We’ve reviewed a lot of Interactive Toy Pets over the years and have now pulled together our list of what we think are the current Best Interactive Toy Pets For Tweens.
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Fingerlings Hugs Bella & Boris are full of cheeky fun and very interactive. They are designed to be loved and played with. Not only do they react to cuddles and kisses, but they’ll go to sleep with you, let you record sounds and they love being swung around above your head. Add to that they’re lovely velvety feel fabric and you have an incredibly tactile toy that gives back cheeky hugs and love in abundance. There are lots of different animals including unicorns, lions & monkeys. And they all come in a variety of colours. Watch my girls review below to see them in action!
Hatchimals Wow is the biggest hatchable egg that Spin Master have created so far and it’s pretty impressive. Inside you’ll find a purple or pink Llalacorn (half llama, half unicorn). Its neck can magically grow up to 32 inches (81.3 centimeters) tall or shrink down on its own. Your Llacron will go to sleep but if you want you can re-hatch him again and again. You can cuddle with him, feed him, play games or tickle him! With 10 moods and over 250 sounds and reactions, the more you play and care for your Hatchimals WOW the more you’ll discover. His fur is super soft and the noises super cute but without a doubt, the extending neck is mesmerising to see. Watch our review below.
Zoomer Hungry Bunny
Zoomer Hungry Bunny has been around for a few years but is still worthy of a mention because it’s just so cute. The key interactive thing that sets this cute little Bunny apart is that she’ll eat and poop paper treats… yep, you did read poop! She’s basically a mini paper shredder. Add to that cute noises, actions and games triggered by sensors on her head, nose and tummy and you have an adorable little bunny that kids adore. Watch our review below.
Cubby The Bear
We haven’t reviewed Cubby the Bear, but we did get to see him at Dream Toys 2019 and were blown away by just how gorgeous he was and were a little surprised he didn’t make the DreamToys 2019. Cubby is an amazing interactive bear. His head, mouth, arms and eyes move interactively and although his legs aren’t robotic you can move the so he can sit, stand or lie down. In night time mode he will go to sleep and play jungle sounds and music so you can cuddle and fall asleep together. Listen to my podcast from Dreamworks below and watch this little video showing him in action.
We love Wrapples because they’re so portable as well as being interactive!. These little guys attach to wrists like slap bands and although small in size, are great fun, with over 50 interactions. They have mood changing eyes that tell you how their feeling and what they want you to do and also talk to each other! So that means you can have fun with siblings or friends who also have one. Watch the video below to see them in action.
Munchkinz are funny hungry little fellas that come with special food you can feed them over and over again. Although not fluffy they are cute and make the most hilarious digestive noises! Each animal comes with its own food but you can use it in any of the Munchkinz animals. As you feed them their little mouths move up and down so it looks like they are really eating! And you collect the food from the back of their nappies so you can feed them over and over again. Watch our video below to find out more!
We hope you liked our Best Interactive Toy Pets For Tweens round up. Do follow my girls YouTube Channel Love Ro & Ra as we’re always adding new and interesting toy reviews.