- Castle Fortaan has been taken over by the Goblin King. Your hero must make his way past the Goblin Warriors and Guardians to take back the castle.
- In the Caverns of Nathuz, you'll have to get through the giant bats to reclaim the Sceptre of Summoning from the Golem Lord.
- Waldurk Forest is invested with spiders and werewolves. Defeat them to reach the Dark Druid that holds the Chalice of Life.
- Defeat the Goblin General and his army to take back control of Draida Bay, where the monsters control the port and have cut off supply lines to the region.
Friday, September 23, 2011
Lego Heroica games tell a story about Heroes fighting to save the land of Heroica from the malicious Monsters who are terrorizing the land.
Visit Lego Heroica sets for all the details, including photos and lists of all the items and microfigures included with the games.
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Playskool Poppin' Park ball toys for babies and toddlers feature colorful designs and exciting, active play.
- Elefun elephant ball toy plays fun music while balls fly out the elephant's trunk and into the ears. Adjustable settings for age-appropriate interaction.
- Pound-N-Pop Carnival unpredictable actions with lights and songs each time baby pounds on the lever.
- Bounce and Ride riding toy with an inflatable ball and silly sound effects for bouncy fun.
- Roll-N-Pop Express Train rolls across the floor with balls popping out as baby chases and retrieves the balls.
- Fill-N-Spill Hippo rolls and bobs as balls fall out. Baby activates play by putting the balls in the hippo's back and giving him a push.
Monday, September 19, 2011
The Apptivity Case from Fisher-Price turns your iPhone or iPod Touch into a baby toy. The colorful Fisher-Price iPhone case has big, chunky handles that are easy to hold, and the phone is locked in the case behind a protective cover, so you can let your drooling baby play without worrying about the phone getting wet. The case also covers the Home button and volume control, preventing accidental dialing and other potential problems.
The Fisher-Price iPhone case has its faults. The phone is locked in, with all the controls obstructed, so it's not practical if you want to hand the phone over to your child for a quick distraction. Also, because all the controls are blocked, kids are stuck with one app until the case is unlocked again. If you want to let your baby or toddler play an app or watch a video without worrying about them breaking something or getting it dirty, however, this is a great product.
Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Apptivity iPhone Case