The Regent Street shop has released two lists with their predictions for the top-selling Christmas toys this year and there quite a few surprises.
On the top list, relaunched football game Subbuteo appeared fourth while Cabbage Patch Kids dolls, which were a must-have festive gift in the ‘80s, took the last spot.
Other traditional toys on the list have been given a modern twist, including a break-dancing Mickey Mouse figure and a revamped Barbie Dream House, and are expected to be snapped up by shoppers.
Alongside these classic toys are hi-tech interactive games.
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The Moshi Monster App Monster allows children to bring their monster to life on a smartphone, while learning tablet Leap Pad Explorer has various interactive option for learning and fun.
The Razor Bella Pocket Mod, a classic Italian-style scooter for over-12s features on the ‘magnificent seven’ list - which highlights the most expensive gifts on offer this year – and is joined by a Mini Micro 3-in-1 scooter that comes with a sturdy seat that adapts as the child gets older.
Here’s the top toy list:
• Monster High Dolls, £23 (Mattel)
• Web Shooting Spider-Man, £45 (Hasbro)
• Moshi Monster App Monster, £30 (Vivid)
• Subbuteo, £40 (Paul Lamond)
• Innotab 2, £105 (VTech)
• Nerf Elite Hail Fire, £58 (Hasbro)
• Barbie Train to Trot Tawny, £70 (Mattel)
• Master Moves Mickey, £89 (Mattel)
• The Lord of the Rings, The Battle of Helms Deep, £125 (Lego)
• LeapPad2, £89.99 (LeapFrog)
• Cabbage Patch Kids, £30 (Jakks)