelli


Baff range. The bath time toy transforms bath water into a thick colourful goo simply by adding the Gelli Baff powder into water. There is also no mess, thanks to a second ‘dissolver’ powder which turns the thick goo back to water which can be drained away with ease. Both the Magic Choc and Gelli Baff


ranges will have plenty of samples for visitors to take away. Hall 10.1, Stand C-13


WENTWORTH PUZZLES Following a successful 2013, Wentworth Puzzles is attending its fourth Nuremberg with ranges of both new and bestselling products in tow. Wentworth’s puzzle portfolio spans categories such as fine art, animals, nature, transport and places. Each puzzle is cut from 3mm wooden board derived


from sustainable sources and includes shaped pieces resembling everything from animals to flowers. Puzzles are packaged in a stylish cloth bag, as well as a presentation box. Wentworth Toys also has a 2014 Trade Catalogue


packed with images ‘guaranteed to frustrate and delight keen jigsaw puzzlers’. Foyer Hall 10


WOW Toys SCHLEICH


The Schleich stand will be brimming with the firm’s range of collectable hand-painted figures and play-sets.


2014 sees a further extension to Schleich’s World of History Knights collection, including six new figures each modelled in a fighting position complete with armour and weapons at the ready. The new knights also have


moveable arms and wrists, and horse riders will be magnetised to their horses for added play value. Knights can look forward to spending time in the new Big Knights Castle, a fortress with modular walls so kids can create different building arrangements. The Castle comes with a large working drawbridge, a dungeon with trap door and a secret entrance.


Joining the World of Nature


range is a new Horse Stable and several accessory sets, while the new licensed Peanuts characters will be unveiled with single characters including variations of Snoopy and Charlie Brown, as well as a selection of scenery packs. Hall 6, Stand B-20/C-21


148 January/February


A regular at Nuremberg, this year WOW Toys will be unveiling its new series of toys called Mini WOW, suitable from 12 months and up. The range of themed cars, complete with figures, has been designed to aid young children with ‘fine motor skills development, curiosity and imagination’. The line will also introduce young car fans to ideas around racing, the emergency services and construction. Cars in the Mini WOW range include race cars Izzy


and Ace, Jojo the ambulance, Blaze the fire truck, Jax the dump truck and Clay the cement mixer. All the toys are compatible with each other and mark the start of what WOW Toys is calling a ‘brand new world of Mini WOW yet to be discovered.’


Also launching this spring are the My Chirping Chick and My Dinky Dino eggs. The toy eggs crack open to reveal a removable chirping chick or a squeaking, cute baby dinosaur. Both toys are suitable from 12 months and are designed to encourage play and to help develop children’s early skills. Finally, WOW Toys will also be showcasing its popular 2-in 1 multipacks and 3-in-1 multipacks at Nuremberg. Suitable from 18 months and above, they include


Police Patrol Pals, Construction Crew, Sunshine Explorers, Dino Adventure, Girl’s Adventure and Emergency Rescue. Hall 12, Stand C-01-1


NECA NECA and WizKids is bringing a range of action figures, accessories, giftware, apparel, jewellery, costumes and home goods to Nuremberg. Product lines cover some of the biggest movies in recent years, including The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Pacific Rim, Marvel, DC, Godzillaand Planet of the Apes. A range based on upcoming sci-fi movie Divergentbrings fans authentic prop replica clothing recreated from actual screen-worn garments, while Neca is also celebrating The Simpsons’ 25th season with 25 figures of the show’s greatest guest stars. NECA also has a range of cable clinging figures called Scalers, based


on movies including Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, The Lord of the Rings, Alien, Predatorand Gremlins. Combining urban vinyl with the Mexican tradition of Dia de los Muertos are the Skele-Treks, are a new wave of collectible figures featuring different Star Trek characters. Finally, WizKids' Marvel Dice Masters is a dice-building strategy game. Hall 5, Stand C-59


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