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Jakpak flakes are fun to play. These are great educational toys for kids intellectual development, help them engage and build creativity at the same time.
You can play it by one or in groups and spend fun time with the family, friends or loved one.
These flackes toys can be combined into many patterns. Kids can learn colors and shapes while playing this interesting toy.
It is also a great gift for kids. No metter on their birthday or festival.

Name: Jakpak flakes(500pcs set)
Material: Non-toxic ABS
Condition: 100% Brand New.
Color: Multicolor
Weight(total): about 1.44lb(650g)
Package Included:
1x Jakpak flake Set(about 500pcs)
Please Allow 3-5 Pieces Error Due to Manual packing!!!
Recommended Age: 3 years and up.

This Product Contains Small Parts. Not for Children under 3 Years!
Children need to use in the adult guardianship!

90-days no questions asked satisfaction guarantee.
If you have any problems with our items or services, please feel free to contact Jakpak customer service. We will reply no more than 24 hours.

Purchasing Notes:
1. The actual colour of the product maybe different from the picture shown due to the different screen of display or reflecting light when shooting.
2. 0.1-0.5cm (1inch=2.5cm) error of measuring is a reasonable range due to different measurment methods.

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Product Features

  • Jakpak flakes toy is made of Non-toxic BPA free plastic(ABS). Sturdy, durable, safety and enviroment friendly.
  • Bright,vibrant colors makes this toy easy to attract kids attention. It is a perfect intellectual development toy to enhance childrens creativity.
  • 500Pcs, enough for you to release your imagination freely. These flakes can be combined into arbitrary shape, flowers, birds, house, and so on.
  • Suitable for all ages (3 and up) by one or in groups a great way to spend fun time with the family, friends or loved one.
  • Size: Diameter 3.3cm, Thickness 2.5mm (approx). Warrenty: 90-days no questions asked satisfaction guarantee.

Tiitans Return Roadburn Was Almost Chase, Plus More In New Early Photos

A new batch of photos being credited to Facebook user SunSon Son is giving us some extra looks at the just discovered wave 4 Legends Class figure Roadburn. While it had been readily identified as representing the Throttlebot Chase, this is reinforced as an image of the instruction insert shows it still carries that name! Otherwise, we get a better, close up look at the new head, and some side by side shots with Legends Bumblebee. Speaking of which, you can see our gallery of Titans Return Bumblebee to get a better look at the base mold Roadburn uses. Meanwhile, keep reading to see all the new pictures!

Hape – Early Explorer – Maple Wood Building Blocks

Spiraling towers reach new heights with these delightful Maple Blocks from Hape toys! Kids will spend hours delighted as they discover their own engineering ingenuity. Perfect for time spent one on one with parents, as well as for social play with friends, or even imaginative time alone. These sturdy and well-designed blocks are the perfect first block set for babies and toddlers, with style designed to endure. These wood toy blocks are intended to promote dexterity, hand-eye coordination, and fine motor skills. Durable child safe paint finish and solid wood construction make this a toy your child will love for years to come. Hape toys stimulate children through every stage of development and help nurture and develop their natural abilities. All Hape products sold in North America meet or exceed all applicable safety standards.

Product Features

  • 50 piece brightly colored wood block set
  • Includes canvas bag for easy storage
  • Perfect first block set for babies and toddlers
  • Non-toxic finishes and child safe materials
  • For ages 12 months – 3 years

GINOVO® Wooden Geometric Stacker , Pegboard Building Block Board Stacking Shape Sorter for Kids Early Education

Product Features

  • Made of high quality solid wood paint with eco-friendly paint.
  • Size: 11cm*11cm*7cm.
  • Explore patterns, fractals, shape-sorting and sequencing skill.
  • Enhancing mental focus, improving memory and exploring imagination.
  • Suitable for Children over than 3 years old, the best gift choice for kids.

Innovative Kids Green Start Early Learning Stacking & Nesting Blocks

A classic developmental toy, now made from Earth-friendly, recycled materials! Ten sturdy boxes to stack, build, and nest feature beautiful illustrations and enriching content for hours of fun and learning. Kids will love stacking the boxes to build a tower with tons to explore from every angle, then nesting them back inside one another. Kids will discover a different early-learning concept on each side! Learning letters, numbers, shapes, colors, and baby animals has never been so fun and easy!.

Product Features

  • A classic developmental toy, now made from Earth-friendly, recycled materials!
  • Ten sturdy boxes to stack, build, and nest feature beautiful illustrations and enriching content for hours of fun and learning
  • Kids will love stacking the boxes to build a tower with tons to explore from every angle, then nesting them back inside one another
  • Kids will discover a different early-learning concept on each side! Learning letters, numbers, shapes, colors, and baby animals has never been so fun and easy!
  • Oppenheim Toy Portfolio: Best Book Award

Collectors' Club Holiday Sale Starts Early – Individual Pieces Available From 2013 Machine Wars Set

TFCC has emailed its members to let them know that the holiday sale has started early! Particularly of note are that individual figures from the 2013 Machine Wars boxset are currently available, as are figures from Fun Publications’ e-Hobby partners- figures such as the Transformers Cloud line. Keep reading for the email text and a link!

