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Innovation First International


HEXBUG will be showcasing its latest lines including a range of new micro robotic creatures, Tagamoto cars that react to codes on the road and VEX Robotics. The Hexbug


Strandbeast features an eight-legged walking mechanism and is available in five translucent colours. Its two-channel infrared


remote control can be used to operate each side of the Strandbeast’s legs independently.


Hexbug Battling Spiders are the first


mechanical Hexbug designed for two-person


play. The sci-fi battling robots with two-channel infrared remote control are fuelled with a futuristic voice, sound effects, a battle-hardened deco and hi-tech life sensor that measures each hit. The Hexbug Aquabots have


expanded to include two new body styles, the Hammerhead Shark and Angelfish. They also now feature LED lights that blink in coordination with the movement of the tail. The VEX Robotics collection of tool-less robotic kits allows fans to build and program their favourite jumbo-sized Hexbug. They can run in autonomous or driver controlled mode. The latest version of the Nano can now climb vertically, while the Tagamoto micro- sized cars combine patented Hexbug Nano motion technology with a new code reading system. This allows the vehicles to read and react to codes on the road with lights, sounds and movement. 01925 453144


Papo UK


PAPO’S next launch of new figurines reflects the detail, realism and creativity for which the firm has become renowned. The new releases will inspire continued adventures with animals from various ranges – Wild Animal Kingdom, Marine Life, Dog and Cat Companions, Horses, Foals and Ponies,


Farmyard Friends and The Dinosaurs. A roaring lion is one of the latest introductions to the Wild Animal Kingdom line. Additionally, several new characters will be launched


to inspire the imagination of children, ranging from Galactic Adventures to Fantasy World, from The Medieval Era to The Enchanted World, not to mention famous Pirates and Corsairs. One of the new characters is the Huntress.


To support the play value of the whole collection, Papo has increased its wooden environment range to support each theme. The company will


launch two new wooden


environments for 2014 – a zoo to complement the Wild Animal Kingdom collection and a small farm for the Farmyard Friends range. 01564 784969


Destination Board Games


DESTINATION Downton Abbey (£24.95) is the latest addition to the firm’s range. As maid or footman,


players have to complete the tasks they are given as quickly and efficiently as possible. Starting in the Servants’ Hall, each player is dealt


Destination cards which have


varying values indicated


by the number of bells on the card. This relates to how important or difficult the task is.


The player must then


navigate their way around the corridors and stairs of the Abbey, throwing the dice to determine how many moves


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they can make. Once they reach the destination of a task, they collect their bell tokens and the next player throws the dice to set off for the next job. However, along the way a player can land on a ‘Carson Card’


space, which


could either help


or hinder them. On other spaces, the players may have to collect a ‘Letter’ which could call them away from the Abbey, slowing them down or costing them bells. The winner is the player who has completed all of their jobs and collected the most bells.


023 9270 4040 Cheeky Rascals


CHEEKY Rascals is launching a brand new range of beach toys from Quut, a Belgian design company. Quut has taken traditional beach toys such as the bucket and spade and turned the design on its head – spherical ‘buckets’, multi purpose shovels and water toys that double as rakes are just a few of the products that visitors to the stand can


expect to see. Meanwhile, Ballo is a


sphere that is designed to hold water, while Scoppi is described as just what is needed for digging the biggest trenches and


scooping the most sand. Children should use both hands and feet for a full digging experience and use the pull out sand tray to sieve and play. In addition, Triplet is a rake, sand sieve and shovel all in one. Cheeky Rascals will also be


showcasing Scooter Lights, made by hi-vis experts Proviz. The LED lamps have stretch silicon bands that can clip on to all scooter frames. They are available in pink, blue and yellow. Finally, Label Label is a


range of plush toys and games in a range of baby- friendly designs. 01730 895761


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