Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends Adventures, Merlin The Invisible

A collection of durable, die-cast train Thomas & friends engines and vehicles featuring plastic connectors to connect to other Thomas & friends adventures train engines or tenders. Perfect for use with Thomas and friends adventures engines, tracks and playsets (sold separately and subject to availability).

Product Features

  • Includes die-cast metal engines and vehicles
  • Features plastic Connectors to attach engines to cargo cars or tenders (sold separately and subject to availability)
  • Works on Thomas & friends adventures train tracks (sold separately and subject to availability)
  • Helps develop gross motor and sensory skills, and helps inspire imagination
  • Great addition or beginning to any Thomas collection!

Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends Adventures, Steelworks Hurricane

A collection of durable, die-cast train Thomas & friends engines and vehicles featuring plastic connectors to connect to other Thomas & friends adventures train engines or tenders. Perfect for use with Thomas and friends adventures engines, tracks and playsets (sold separately and subject to availability).

Product Features

  • Includes die-cast metal engines and vehicles
  • Features plastic Connectors to attach engines to cargo cars or tenders (sold separately and subject to availability)
  • Works on Thomas & friends adventures train tracks (sold separately and subject to availability)
  • Helps develop gross motor and sensory skills, and helps inspire imagination
  • Great addition or beginning to any Thomas collection!

LEGO Creator 31053 Treehouse Adventures Building Kit (387 Piece)

Enjoy exciting adventures with this colorful 3-in-1 LEGO Creator model. Help the children build the treehouse. Lower the pulley to hoist up the planks, hammer the wood together and use the paint roller to add the final touches. When you’re done building, put your tools in the secret hiding place and hoist the treehouse flag! Use the squirt gun to ward off invaders and have fun looking after the tiny blue jay and the frog that live in the tree. Rebuild to create a cool clubhouse or an awesome tree fort.

Product Features

  • Features a colorful red-themed treehouse with ladder, hoist, telescope, flag, 2 lamps, secret compartment and a detailed interior with a treasure map, squirt gun, hammer, paint bucket, paint roller, unpainted plank of wood, chair and a cookie
  • 3-in-1 model: rebuilds into a clubhouse or a tree fort
  • Treehouse measures over 6″ (17cm) high, 10″ (26cm) wide and 5″ (13cm) deep
  • Clubhouse measures over 5″ (13cm) high, 7″ (18cm) wide and 5″ (15cm) deep
  • Tree fort measures over 7″ (20cm) high, 7″ (19cm) wide and 5″ (15cm) deep

Bubble Struggle: Adventures And The Ten-Year Revival

“If you are/were into online games, chances are you’ve played it.” Yeah, no kidding.

The game in question is Bubble Trouble, one of—if not the most—prolific Flash games to ever emerge. The quote is from its creator, Kresimir Cvitanovic. It’s a strange thing to bring up considering Bubble Trouble is now over 10 years old, but here’s the kicker: there’s a Kickstarter.

I know this is far from the norm here, posting about Kickstarters and regurgitating press releases and whatnot, but this intrigued me. If you haven’t heard about Bubble Trouble, then truly and honestly, I was not being hyperbolic when I was talking about its legacy. Its name is often said in the same breath as the likes of KickUps and Winterbells. This is like if Liam O’Donnell said he was making a sequel to Dinky Bomb.

No, I’m not asking you to back this project (though go right ahead if you want to) but this is such an…oddity. The inclusion of a story mode defies what I most appreciated about the original. And why so long to decide to make this? I have so many questions that you can be most assured that there will be a follow-up to this.

If nothing else, though, this is just me reminding you that you should play more Flash games at work.

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The Adventures of Isobelle Pascha Goes Latex x Furry Fetish by 3A Toys

“Fifty Shades of Toy”? And while this might not be the first time 3A Toys has stepped into the fetish world, this image combo of 1/6-scaled articulated figures essentially trumps all before, and with a heap dose of style and panache too! Throw in a little bit of fur, and genre-lovers might well see their toy-dreams made real! Hey, I’m not judging anyone here, it is just the joy of toys am

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