Vidatoy Nest Cup Sounding Toy Hexagon Rainbow Tower Stacking Stack Up Editional Toy 11 Pcs (Random Color)

How to play:
Multiple ways to play! Children love to fit them together, to stack them up to build a tower, to put things in them and take them out, to turn them over and hide things underneath.
Parents teach the letters and numbers printed on the cups.
Children shake the tower and make sounds.

Product Features

  • Material: nontoxic plastic
  • Dimension: 5.9″ x 3.1″ x 3.1″
  • Includes 10 pcs colorful hexagon baskets,1 pc bear design head .
  • Bell in the head to make sounds.
  • Vidatoy is a registered brand, all rights reserved

Keten Magnetic Building Blocks Set-Upgraded Magnetic Construction Stacking Toys for Children over Three Years Old [52pcs]

As one of the most popular magnetic building blocks toys in 2016, this is your best choice for your children with the best material used. Rainbow colors build eye catching designs that appeal to boys and girls of ages over 3-year-old.


–It is an excellent imagination-stimulating toy for both babies and adults.
–You can start by trying to make the objects in the ideas book comes with the set and then go to youtube to find they show you how to do 3D balls and some of the more difficult shapes.
–With 52pcs including hexagon, there’re more possibilities.
–It’s great for those looking to take the next step in creativity.


Color: Random Rainbow Color
Material: Plastic, magnetic materials 
Suitable for: Children over three years old 

Package list:
12 x Triangle
24 x Square
2 x Hexagon
8 x Ferris Wheel Bracket
6 x Cards.
1 x Building Ideas Booklet

Product Features

  • Learn With Play: This Magmatic Blocks is a unique tool for the babies to enrich their intelligence and imaginations. The rainbow colors are more appealing and vibrant.
  • Endless Possibilities: From magic ball, rocket, animals to buildings, it’s amazing at what came out of your imagination and how you did things in an alternative way.
  • Open Ended Play: Go to youtube to find they show you how to do 3D balls and some of the more difficult shapes. You can create a variety of models with the hexagon added.
  • Quick Clean Up: It’s super easy to clean them up since they all stick together. It’s a perfect activity for anytime or place.
  • What’s In The Box: 12pcs triangle, 24pcs square, 2pcs hexagon, 8pcs Ferris wheel bracket and 6pcs cards.

Little Tikes Scoot Around Animal Ride-On – Elephant

Young toddlers can ride, walk and play with the Scoot Around Animals – Elephant! In addition to riding, this fun 3-in-1 activity foot-to-floor ride-on delivers fun ball drop play, features a handle for kids to engage in walker mode, and offers plenty of storage space under the seat and the Elephant’s mouth. Product Features: • Durable 3 in 1 foot-to-floor ride-on for kids • Sit & ride, stand and walk, or play with ball drop activity • Easy kid-powered riding toy for toddlers • Perfect handle to help push and walk • Cute blue Elephant that kids will love • Three colorful balls for ball drop activity • Extra storage space under seat and animal’s mouth • Ages: 1-3 years

Product Features

  • Adorable elephant 3-in-1 ride-on encourages toddlers to scoot, walk and play
  • Easy kid-powered riding toy for toddlers
  • Perfect handle for kids to engage in walker mode
  • Includes 3 colorful balls to drop in elephant’s trunk
  • Extra storage space under seat and animal’s mouth

Remote Control Helicopter Landing Pad – Complete Edition – LED Lights Installed – Suitable for RC Helicopters, Quadcopters, Drones, Syma Helicopters


Are you an avid remote helicopter pilot and looking for something to help practice your landing skills?

Do you ever fly at night and need somewhere to land your delicate RC helicopter safely in the dark? 

The Eagle Pro Helipad for radio control helicopters is the ideal solution for you! Made from high quality plastic, this RC Helipad is manufactured from solid, high quality plastic, and consists of a main elevated landing platform, 4 side panels and 4 legs which assemble to form a sturdy lifelike helipad.

It contains LED lights which brightly illuminate the RC Helipad at night, for a clear, safe landing. Aside from its’ great look, the RC Helipad provides a safe, sturdy landing spot for Quadcopters and RC helicopters, and can transform any soft surface into a landing spot, protecting your expensive helicopter remote control from unsafe landing zones. 

The RC Helipad can accommodate helicopters up to 25″ long, and several can be assembled together to land larger craft.

– Assembled from high quality plastic; safe, strong landing spot for RC helicopters, quadcopters and drones.
– Personalizable with 33 included stickers, including Urban, Medivac and Air Force sticker designs.
– 4 high powered LEDs for easy low light landings.
– 4 elevated legs, transforming unstable ground into a solid landing spot.
– 12 month manufacturer’s warranty and lifetime guarantee.

If you’re looking for the ideal product to safely land your RC helicopter, the Eagle Pro Helipad is ideal. Suitable for soft ground and low light landings, this Helipad is a great gift for any avid RC pilot.

