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The Latest and Greatest At Toy Fair

iCaddy

The foldable universal tablet and smartphone stand features a USB power bank with a 2,600 mAh battery, charging cable and earbuds, all of which can be stored within the device. Suggested retail is $19.99, with multiple patterns available.

WowWee Fingerlings Foxes & Narwhals

Building off the company’s popular Fingerlings line of interactive connected toys, the new narwhals and foxes can respond to noise, motion and touch. The narwhals even have a “mood horn” that illuminates in different colors in response to interaction. They’ll be available this quarter for a $14.99 suggested retail each.

3Doodler AlphaDoods Character Kit

Billed as “Flat Stanley Meets a 21st Century Mr. Potato Head,” the AlphaDoods kits let kids create 3D-printed characters for use in stop-motion videos or social-media sharing. Each kit comes with an activity guide, two plastic packs, two canvases and a tracing sheet. Suggested retail is $19.99. 3Doodler is also debuting its first app during Toy Fair: It includes templates, video tutorials and step-by-step guides.

MyArcade Retro Champ

The company’s first console lets gamers play their old NES and Famicom cartridges without the need for a legacy console. Features include a built-in 7-inch display, play time of up to five hours, HDMI output and built-in kickstand. The Retro Champ is compatible with the company’s Super GamePad wireless controllers. Priced at a suggested $79.99, the console will ship in June.

Skyrocket Viper Journey Pro Video Drone

With AutoPilot firmware and built-in GPS, this drone is billed as delivering a pro-level flight experience at a $99.99 price. Using a network of satellites to triangulate its position in relation to waypoints, the Journey Pro Video Drone can maintain its coordinates in a hover without drifting away, according to the company. It also features a one-touch Return to Home mode to bring the drone back to its base.

Playmates Toys Super G Wingsuit

These gliders feature two modes for time-controlled flights: Quick Stream for short-range flights and Advanced Glide for long-range flights. A USB cable is included for charging the internal battery. They’ll ship this spring and summer for $24.99, with the newest additions including TMNT Raphael, Spiderman and Batman.

LeapFrog LeapBuilders ABC Smart House

Geared toward toddlers and preschoolers, the block set interacts with an electronic cube to respond with sounds, educational songs and phrases. Suggested retail is $39.99 for 61 blocks. They’re currently available at Amazon and will expand to other retailers later this year.

Spin Master Novie

This little robot buddy with color-changing eyes can be trained to operate via gesture controls. It can walk, do wheelies, spin and dance, according to the company. Three colors are offered: purple, red and blue. Novie will sip this fall for a $24.99 suggested retail.