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The Jacob Javits Center in New York is home to 2019 toy reveals all weekend during Toy Fair. Keep checking back as we update this gallery throughout the event.
The new Pictionary Air game lets you literally draw through the air using the game's Air Pen and an app.
Barbie is celebrating her 60th anniversary this year, and part of the celebration is this dream house set.
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The Barbie Signature line is also on display.
And Barbie is pursuing all kinds of careers. These were created as part of a partnership with National Geographic.
Those long-haired Trolls are also celebrating their 60th anniversary.
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Cubby the bear is ready for hugs at Hasbro's showroom.
Several DC figures are on display over at Mattel's gallery.
Among these DC toys are several themed after the upcoming Shazam movie.
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The Ryan Reynolds-voiced Detective Pikachu will have plenty of toys on the way this year, too.
The larger of two Fortnite-themed guns that debuted at Toy Fair is the AR-L.
Nerf's smaller Fortnite SP-L also looks like it hopped out of the video game.
A Fortnite-themed water gun is also coming, letting you soak friends by the pool.
Nerf has several more powerful guns on display as well.
The Nerf Titan CS-50, in particular, is a beast.
Overwatch-themed Nerf guns are also on display, right next door to the Fortnite ones.
The Fortnite edition of Monopoly is getting refreshed for 2019 with new skins.
The Game of Thrones edition of Monopoly is the first set to have music.
An Overwatch-themed Monopoly is also on the way.
These Harry Potter figures are on display at Mattel.
These WWE figures are on display at Mattel.
The Hot Wheels TechMods allow you to either steer the car from a tablet, or use the car as a controller for games on a tablet.
Toys featuring the cast of Toy Story 4 are set for this spring.
CNET's Bridget Carey has some fun with Bo Peep's cane.
Twitch streamer Ninja is now a toy himself. He leads a wave of Twitch-inspired toys.
With her movie under a month away, Captain Marvel toys are flying high at Hasbro's showroom.
Figures showing off Spider-Man: Far From Home's new suits are also web-slinged to the shelves.
With the film still in theaters, Hasbro is showing off its Into the Spider-Verse line as well.
Get ready to roll your multi-sided dice, Dungeons and Dragons sets are on display at Hasbro.
This Lie Detector game at Hasbro measures your voice to see if you are telling the truth.
The Infinity Gauntlet is back, but no Avengers: Endgame toys are on display.
Several figures on the Marvel Legends line are on shelves at Hasbro though.
Grab a chimichanga, the Deadpool Corps toys are here.
The Slow-Motion Race Game wants you to race as slow as you can, while beating your opponent. It'll ding you for moving too quickly.
Star Wars Lightsaber Academy uses motion-tracking and an app to bring a lightsaber battle to life.
The app will keep tally who's winning, and different moves will mean different outcomes.
You can choose the kind of crystal you want in the Lightsaber, picking between Rey, Yoda and Kylo.
Both a Stranger Things Dungeons and Dragons and an 80s-themed Trivia Pursuit game bring the Upside Down to your favorite board games.
This small tennis game at Hasbro will let you play table tennis by yourself by serving the ball, and the object is to keep it bouncing. If you play hard mode, the ball needs to bounce on each side of the net.
Fresh off his solo film, Bumblebee toys are on display at Toy Fair.
Transformers is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year and has several toy lines out to commemorate it.
3D-printing pen maker 3Doodler now has robotics kits for its Start 3D Pen.
3Doodler makes a wide variety of kits -- small and large -- from iconic buildings to handbags to STEM kits.
With the entry-level 3Doodler Start 3D Pen, you can even doodle on your hands and you won't get burned.
Arcade1Up is releasing a new Mortal Kombat arcade.
Far Out Toys showed off the Squaire, a challenging solo game of balancing a hovering square in the air.
With a name like "Fart Ninjas" I think this one is self explanatory.
Gifeez is all about making animated Gifs.
This Hatching Dragon was pretty cute.
Hexbug has a new line of Micro Titans that can be controlled in a ring.
Did you need a robotic baby elephant? Meet Juno!
Here's an interesting wearable for kids-- the Kurio Watch Glow.
LAMO's gamer dolls are all about Twitch.
They call these Lollipets. They are very small.
Pets Alive's Boppi the Booty Shakin' Llama does just that, she dances and shakes and it's all pretty cute.
Orboot is an Augmented Reality learning globe with matching app for iOS or Android.
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PLUGO makes Augmented Reality STEM games that kids can play with an iPad or Android and a Plugo kit and mat.
This talking doll doesn't just say "Pika pika!" Give Detective Pikachu a squeeze you'll hear the quips from actor Ryan Reynolds.
Everything old is new again. Welcome back, Pound Puppies.
What's that on her hands? Rainbow Butterfly Unicorn Kitty Action Power Paws, of course.
This is Blume, a new doll from Skyrocket.
Pomsies Lumies will match themselves to whatever color you scan with them.
Speak & Spell is back and the retro trend continues.
Blinger is a kit that enables kids to bedazzle their hair and just about anything else they want to add rhinestones to.
It's the year of the Llama, apparently. Meet Spitzy, a robotic Llama.
These are Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles "Babbleheads."
Thames & Kosmos have put out a Gumball Machine Maker.
Here are the four latest Tiny Arcades.
More retro: the World's Smallest Super Soaker.
And the World's smallest UNO game.
And here's the World's Smallest Crocodile Dentist.
ZURU's Bunch O' Balloons makes decorating for a celebration a snap.
4D Galaxy is an augmented reality kit for kids who can use a headset to interact with the game.
Drone Slayer pretty much says it all. Fly the drones, then shoot them down.
Novie is one of many small toys that will get your kids used to interacting with robots.
The Air Walker is a STEM kit where kids build a small bot that can walk up walls.
This ominous looking robotic hedgehog will roll up in a ball and do somersaults.
Cotton Candy is all the rage amongst the youth. So are dolls. Candylocks dolls combine the two.
Hexbug's Nano Box Sumo kits let you dress up a small bot unit with sumo wrestler cardboard pieces and then fight them on a small ring.
Pinkfong's Baby Shark toys are on trend.
Snapster dolls come with a greenscreen because they are prominent youtube stars and social media influencers. Yes, you heard that right.
The Rubik's Tilt is a new pocket-size retro arcade game.
Arcade1Up has put out a DIY table game.
This little game is actualy the size of a credit card.
Arcade1Up's new line of Wall-cades can mount on your wall.
These are called "Buttheads." Strange times we live in.