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A range of collectable 17cm smart action figures that can be played with in a traditional way or synced up via a Fusion Core mini-computer to a free app, allowing them to speak, vibrate, light up and – appear in the games on the app.

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Judges were impressed by the water-based-paint detailing and its potential for for old-school role-play.Read on to find out which toys topped the list for 2017.Standing 95cm tall and 115cm long, this princess-themed horse and carriage has a pull along handle that converts to a hold-in-your-(toddler)-hand rein and the floor can be removed for some small-foot-propelling action.Pour in a little water to make the Peppa Pig characters inside move around and create a squashy surface to jump on.Little testers adored the sound of the water under their feet and getting the characters inside to move.It's not even Halloween yet, but anyone with children is already thinking about their Christmas list to avoid missing out on this year's must-have toys.

And according Made For Mums, this year's essential gifts for under the tree include very intelligent robots, artificial snow and an elephant who plays peekaboo.

The 'magic' scooper for serving up orders recognises colours and flavours, and the cart plays music if you push it around.

Testers adored dinging the bell when an order was ready and ringing up the till, and their parents really liked the entertaining way it teaches colours, numbers, sequencing, memory and matching skills.

A 12cm x 19cm x25cm robot with forklift-y arms and amazingly expressive eyes.

Once connected to the free Cozmo app he’ll recognise your face, say your name, and ask to play games and over time, he gradually unlocks his abilities and allows some simple coding.

A high-quality speaker and microphone that allows your child to sing along to any song, using Bluetooth to connect to a device or simply popping in an SD card.