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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 we ...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 ...
When Britain Darren Smith started collecting Legos at the tender age of five, he (and his parents) probably had no idea it would turn into an obsession. Smith, now thirty-two, has amassed what is being claimed as Britain's largest Lego collection. ...
If your kids are just casual LEGO users, then you can get away with a shoe box or other basic storage container. If they're a little more serious, you may want to invest in something like the Box4Blox unit. If they're really into LEGO construction, ...