Oppenheim Toy Portfolio 2011 Older Kid Winners

  • They say good things come in threes, but we're overachievers! We just had to give you a whole list, so check out all these ideas for gift inspiration. Our Gift Gurus are constantly scouting out products, and there's nothing they like more than sharing their new finds with you. Enjoy the show and share your favorites on Pinterest or Facebook! --
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  • Connect 4 Launchers
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    This classic game of four-in-a-row takes on a frenetic pace in the new connect 4, launchers edition. Players take part in head-to-head action as they try to aim, launch and connect their way to victory with a new, horizontal game unit that catches the launched checkers. Players aim, launch and connect their way to victory. Active twist on the game of four in a row. Head-to-head...
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  • Hot Wheels Wall Tracks Starter Set
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    Introducing the coolest new place to play—from the floor to the wall! Wall Tracks sets bring stunts, speed, turns and tricks to new heights. Kids can experience track play from an entirely new perspective—eye level. They can change stunts as they change their rooms!
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  • Gubs
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    Welcome to the enchanted world of the Gubs. Brothers Cole and Alex Medeiros crafted this unique card game that perfectly captures the essence of our company motto Games for the Infinitely Imaginative. From the richly detailed illustrations, to the whimsical array of cards, to the simple but compelling game play, Cole and Alex came up with a game that has all the trappings...
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  • Scrabble Turbo Slam
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    How fast can your family create words with Scrabble Turbo Slam? With this fast-paced game, players slap down cards to change the words on the table. Then, when the Turbo Slam unit sounds, the first to slam gets an action card! The only way to play this game is slap and slam!
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