Think of the VOXART click-tile construction set as Minecraft meets LEGO bricks, but in the real world. Featuring a patent pending quadrolock system on each piece that can easily be reassembled into art with an app. You’ll be able to copy or create your own builds using simple shapes or complex designs using the app, so searching for online tutorials won’t be necessary/.
It’s not as large as this Fairground Collection set, but the LEGO Ideas (21338) A-Frame Cabin is perfect for experiencing the slow life, and that’s why the company released a 2-hour video showing just that. This 2,082-piece set comes complete with a deck that lets you step right down into the great outdoors where you’ll find a woodshed and detailed trees, one of which is a home to a friendly squirrel.
At $825 USD, Sideshow’s DeLorean Time Machine figure by Hot Toys isn’t something you’d want to accidentally nudge off a desk, as this collectible was modeled after the vehicle seen in Back to the Future II. It measures 28-inches long and boasts functional gull-wing doors, LED lights, reactor cooling vents, flux capacitor, Mr. Fusion energy reactor, realistic tables, as well as foldable wheels.
Photo credit: NASA/Isaac Watson
ESA has Shaun the Sheep for their missions, while NASA’s Snoopy astronaut plush has just returned from the Artemis I mission. This zero-gravity indicator flew aboard Orion after being unpacked from his specially designed transport case. The beagle was secured inside Orion during the journey to the Moon and back to prepare for crewed missions.
Finally, the LEGO Ideas The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Temple of Time fan set has received 10,000 votes, despite the warning from the company banning submissions from the series. It is now in review and consists of 3,000-pieces including one Minifigure as well as two brick-built characters.
We know it’s possible to play Elden Ring with one of these toys, and apparently, there are many more uses for the Fisher Price controller, including turning it into a functional Bluetooth gamepad. This game controller comes loaded with learning songs and lights, which means all of that needed to be removed first for this conversion.
The Hasbro Gaming Bulls-Eye Ball Game is basically a miniature Skee-Ball machine that fits on your desk, and it’s being offered for just $7.85 after clipping the $1.96 on-page coupon, today only, originally $21.99. Not only does it have the lights and sounds of a real Skee-Ball machine, but it keeps track of your score. Product page.
The LEGO Icons (10300) Back to the Future Time Machine Set lets fans recreate vehicles from either the the first, second or third movie, and you can get it for $169.99 shipped, today only, originally $199.99. You also get a light-up flux capacitor, a box of plutonium, the infamous hoverboard and LEGO minifigure versions of Doc Brown as well as Marty McFly. Product page.
This new LEGO Eiffel Tower (10307) Paris, France set is the tallest yet at 4.8-feet with 10,001 pieces. The landmark was constructed in 1887-1889, designed to be the centerpiece at the 1889 World’s Fair. Despite being criticized for its design, the Eiffel Tower has since become a world icon and one of the most recognizable structures in the world.
Hasbro partnered with Riot Games to release a NERF LMTD Jinx Fishbones blaster modeled after the character’s in-game rocket launcher of the same name. This blaster boasts an 18-dart capacity drum with 6 clusters of 3 darts, so you’ll be able to blast away enemies with a 3-dart burst each time the trigger is pulled.