This time it's all about creativity and board games for the whole family. Here's part three of the toy fair recap, presenting the novelties of Schipper, Noris, Zoch and Undercover.
Schipper Painting by Numbers has started its first partnership with a world-famous artist: Miguel Freitas likes to paint in a cheerful and colourful style. Schipper’s latest range – converted into templates for amateur painters – includes “Little Red Citroën”, “Holiday Memories”, “European Melody” and “The Big Apple”.
The little beaver Timber Timmy is an expert at stacking logs. Who can oust him from the throne? This action-packed game from Noris is designed for two to four players aged 3 and above.
Zoch’s new dice game offers non-stop fun for all the family. The action-packed game is designed for 2 to 4 players, who have to assemble as many robots as possible using the multicoloured tiles.
In Panic Island, the players travel to an idyllic island. The game is designed for 1 to 8 players aged 8 and above. When a volcano erupts, the players have two minutes to complete a hectic memory game and save the island's indigenous inhabitants, dodos and their eggs.
Go on a journey to the Wild West with the new “Spirit” collection from Undercover! The new range of bags, rucksacks and creative sets inspired by the DreamWorks animation series Spirit Riding Free promises to bring the exciting world of mustang adventures to kindergartens, schools and homes. Highlights include a glitter tattoo set with colourful pens. Scooli’s “Campus Fit Pro” school bag is spacious, comfortable and practical. Parents will be impressed by the ergonomic design, while children are sure to love the “Spirit” motif. Other products include a sports bag, pencil cases and a lunch box inspired by Lucky and the Mustangs.