Portal 2 PotatOS Science Kit

by Edwin

What are some of the memories that you carry around from playing Portal 2? For some of us, it would be toting the PotatOS around the test facility, where you felt this unnatural bond as though you were kindred spirits, never mind that this is not the case. Well, for folks who skipped the children’s Science Fair at Aperture Labs, here is something that might just redeem your absence – …

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c-Jump Computer Programming Board Game

by Edwin

Some parents wish that they could live out their dreams through their kids, for instance, a pilot might want his son to enrol in the same school that he did when he was a wee lad, charting the son’s life path before he even knows what a Pokemon is. I say let your kids discover for themselves what their lot in life is, you cannot simply force someone to live …

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Lightnight Reaction for some shocking gaming sessions

by Edwin

If you want to develop lightning quick reflexes, training with an enraged snake (the more poisonous the better, since it will up the ante) will definitely do that, but for a far less risky venture, you might want to check out the $29.99 Lightnight Reaction. This particular shocking party game will see the losers get a nice zap to their hands, definitely not a feeling that any of us would …

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HappiTaps merge toy and app genres together

by Edwin

Everything is getting converged these days as we push ourselves to do far more than what we were originally meant to do. I still remember back in the day where we actually had to make sure everything was in place before leaving the house, as no one carried cell phones back then. If a friend and I were to agree to meet at 6pm at a particular place, we made …

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Four Shared Cube – Lite Brite

by Edwin

Are you just bursting with creative juices that you just need to find an avenue to let it all out? You might want to consider the $29.99 Four Shared Cube – Lite Brite then, as this little puppy allows you to conjure up your very own lighted artwork with another 3 friends to assist you. Boasting three hundred pegs, 8 pattern sheets as well as a quartet of blank sheets, …

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Rocking And Rolling Elmo for this Christmas

by Edwin

Forget about tickling Elmo – here is the $79.95 Rocking And Rolling Elmo from Hammacher that comes in an animatronic plush model, where he will actually play his very own instruments as well as make music with his vocal chords. Some of his musical equipment include a microphone, tambourine, and a couple of bongo drums. Not only that, he is smart enough to tell the difference between one and another …

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Origami Baby Stroller can fold by itself

by Mark R

In Up in the Air, George Clooney advises his protege not to follow someone with a stroller through airport security, as he has “never seen a stroller that has taken less than thirty minutes to take down”. That is an exaggeration, but as someone who once purchased a folding stroller, that is about how long it took me to learn how to fold one. Fortunately, the 4moms Shop has come …

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LittleBits for the little engineer in your home

by Edwin

When it comes to your kids, do you want them to live out your dream, or do you prefer them to pursue their very own dreams and ideas instead? I know that it can get pretty hard if you and three generations before you have been running a bakery, and here comes your tiny tot who wants to be an engineer when he grows up. I say, forget about following …

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