It is a huge convention, featuring new products from toy & game manufacturers from around the world. I love seeing all the cool, fun things that are coming out on the market. There's definitely a lot to see, and I covered a lot of ground in the day that I was there, walking the whole show in 5-6 hours.
I also used the opportunity to make contacts with game publishers and toy companies to pitch ideas I'm personally trying to get to market, as well. I am especially focused on getting the strategy game I created, "Da Vinci's Challenge", published for retail again. Recently, a new edition of the game was produced, to be used as a promotional item by Swiss watchmaker, IWC Shaffhausen. I'll post up pics here soon.
Here is an album of all the photos I took at Toy Fair:
Here are a few highlights, but click on the link above to see the whole album:
An oversized monkey mask
A cool figure of my favorite superhero, The Green Lantern.
I was feeling spaced-out around The Teletubbies.
Samurai-styled Darth Vader & Imperial Royal Guards
This awesome, life-size Dr. Strange statue had glowing rings of magical energy.
A googly-eyed Yoda doll sitting cross-legged.