Toys & Games

Still into Toys & Games? That's ok, we've got an awesome collection of toys & games that will appeal to your nerdy side. You're never too old for some geeky and retro toys and games.

Nintendo Controller Pool Float

Show your love for 80s gaming with the Nintendo retro controller pool float. Perfect for that one day a year where you pull yourself away from the latest Call of Duty game and venture into daylight.

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Custom Superhero Figurine

Now you can become a superhero. No radioactive spider bites or gamma radiation needed. Simply pick the body of your figure and upload a photo of your face and you'll have your own custom superhero figurine.

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Pop! Vinyl Pickle Rick

Did your mom ever tell you not to play with your food? Well, now you can thanks to this Pop! Vinyl Pickle Rick figure from Rick and Morty. This version sports the shoulder mounted laser he used in the infamous Pickle Rick episode. Rats beware, I think Pickle Rick is searching for a new pair legs.

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Rick & Morty Plumbus

Welcome to the exciting world of Plumbus ownership! A Plumbus will aid many things in life, making life easier. With proper maintenance, handling, storage, and urging, Plumbus will provide you with a lifetime of better living and happiness.Everyone needs a Plumbus.

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13 x 13 Rubik's Cube

If the original Rubick's cube wasn't enough of a challenge for you, then you may want to check this bad boy out. This 13" x 13" cube is one of the biggest in production and features a robust mechanism that delivers a smooth transition on all layers.

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Bob Ross Vinyl Pop Figure

This new Vinyl Pop Bob Ross will teach your other Vinyl Pop figures how to paint happy little trees. Armed with his trusty paint brush and his handy color palette there's no stopping this little guy from making the world a happy little place.

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Cell Shaded Optimus Prime

Ever wish your transformer figures could look exactly the way they did in the old cartoons? Well, now they can thanks to one creative Ebayer. These cell shaded figures have the shine and shimmer that you remember from the original G1 cartoons.

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