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LiteZilla Giant Lite Brite
We all remember playing with the Lite Brite as kids. But have you ever wondered what a toy like this would look like if it was blown up to take up a full wall in a house? Well the LiteZilla aims to find out. A super sized version of the classic game, this is a giant LED light-up board featuring larger pegs that you can use to create unique and eye-catching pixel art. The Litezilla comes in four standard sizes: medium (4 x 5 feet), large (6 x 5 feet), XL (8 x 5 feet) and XXL (8 x 6 feet) with custom, larger sizes available as well. Prices start at $10,000 and orders are being filled now.
Buy From LiteZilla / $10,000
LIMBO Magical Spinning Top
Put your phone down for a second & stare at this instead. Limbo is a smart, self-balancing electric gyro disguised as a beautiful CNC machined spinning top that spins for up to 4 hours. It spins so good it actually holds a Guinness World Record. Give it one flick of the wrist & you get hours of mesmerizing motion. It’s powered by a rechargeable battery that uses very little energy to last a long time. Each LIMBO has its own unique characteristics, making it look, feel and spin a little differently. It comes in a variety of finishes & spins on an included, perfectly balanced base and is currently fully funded on Kickstarter.
Buy From Fearless Toys ltd / $50
Sprya One Water Gun
Remember the days of backyard water gun fights as a kid? So do we. This new fully funded kickstarter campaign from Sprya looks to recapture those times but with an updated and modern take on the squirt gun. The gun uses an internal electric pump to pressurize and compact the water, creating "water bullets" that fire with each trigger pull at a range of up to 25 feet. When submerged, the Spray One will auto-refill in only 15 seconds and a digital display will keep track of capacity and let you know when its time to refill. Unleash your inner kid this summer.
Buy From Sprya One / $115
2,321 Piece Lego Voltron Mech Kit
Here's a cool throwback to our childhoods. The Lego Ideas Voltron set aims to be the company's biggest mech-based set ever. At over 2,000 pieces (2,321 to be exact), this product came about via a crowdsourcing idea and is in celebration of the animated 80s cult classic. The set consists of 5 lions that can be combined into a 15-inch tall mech Voltron. Shipping August 1 at the Lego site and at Comic-Con, this is a perfect gift for any die-hard Lego or Voltron fan.
Buy From Lego / $180
Credit Card Chess Set
Love playing chess? Then take your board with you wherever you go with the Credit Card Chess Set by Innovo. Most likely the smallest commercial chess set in the world, this set is the size of a credit card and can easily fit into a standard billfold wallet. To play, simply pop out the tiny pieces, place into the included board and voila - chess on the go! While this is only really good for a single play, this makes for a great gift to anyone who loves chess and is only $12.
Buy From Innovo / $12
What Do You Meme? Party Game
Memes. Whenever were online, we all share them, retweet them and use them as shorthands to convey the absurdities of life. Now, memes are moving offline and into the arena of the party/drinking game. Using a combo of photo and caption cards, you compete with others to create the best and funniest memes. And who knows - maybe you'll create the next grumpy cat?
Buy From What Do You Meme / $30