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Product Features

  • PERFECT SIZE: Suitable for any RC helicopter up to 25 inches in length. Say goodbye to landing on random objects in your living room and land your radio control helicopter in style on the Eagle Pro Helipad.
  • SUITABLE HELICOPTERS: All Syma Helicopters & Quadcopters, Hubsan Quadcopters, Eachine Quadcopters, Holy Stone Quadcopters, Lutema and More
  • AWESOME NIGHT TIME FLYING: With 4 powerful LEDs built in, you can perform night time landings. Turn off the lights and experience the exhilaration of real life night time landings with the Eagle Pro Helipad.
  • PERSONALIZE YOUR HELIPAD: Personalize your helipad using the 33 decal stickers included with each helipad. Choose between Urban, Medivac or Airforce as well as a bunch of replica warning stickers.
  • SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: We offer a 12 month Warranty and 100% Money Back Guarantee. No questions asked, we look after our customers.

LEGO Star Wars 75095 Tie Fighter Building Kit

Build the iconic Star Wars TIE Fighter with opening top hatch, display stand, fact plaque and minifigure. This large-scale LEGO-brick rendition of the classic Imperial Starfighter has intricate detailing. The Ultimate Collector Series TIE Fighter is the perfect addition to your Star Wars collection!

Product Features

  • Includes a TIE Fighter Pilot minifigure with a blaster pistol
  • Features an opening top hatch; includes a display stand and informative fact plaque
  • The perfect flagship model for fans of Star Wars and LEGO brick building
  • Collect one of the most iconic starships in the galaxy
  • TIE Fighter measures 18.5″ (47cm) high, 12″ (30.6cm) long and 12.2″ (31cm) wide

Trailer Roundup — Batman, Marvel’s The Defenders, And More

You guys still playing Pokémon Go? I’m surprised to see that for many people around the country, the answer is still a resounding Fuck Yes. It’s not that I don’t think it’s worth putting some time into it every once in a while, but I’m surprised so many players have stuck with it despite being hampered with unequivocally busted servers. But I wonder if some of the mystery driving the game is gone now that 1) folks have broken down the data and 2) some guy already caught them all.

Next week, however, will be a veritable deluge of games to take away your time from that or whatever else you’ve been doing (perhaps playing the excellent Furi?) Quadrilateral Cowboy finally comes out, as does Double Fine’s Headlander and the conclusion to Telltale’s Minecraft: Story Mode. And let’s not forget some of the biggest movie releases of the year like Jason Bourne and Bad Moms. (Go watch Star Trek Beyond now before it falls out of theatres!)

But that’s for later. This is for the now! For trailers! (Of things that will be in the far flung later, so, uh, whatever.)

Batman: The Telltale Series — World Premiere Trailer

My biggest question, one that I’ve had since this series was announced at The Game Awards, is what can Telltale bring to the table? We already know what they’re capable of as a studio, dipping between the dire and the joyous, and we know what Batman is capable of exploring as a character. There must be something new that Telltale wants to say about the storied caped crusader that we haven’t seen before.

Or at least that’s the hope. This trailer doesn’t show much that would give that away, but the promise at the SXSW panel was that there would be more Bruce Wayne stuff than Batman stuff, including the possibility to wholly excise the mask from the game. That does sound interesting, so we’ll see. The first episode “Realm of Shadows” comes out for, like, every platform on August 2, 2016.

Upsilon Circuit — Indiegogo Campaign Video

I’ve rarely heard as interesting an ideas as Upsilon Circuit. I think it was at last year’s SXSW I saw it (or maybe it was a PAX?) and had I not been familiar with the developers Robot Loves Kitty from the super slick Legend of Dungeon, I might have ignored it. But that would have been a mistake.

The premise, if you didn’t watch the Indiegogo video above, is that you take the role of either a viewer or a player in a single global instance of one singular multiplayer action RPG. If you are a viewer, you can impact the elements that the players will face Hunger Games-style. If you are one of the eight players, you try to reach the end. But if you die, that’s it. You don’t play again. Pretty cool, right? Check it out if you’re so inclined.

NES Classic Edition

Wow, definitely forgot that this was announced, and that was barely a week ago. It was news that largely passed my field of view and kept on going. It was neat, but its impact on my life was almost null despite my love for a great number of the included games.

After seeing this trailer, though, I’ve gotta say, I think I want one. It totally won me over in its short 44 seconds. Seeing the attitude and aesthetic and era of it all makes me miss those simple, blocky times. Besides, I’ll never say no to playing Metroid again. It will be available on November 11, 2016, for $59.99.

