Can't get tickets to opening day? Play "Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4" at home. Credit: Lego With "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2," the final installment in the beloved magical movie Potter series, hitting theaters today,...Celebrate today's movie opening with a little game play at home.
The Queen Anne's Revenge LEGO Playset is a swashbucklin' good time. Credit: Disney
Is your little matey shivering his timbers, awaiting the opening of Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" on May 20?Pass the time...Can't wait for the next Jack Sparrow movie? Have some swashbucklin' fun with this Lego playset.
No matter how fancified, upgraded, or teched-out games become –- whether they involve iPads or LEGO bricks –- they're still old-fashioned board games at the core. So grab your family and sit around the "boards" of these great new games...No matter how fancified, upgraded, or teched-out games become –- whether they involve iPads or LEGO bricks –- they're still old-fashioned board games at the core.
Sure, this year's Toy Fair was all about baby vampires, dancing robots, and giant flying fish. But it was also about playthings that –- through either sneaky or overt means –- could build up your kid's brainpower. Here are the top toys...Here are the top toys we found for giving your kids a mental workout.
Plodding through the seemingly endless labyrinth of playthings during Toy Fair 2011, every doll, remote-controlled vehicle and board game you see starts to blend into the next. That's why, when a new toy manages to stand out amid the crowd, you know...What were the most common themes among this year's standout toys? Robots, bugs and robot bugs.
There was a time when mom, pop, and the kiddos could spend eons gathered 'round a Monopoly board on a weekend night. That was then. In an age where most of us have more face time with our Blackberries than we do with our children, squeezing in even...