Has the Yo-Kai Watch craze hit your house yet? It hit here right around Christmas time and has been going strong ever since. Each of my boys got the Yo-Kai Watch 3DS game for Christmas and when we found out there were a line of Yo-Kai Watch products out there, my kids were thrilled.
Now that my boys are getting older (they are 8 & 11), finding toys they like is getting to be a bit of a challenge. My little guy still loves toys, but his tween bother is too cool for a lot of things these days. Luckily Hasbro has toys for every age group covered and here are a few of their latest and greatest toys for tween boys.
Yo-kai Watch Season 1 Watch
Experience the world of Yo-kai Watch with the Yo-kai Watch and Medals (watch sold with 2 exclusive medals, watch and additional medals each sold separately, subject to availability). Fans can imagine summoning Yo-kai characters, and when used with the medals, the Yo-kai watch plays sounds, music, and phrases. Insert one of the collectible medals displaying a Yo-kai into the watch to hear the character’s name, tribe song and more sounds. The Yo-kai watch recognizes over 100 collectible medals planned to be released through December 1, 2016. (Dates and number of medals subject to change. Check yokaiwatch.hasbro.com for planned release dates. Website not available in all languages or markets. Watch and medals each sold separately and subject to store availability.) The Yo-kai watch toy comes with 2 exclusive medals and batteries. Kids can get started exploring the wacky world of the Yo-kai with the Yo-kai Watch!
There are three ways to play with every Yo-kai Medal:
1. Imagine summoning Yo-kai by inserting the medal into the Yo-kai watch toy to hear the character’s name, tribe song, and other sounds. (Watch and medals each sold separately, subject to availability.)
2. Discover the wacky world of the Yo-kai by scanning the Medal with the Yo-kai Land app.
3. Collect Yo-kai Medals and store them in the Yo-kai Medallium Collection Book (book and medals each sold separately, subject to availability).
•Includes watch, 2 medals, and instructions.
Nerf Sports Dude Perfect PerfectShot Hoops
Make a Nerf Perfect play with the Dude Perfect PerfectShot Hoops game from Nerf Sports! Hang the hoop inside or outside, and compete with friends to score points! With its flexible hanger, the hoop can be hung in all kinds of places and spaces. Grab some friends for a pick-up game, or try some challenging shots. The instructions include game starters and trick shot ideas. Go big with the PerfectShot Hoops game, which combines the adrenaline rush of Nerf Sports with the exhilarating fun of Dude Perfect!
Includes ball, backboard, rim, net, hanger attachment, flexible hanger, door hook, and instructions.
Playskool Mr. Potato Head Transformers Mixable
The Rescue Bots are back, and now they’re tater Transformers! Little hands can mix and mash the fun of Mr. Potato Head with Transformers parts to create an Optimus Prime tater robot or truck. It’s easy to put the 2-inch potato body on the truck or robot base and then add arms and a helmet, and just as easy to rebuild the tater in the other mode! The parts work with other sets (sold separately), so little ones can build an Optimus Prime robot tater with Starscream arms. Get them all so your kids can create a whole mash of mixed-up Transformers heroes!
Includes (1) 2-inch potato body, 2 character arms/torso, 2 character helmets, and 2 character bases.
Yokai Watch Game Of Life
Introducing The Game of Life: Yo-kai Watch edition game in which players choose to play as Nate, Katie, Bear, or Eddie, and then set off on exciting adventures! Players explore the city and discover Yo-kai in all different places — on the beach, at the school, the forest, and at the park. The game spinner might send a player in an unexpected direction, but they can also use their Watch Detection Power cards to capture more Yo-kai! The first player to return home with 3 Yo-kai game medals wins! The game features 2 exclusive Yo-kai Medals (not part of the gameplay.) For 2 to 4 players.
What are some of your kids favorite toys right now?