BrightLocker — Grand Finals

Okay, so that trailer isn’t strictly speaking a recent one, but it does explain what BrightLocker is. I’m going to guess you’re either going to skip the video and read this or skip this block entirely, so let me break it down for you: instead of crowdfunding, you participate in crowdpublishing, so you’ll be voting on what gets funded and developed. And during development, you get to give input on how it gets made and maybe even get royalties.

On one hand, that sounds pretty neat. I love the idea of getting regular people more exposed and educated on what goes into pitching and then designing/programming/releasing a game. On the other hand, coming from a background where uninformed input is the bane of my existence, that sounds awful for the developers. Anyways, the finals just started and go on until August 5, so you have until then to vote on what gets made.

Marvel’s The Defenders — SDCC Teaser

This is the definition of a teaser trailer. Here’s what we see: some logos. Here’s what we hear: Nirvana’s “Come as You Are” and a man deliver two lines. That man, I’m guessing, is Stick from Daredevil, but who can really say. (I can. I’m telling you it’s Stick.)

It will be the union of Netflix’s little slice of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Daredevil and Jessica Jones while setting up Luke Cage and Iron Fist, both of which also got trailers at San Diego Comic-Con. And really, those are the ones worth watching (they both have really fitting showrunners). The Defenders and Iron Fist land sometime in 2017 while Luke Cage premieres on September 30, 2016.

The Lost Arcade — Trailer #1

Good god this trailer is evoking some deep, trampled emotions in me. I grew up in arcades just like Chinatown Fair. They were dirty and grimy and felt just barely safe enough to where I could go and my parents wouldn’t mind so long as I didn’t tell them beforehand. (Forgiveness versus permission, am I right?) The modern era of arcades are, umm, artificial, I guess.

So-called “barcades” are always more bar than arcades, players garnering dirty looks from the folks buying shots in bulk. Restaurant arcades are always filled with new, shiny machines, lacking the intrigue of old. The loss of arcades like Chinatown Fair, basically, is a tragedy. And if this documentary captures that cultural failing, both its forlorn beauty and heartbreaking diminishing, then it definitely has my attention.

Godzilla Resurgence — Trailer #2

Listen, okay, I thought 2014’s Godzilla from Gareth Edwards, writer/director of the terrific Monsters and director of the upcoming Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, was just okay. I definitely didn’t hate it, but I thought it had a lot to do to make it at all compelling. It was just…okay.

But for all the muddled aspirations it had as a film that would carry forward the monstrous name and monster in the Western canon, the wholly Japanese Godzilla Resurgence is more a comprehensively dour and dark deliverance of what made the originals so engaging. Which is to say you get to see a lot of a giant monster stomping on buildings while the military shoots things at it. It premieres on July 29, 2016, in Japan. (It’s also the 31st film in the Godzilla franchise and Toho’s third(!) reboot of the franchise.)

Kentucky Route Zero, Act IV — Observational Trailer

Yeah. Wait, correction: YEAH. Let me lay out the timeline of this episodes series for you. Act I comes out in January of 2013, a mere four months before Act II releases (and they were good). But then it’s a whole year until Act III hits computers in May of 2014 (and wins the GDC Award for Best Narrative). That’s right: it’s been over two years since we last saw a fresh episode of Kentucky Route Zero.

So you can probably understand why I’m just fucking psyched for this thing. It’s a weird sort of rage hype. Not angry, per se, but just ready to unleash all of this forgotten and pent up aggression for not having closure on this game for the past two years and that we won’t get for another, well, hopefully not another two years. Give me Act V already!

Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 — Announcement Trailer

Fuck. Yes.

Comes out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in September 2016.

Bandai Hobby HGUC RX-78-2 Gundam Revive Model Kit, 1/144 Scale

The original Gundam, revived 35 years later! This new version of the first Gundam maintains roughly the same number of parts as its 2001 predecessor, but features 1.5 times more movability allowing easy reproduction of iconic poses from the Gundam TV series.

Product Features

  • Utilizing the Kusabi (wedge) gate system, it allows removal of the runner without a noticeable nub mark
  • Includes beam rifle, shield, beam sabers, bazooka
  • Runner x5, sticker, Instructions
  • Product bears official Bluefin Distribution logo ensuring purchaser is receiving authentic licensed item from approved US retailer
  • Bluefin Distribution products are tested and comply with all US consumer product safety regulations and are eligible for consumer support

Revell® SnapTite® Build & Play(TM) Star Wars(TM) Episode 7 Millennium Falcon(TM)

Based on the movie Star Wars Episode VII. Features battle action lights and sounds, retractable landing gear, movable laser cannons, positional antenna and lighted hyper drive motivator. Requires batteries: (3) LR44 (Included). No tools, paint or glue needed for assembly.

Product Features

  • Fun and easy to build, 19 piece model kit snaps together in minutes.
  • Realistic action battle sounds
  • Hyperdrive that lights up
  • Functional landing gear, movable laser canons, and possitionable antenna
  • This kit is recommended for children 6 years and up.