This cheeky festive Pikachu is one of a vast selection of toys, games, gifts and collectables shown off at the 2017 Toy Fair held in Olympia, London.
The largest in the UK, the Toy Fair is the place to see all the latest toys that will be hitting shelves around the world this year. We trawled the massive show floor to find all the coolest tech toys and gadgets. (Note companies here give prices in pounds, which we've converted. Final prices in the US and Australia are likely to differ.)
Pokemon Go players who loved the "Santachu" special edition pikachus in the hit mobile game will love this real-life plush version. It's on sale in the coming weeks for £14 (which converts to around $17 or AU$23).
One of my favourite things from the show was the new Throw 'n' Pop Pokeball Pokemon game. You and a friend put your Pokemon critters of choice inside these pokeballs. Throw them down at the same time and they spring open, converting the pokeballs into dice -- whoever has the higher number wins the round!
They're on sale now for £11 (which converts to about $14 or AU$18).
Some of the "toys" at the show aren't for the whole family. This barbed-wire wrapped baseball bat from "The Walking Dead" might be made of rubber, but it's sturdy enough to knock a photographer's camera from his hands.
These little characters were created using the 3Doodler Start -- a child-friendly version of the regular 3Doodler 3D printing pen. The Start is wireless and uses a much lower heat that won't burn clumsy fingers.
It's available for $49 in the US and £49 in the UK (about AU$80 converted).
I was fascinated by architecture as a kid, so I was really excited by this home design kit by Arckit. While there are instructions in each kit on how to build a specific building, children (or enthusiastic adults) are encouraged to try their own designs out too.
This kit shown here will cost £159 (converts to $200 or AU$265).
No, that's not a toy, that's a human being, but he's wearing a pair of BeatMoovz bands on his wrists and ankles. When he dances, the bands sense the motion and, using the company's app, translates the movement into drumbeats. It was really cool to watch this dancer -- who also created the BeatMoovz -- bust his best moves and hear the resulting beats.
A pair of the bands will cost £50 (which converts to about $60 or AU$85), although you'll need two sets if you want them on your wrists and ankles.
Are your kids jealous of your Apple Watch? Then consider the Kurio smartwatch for kids. As well as the augmented reality camera function shown here, it comes with a variety of games, messaging between other watch owners and tools to help kids learn new languages.
It's available soon for around £80 (converts to $100 or AU$135).