As part of our look at toys and games aimed at younger players, we test out the Oaxis My First Drone, a funny toy of very little brain, though its antics are sometimes pretty amusing. It might sound like a swarm of angry bees in flight, but this little guy would not hurt a fly.
Designed to protect budding young gamers (and music lovers) from overly loud noises, the My First Headset headphones use bone conduction technology to move sound directly through your skull, which gives great sound quality without as much risk of hearing damage.
Parents with kids looking to get into photography should check out My First Camera, which is a fully functional camera with a thermal printer for instant printouts of whatever budding shutterbugs want to shoot.
The new GEOMAG Mechanics line of toys are designed to teach kids about different STEM concepts. This week we take a look at a fascinating new toy that delves into the mysteries of magnets.
Part western, part mystery, part action-adventure, The Antares Maelstrom is a fast-paced tale set in the Star Trek universe. Events on a small backwater non-federation planet will test Kirk, Sulu, Scotty and the entire crew of our beloved Enterprise.
Crash Bandicoot and his wacky friends at Crash Team Racing have always been a great choice for kart racing games. Now with the second Grand Prix Season: Back N. Time, Crash is going back in time to move his game forward.
Fans of the original Star Trek are not going to want to miss seeing how events made Kirk one of Starfleet’s most iconic captains. Beyond just the Kirk angle, this is good science fiction at its best.
The zombie craze is going strong, so we took a little break from videogaming to try out a cool new card game. Called Zombs: A Half-brained Card Game, our experience is that despite the title, this one is anything but stupid.
With Jeff Goldblum warning you not to try it, Jurassic World Evolution challenges players to build a park that will display thrilling dinosaurs for an adoring public, but without getting everyone eaten in the process. But is the pace of this simulation a bit too Jurassic?
The X-Files: Deep State mobile game allows players to become an FBI agent trying to solve spooky cases like Mulder and Scully do in the show. With a classic mix of hidden object and mystery gameplay, this is one of the most fun mobile titles we’ve played in a long time.