Having fun has never looked so good with the Wooden Diplodocus Rocker from the Natural History Museum shop that features in a gorgeous playroom feature in Baby London. Why ride a horse when you can ride a dinosaur?
I used to love playing Space Invaders when I was little (showing my age!) In the April issue, Junior magazine feature the Space Invaders ice tray from the National Media Museum Shop. Described as a one product in ‘a new wave of retro, gaming-inspired accessories to take teatime to a new level.’ Do you like them…..we do!
5 of the best geek bags, including the Nintendo bag from the National Media Musuem. Emblazoned with the control pad from the original Nintendo Entertainment System, the Nintendo bag signals your undying loyalty to the Super Mario Brotherhood. Big enough to cart around a laptop (or even the original Gameboy) the flap is reversible, with the other side featuring dozens of tiny controllers. The bag is now available from the National Media Museum in Bradford, home to the National Videogame Archive. It’s where old consoles go when they run out of lives. Have a look here.
Featuring The Hollywood Clapperboard, ideal for a game of charades to make your Christmas games more memorable. National Media Museum. Also – Toys for Big Boys. Sky Eye 3 helicopter. Watch real-time video from the screen on the transmitter while the helicopter is in the air. http://www.sciencemuseumshop.co.uk.