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01253 778 888 | HTI has over 120 new lines launching across new and existing brands and ranges. New for 2014 is the Barbie & Me Colour Change Glam Bag, to be TV

advertised from Autumn 2014. Also new are the Barbie & Me Cupcake Creations and Ice Cream Creations sets, a Sweet Stylin’ Hair Rollers Set and Hair Band Designer Set. The new Tonka Town Air Rescue Set will be TV advertised from Autumn

2014. In the new range of My Little Pony cases, each has unique tooling

relevant to each character. A new Transformers vehicle track sets range includes the Optimus

Prime Challenge Track Set. The range of Max Steel bikes, scooters, streetboard, skateboard, skates and helmets features graphics and metallic colours. The Hello Kitty range has been refreshed with new colourways and packaging artworks. The beauty and cosmetics range includes a new Beauty Clutch Bag, Lips and Nail Polish Set, Hair Colour Sticks, Kitty shaped Cases containing cosmetics, nail care and jewellery accessories as well as a Dressing Table with cosmetics. HTI also offers products for Doc McStuffi ns, JCB, Mamas & Papas, and its own non-licensed lines, Teamsterz, Massey Ferguson, Rïpp, EVO, Smart, Cosy Village and Razzle Dazzle.

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01904 720 908 | IMC Toys will be showcasing its new Invizimals toy range at Nuremberg. Invizimals can only be seen and captured through Augmented Reality. This technology is a key feature of the video games and the forthcoming TV series, and will also be used to bring the toys to life. IMC Toys’ range features interactive special features. Hero products include the Alliance Base and Temple of Light playsets, complete with traps and secret compartments. The line-up includes action fi gure packs, blind bag collectable fi gures and a Z-Comm wristwatch that features fl ashing lights and sounds. The VIP Pets

collection consists of six pets who are best friends and have different coloured manes of hair to brush and style, and come with exclusive accessories. The IMC Toys plush range of animals continues with Tam Tam the

Orangutan and Lucy the interactive dog. Tam Tam gives different reactions depending on where he is tickled; the more he laughs, the redder his face gets. Lucy is a soft interactive puppy that obeys voice commands. There are also new additions to IMC’s licensed lines that will be on the



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01235 555 545 | The new Toot-Toot Drivers Fire Station features a fl ip-up launcher for emergency speed, working fi re alarm, rolling fi re hydrant, sliding lift, and an opening and closing door. This playset includes a small Toot-Toot fi re engine, nine interchangeable track pieces, and three interactive SmartPoint locations.

Another addition to the range is the Toot-Toot Drivers Police Station with

alarm sounds, spinning roundabout and a jail. The Police Car includes three songs, six melodies and realistic sound effects. The Police Station includes fi ve SmartPoint locations. The InnoTab 3S has the standout Kid Connect app created by VTech, a safe way for kids to connect their InnoTab 3S to their parents’ device. New software and apps for InnoTab will be released throughout the year. New titles include Disney’s Sofi a the First, Nickelodeon’s Bubble Guppies, Toot- Toot Drivers Phonics and Cody and Cora Handwriting. The software library exceeds over 20 titles and there are hundreds of apps available to download from VTech’s Learning Lodge. There is also a growing library of chart music titles available including One Direction, Little Mix and Union J. InnoTab will be supported by TV advertising throughout 2014. There will be new range additions to the KidiCreative line, as well as a special launch to the Girls’ market, a fi rst for VTech.

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