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ThingMaker 3D Printer

Created by seasoned toy maker Mattel, the ThingMaker 3D Printer gives you free reign over your own in-house toy factory. Design your creatures on the ThingMaker Design app or export them straight from the cloud. They'll be wirelessly sent to the printer where it will spit out your custom action figure. A retracting print head and automated door lock make it safe for the kiddos and overly anxious adults. The app is already available at the App Store and Google Play, but you'll have to wait until the fall to get your hands on those TOTY-worthy creations.

  • Tamiya RC Toyota Land Cruiser

    Whether you lack the funds to pick up a vintage Land Cruiser or just don't want to risk taking yours out on the trail, the Tamiya RC Toyota Land Cruiser lets you enjoy the offroad prowess of this legendary 4x4 without needing to get behind the wheel. This complex model comes disassembled, and can take a while to build. Doing so gives you a better knowledge of how it works, however, as well as the opportunity to customize it with your choice of transmitter, receiver, and battery, none of which are included in the package.

  • Lego Architecture Skyline Collection

    Lego's Architecture series has thus far done a great job of offering brick-based models of landmark buildings the world over. Now they're taking on entire cities. The Lego Architecture Skyline Collection includes mini-models of some of the most famous buildings in Berlin, New York City, and Venice. Representing the Big Apple are the Flatiron Building, the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building, One World Trade Center, and the Statue of Liberty, while the German capitol is portrayed via the Reichstag, Victory Column, Deutsche Bahn Tower, Berlin TV Tower and the Brandenburg Gate. Finally, the canals of Venice shine in blue tiles, on which sit Rialto Bridge, St. Mark's Basilica, St. Mark's Campanile, St. Theodore and the Winged Lion of St. Mark, and the Bridge of Sighs. Details are scant, but expect these sets to be on the small size — suitable for desk/shelf display — and to number in the hundreds, not thousands, of pieces.