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Spielwarenmessepreview Tomy Hall 12.2 Stand P11


020 8722 7300 | www.tomy.co.uk Tomy’s infant and toddler range will see new toys and a packaging overhaul in 2014. The Winnie the Pooh nursery and infant range will also have new packaging, and will become the lead brand under the new Disney Baby umbrella. New additions include the Winnie the Pooh Protect ‘n’ Play i-Case. Tomy is introducing Big City to its range of 1:16 scale construction toys. Introducing three new and exclusive Iveco vehicles, the strong plastic toys feature lights and sounds. A new range of highly detailed characters from the X and Y Pokémon game comes to


market early 2014. For pocket money toys, Tomy’s collectable range of licensed toys and accessories will continue into 2014 with new licences and concepts. The 2013 boys’ toy, Battroborg, will also launch new developments next year.


Revell GmbH


Revell: Hall 12.2 Stand 13 Hobbico: Hall 7A Stand D161


Worlds Apart Hall 7 Stand C21


08003 898 591 | www.worldsapart.com A new Go Glow has been added to the range. The motion-activated torch converts into a lamp that glows for two minutes, and features a glow in the dark topper. The new Go Glow is suitable for ages three plus and is set to be available in Disney Princess, Cars and Minnie and Mickey Mouse licences. Worlds Apart’s Home range is made of robust materials and provides multi-functional designs, with the Disney Planes licence coming in Spring/Summer 2014. A new range of Room Vinyls is launching in Autumn/Winter 2014 which will include a Door Vinyl with sound effect, a Vinyl which lights up when someone claps, and a Vinyl Light Switch Surround which glows in the dark. Extra stickers are included with each product and licences are set to include Disney Princess, Hello Kitty, Minnie Mouse, Cars and Thomas. Worlds Apart’s new range of Desk Top Role Play items are aimed at


children aged three years plus and use scenarios such as shopping and cooking. Children are able to play along following established learning cues involving their favourite characters.


01442 890 285 | www.revell.eu The Revell stand in Hall 12.2 will showcase ranges for the toy market, while the Hobbico stand in Hall 7A


specialises in the fast- growing hobby RC sector. The


Revell brand will showcase iconic


model kit licences with new tooling and has nearly 100 new land, sea and air releases in the pipeline. Revell’s releases include the exclusive Nano Quad, the entry-level Turaco


Micro Helicopter, the Quadro Shuttle, and several RC releases at entry-level price points including ready-to-run Mini Trucks, double-sided fl ip over buggies, and sturdy Mini Boats. A new high-end range of RC models will be unveiled by Hobbico. The Revellutions RC brand turns multi-format next year. The expanded range includes a police boat and 1:18 scale pick-up truck. Designed for 8-12-year-old boys, all models are ready-to-run with 2.4GHz technology and are fast, robust and dust- and water-resistant. A heavyweight marketing campaign through the year will feature Autumn TV advertising. The Revell plastic model kits brand introduces new releases in 2014 including the 1:24 Mini Cooper Gift Set, the 1:24 La Ferrari and VW Golf 1 GTI, the 1:24 Red Bull Racing Model Sets, the 1:144 Space Ship Two & Carrier White Knight Two from Virgin Galactic, and the limited edition Shuttle Launch Tower. Other highlights include the 1:144 US Navy Landing Ship and the newly-tooled 1:32 Spitfi re Mk II. The beginners range will be enhanced with Star Wars Easykits in new packaging. Revell’s newer brands include the X-Ray snap-together anatomy models. New additions will be on display including T-Rex and Mammoth.


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