WowWee’s Dancing DJ uses baby shark to encourage you to dance along to the song. It motion senses your dance speed to encourage you on.
The FunkoVerse game looks like great fun for people who’d enjoy a visual version of pen-to-paper Dungeons & Dragons or the card-type Magic the Gathering.
Playmates Toys brings you Frozen 2 Figures that move, blink and interact with each other. It’s almost like a Choose Your Own Adventure book with narration.
Go Fun Face makes animal face masks – with a great balance between comfort, fun and practicality!
Comedian Jeff Foxworthy’s new picture game “See What I Mean?!”
In addition to a special Pacman Tamagotchi game for Pacman’s 40th anniversary, Bandai America guides us through their products for 2020.
You get the Klikbot hero and sidekick, a smartphone tripod, and a free downloadable app for you to create your own stop-motion video stories!
Playfoam Pluffle moves slowly like a thick liquid. It’s foam with life of its own – dry to the touch, but slides and moves like it’s not.
Zax, a foam-made axe by Zing is great fun to throw – it sticks to walls, windows, your fridge, and maybe even someone’s pudgy face.
Razor’s new electric version of the Ripstik gives you up to 10 mph of speed which you can call forth with a handheld controller.