Saturday, November 14, 2015

Top 10 Toy Brands for Boys for Holiday 2015

These are the top toy brands boys will be writing to Santa about. Now keep in mind no two kids are exactly the same. Some girls like Ninja Turtles and some boys like Doll Houses. That is totally cool with me. 

10. Ugglys Pet Shop
It's the Ugglys Pet Shop - the totally sickest, most rudest and crudest pets yet! These collectible Uggly figurines are small in size but big on gross! This is a newer toy line and there are a total of 101 to collect. This line is not to be confused with the Littlest Pet Shop. You can buy the figure packages which usually have a couple disgusting pets hiding, or mystery figure packs. These toys and accessories can be found at Toys R Us, Target and Walmart.

9. Playmobil
Playmobil is a German toy company which features figure sets. There are many different themes to choose from. The newest theme for this year is their new Hockey theme. But currently the most popular theme with boys is the large line of Knights. Royal Knight’s Castle has a castle gate, drawbridge, grand defense-cannon and even a prison drop.  This castle is well-equipped to fend off even the fiercest of enemies. Brave knights can find all the gear they need to protect the king and queen in the upstairs armory. You can also get an awesome dragon set to go along with this theme.
Playmobil has a new Netflix series called Super 4. Which is a 3D animation series with 4 super heroes. Alex is a Knight from Kings Land, Ruby is a pirate from Gunpowder Island, Twinkle is a fairy from the Enchanted Island and Gene is a special agent from Techno Polis. These four super heroes come together to save the world.
This series is well crafted with beautiful scenes, enchanting story-lines and tons of action. Kids are sure to enjoy this mini-series.

8. Minecraft
Minecraft is a game about breaking and placing blocks. You start by building structures to protect against nocturnal monsters. In this game you can visit the terrible land of The Nether or venture over to a land of mushrooms. This game allows creative freedoms and encourages imagination.
This game now features a line of very popular toys including figure packs, plush figures and even Lego sets. This toy line is sure to be on many Santa Lists this holiday season.

7. Hot Wheels
Since 1968 Hot Wheels has been a popular collectible line among boys. Each vehicle is a scale representation of a variety of different makes and models. The line also includes race car tracks. Hot wheels now has movies, animated films and games.

6. Transformers
The Transformers are a line of toys produced by the Japanese company Takara and American toy company Hasbro. The premise behind the Transformers toy line is that an individual toy's parts can be shifted about to change it from a vehicle, a device, or an animal, to a robot action figure and back again. The taglines "More Than Meets The Eye" and "Robots In Disguise" reflect this ability.[1]
The Transformers toy line is typically divided into two main factions: the heroic Autobots and their opponents, the evil Decepticons also known in Japan as the Cybertrons and Destrons. Transformers toys are sold at a number of price points, and various Transformers series utilize unique play features.
There have also been a number of spin-offs based on the toys including a comic book series, an animated television series, and a feature-length animated movie. The original series program was followed by a number of spin-offs with varying levels of popularity. A live-action film series directed by Michael Bay has produced four films, with more planned.

5. Nerf
Nerf is a line of foam-based weaponry, but there are also several different types of Nerf toys, such as balls for sports like football, basketball, baseball, and others. Of course the most popular of the toys right now are the dart guns (referred to by Hasbro as "blasters") that shoot ammunition made from foam. Nerf products often feature bright neon colors and soft. This line continues to be very popular with boys.

4. Skylander
Skylanders is a toys-to-life role-playing video game series. Games in the series are played by placing character figures called the Skylanders on the "Portal of Power", a device that reads the figures' tags and "imports" the character represented by the figure into the game as a playable character. These figures and games remind me of Pokeman and have a large variety of figures to collect.

3. Ninja Turtles
This holiday we are sure to see a lot of popularity from TMNT toy line. These action figures, along with vehicles, playsets, and accessories, are becoming one of the top collectibles for children.
Featured off of the comic books, tv shoes, and movies, these toys come in all sorts of sizes and themes. Let your imagination go wild with these Mix-N-Match figures. Now kids can mix up the parts from their favorite characters.

2. Star Wars
This enormous franchise is centered on a film series created by George Lucas. It depicts the adventures of various characters "a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away", following the main story of Anakin Skywalker and his son Luke.
There are so many Star Wars toys that I don’t even know where to begin. You can find Lego sets, action figures in a variety of sizes, and even plush toys.
Star wars has been popular with boys young and old for many generations, and this year is no different. Star Wars toys are easy to find at almost every large retailer. ToysR US has a huge section dedicated to showcasing the large assortment of toys available this year.
   1. Lego
Lego is a line of plastic construction toys that are manufactured by The Lego Group, a privately held company based in Denmark. This line of toys consists of colorful interlocking plastic bricks accompanying an array of gears, figurines called minifigures, and various other parts. Lego pieces can be assembled and connected in many ways, to construct objects such as vehicles, buildings, and working robots.
The hottest Legos this year are most certainly the Star Wars sets, but there are several other sets that are sure to be a big hit this year including, Minecraft, The Hobbit, The Simpsons, and Ghostbusters.
Along with several licensed sets, there is a huge line of Lego City sets which features fun everyday themes such as a fire station, police station and boats.

They even have sets available for the older kids and is intended for the expert Lego builder and recommended for 16+. These sets are very expensive and require serious skill to assemble.  

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