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Early Edition: Action Henk

While I’m not entirely sure about action figures sporting exposed beer bellies, I am quite positive that RageSquid’s Action Henk is shaping up to be a rather fun time. Having entered Early Access just under a week ago, Action Henk actually made its initial debut as a two-month experiment for an event back in 2012. Its gestation has been well spent, as it is a game to keep your eye on.

Action Henk actually gins up a fair amount of nostalgic gaming sensations, mostly because of its simplicity, though its aesthetic certainly helps. You play as an action figure named Henk and you are to traverse obstacle courses comprised of toy car tracks, wooden blocks, and an imaginary lava floor turned all too real in what appears to be a kid’s room. And for all the challenges to overcome, you are only equipped with the ability to run, jump, and slide on your butt. (You gain gadgets, too, but we’ll get to that later.)

The game’s framework is structured very similarly to something like a Trials game. You pick your figure (variations of the standard Henk or Betsy, the only other playable character in this version), pick your course, and set out to get a bronze, silver, or gold medal. As you earn medals, you unlock more levels as well as the ability to challenge the aforementioned Betsy to unlock her.

Along the way, there are checkpoints, though they’re really only useful when you’re learning a particular level. When you actually get going, the game is wholly about momentum. If you can, you’re better off jumping entirely over small inclines. Sliding down hills on your tush is the best way to build up speed, but sliding otherwise will slow you to a stop.

In the beginning, it’s all about maximizing technique. Instead of holding the jump button, you just tap it so you can catch the top of the decline for even more sliding surface. It’s a mostly addictive exercise, restarting eventually becoming easier than quitting, settling you down for just a few (dozen) more attempts.

The fun (and frustration) really builds when you start racing medal ghosts, learning tricks for shaving off fractions of a second and trying them out yourself. It’s incredibly satisfying when you cognitively understand a somewhat advanced move and then finally pull it off somehow better than the ghost, pushing you to try one more and really tinker with the mechanics of the game.

Action Henk

It all really opens up, however, in the second block of levels when the hookshot gets introduced. It always points forward and towards the ceiling at a 45-degree angle, and with the press of a button, it fires off and sticks until you let go or you hit another surface. It’s quite the interesting tool because instead of you min-maxing the surfaces laid out for you, you now control a device that effectively generates momentum for you.

It really trades height for speed if you use it right, slinging straight with rapid hook releases instead of taking a single, massive swing over an unjumpable chasm. It turns the lax portions of the early stages where you simply run into exciting segments of interaction and engagement. Combining the technical precision offered by its initial simplicity with the freedom of the hookshot is a brilliant move.

But the really crazy thing happens towards the end of the second block of courses (and the completely incomplete WIP chunk where medals and the like haven’t even been implemented): the game gets tricky. Difficult, even. Instead of just figuring out how to get the most speed out of an obstacle, you are figuring out how to just get past it. It’s nice to see a game not afraid to be frank with its deviousness.

Action Henk

In fact, at the end of the WIP levels, there’s an Ultimate Test that is supremely punishing. The first jump, for instance, took me well over a dozen attempts to clear, and that was after the previous few dozen trying to figure out how to even do it. It not only requires incredible precision but a deep understanding of how the game works (and what feels like the teensiest bit of imagination). Someday.

Action Henk, however, is very much an Early Access game. It might even better be called an Earliest Access game. In addition to the entirely experimental block of levels, it also only features those other two tiers. In all, it probably takes about half an hour to run through all of them. Perhaps not master or even do well on all (or any) of them, but you can see everything the game has to offer in under an hour.

For $9.99, that may seem a bit of an absurd offer. And it totally is, but the potential here is significant. After I spent an afternoon running train on its diminutive offerings, I woke up the next day and played it again. It’s a setup that hard to resist, putting the opportunity to master something so close but forcing you to work for it.

Action Henk

Action Henk is set to be in Early Access for six or so months, during which it’ll add more levels, characters, and gadgets. If that intrigues you, then go for it. Personally, I’m interested in seeing where this ends up.

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It’s not bad luck to peek at Clayz’s Saber Bride early

Clayz has released some in-progress photos of the prototype for its upcoming Fate/EXTRA CCC Saber Bride… and, well, she looks all white.

The sculpting looks like it’s coming along great. The nice thing is that Clayz has opted for a less exploitative look for the character, given the decision to leave that zipper up. Otherwise Clayz has gone with a neat pose for the character and I’m looking forward to seeing this one painted.

Be sure to check out the gallery for additional images.

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