Must Have Toys Blog Top Toys

By | 30/12/2019

Most Popular Toys on our site in 2019

The Must Have Toys Blog Top Toys Top 10 for the last year includes seven games, two collectable toys and one interactive toy. These toys created the most interest on our site during 2019 (source GADWP 30/12/19). Just over half of them have also appeared on the toy lists of top retailers in the run-up to Christmas. We’ve also included four other toys that were in our Top 20 list that were Must Have Toys Blog picks. If you can’t find these toys locally or just want to check prices, we’ve included link to Amazon [see disclosure].


Must Have Toys Blog Top Toys – Mighty Beanz Fortnite

Mighty Beanz are collectables that come alive. The Fortnite pack includes four Fortnite beanz for ages 5 years plus. There is also a Llama Pinata tin available to buy separately. See all our other picks of the Latest Toy Crazes.

Blume Doll

The very popular Blume Doll is a collectable with over the top hair and accessories for ages three years plus. It featured on the 2019 Christmas lists of Argos, Amazon and Tesco. Also one of the Dream Toys 2019 from The Toy Retailers Association. There is a Secret Garden Playset available to buy separately.

Must Have Toys Blog Top Toys – Bank Attack

You may have seen this game reviewed on How To Spend It Well at Christmas 2019 where it was one of their top picks on Toy and Game week. Also featured on the Must Have Toys Blog Top Toys. Named Best Family Game in the Mums Choice Awards 2019 one of the Amazon top toys for Christmas 2019. Bank Attack is a game for 2-4 players aged 7+ where you have five minutes to pull off the heist of the century and win the 50 million. See all our picks of Family Games.

Pictionary Air

One of the Top Connected Play Games of the year. You download the free app, point the in-app camera at the illustrator and they’ll appear, along with their sketch, on the screen of your smart device. One of Hamley’s Top Ten Toys for Christmas and also one of Amazon’s picks too. Named one of This Morning’s Top 12 Toys For Christmas 2019. One of the top picks on How To Spend It Well At Christmas 2019. For ages 8+.

Must Have Toys Blog Top Toys – Slap Ninja

One of Tesco’s Top Ten Toys For Christmas 2019. Ranked highly on the Must Have Toys Blog Top Toys of the last year.Play as the Ninja master and use his huge Karate chop slap to defend the coin. Or play as the student trying to tap the coin. The first player to defeat their opponent three times is the winner! For ages 8+.

Harry Potter Dobble

Dobble is always near the top of best-selling toys on Amazon. It’s recommended by our family for taking on holiday and included in our list of great travel games. This Harry Potter version adds a new dimension to the game for all Potter fans. One of Amazon’s Top Ten Toys For Christmas 2019. For ages 6+.

Must Have Toys Blog Top Toys – Uno Flip

Uno is one of our family’s favourite games for taking on holiday. This new version has an exciting twist where you can flip the entire deck and change the direction of the game entirely.

Boppi The Booty Shakin’ Llama

Boppi dances to three songs as well as doing head spinning motions too. Suitable for children aged 2 years and over. On the Christmas top toy lists 2019 of four of the major toy retailers – Amazon, Argos, Smyths and Tesco and one of This Morning’s Top Twelve Toys For Christmas. You may have seen Boppi reviewed on How To Spend It Well At Christmas.

Must Have Toys Blog Top Toys – Soundiculous

Soundiculous is from UK games company Gamely, the creators of Randomise. Players have to make and guess the sounds on the card to win points. There are Easy, Medium and Hard cards which makes it a great choice for families. Also featured on the Must Have Toys Blog Top Toys of the last year. Age range 8+.


Dobble is the original matching game and always on Amazon’s best sellers list. It’s one of our favourite games to take on holiday. Also comes in Star Wars, Animals and waterproof version for the beach and now Harry Potter Dobble too.

Our Other Top Picks

Here’s four toys that featured in the Top 20 Toys that created the most interest on our site in the last year. They are all Must Have Toys picks.

VTech KidiGear Walkie Talkies

For ages 5+, these walkie talkies from Vtech offer a range of 200m. They also have a digital screen so you can send secure messages and play games too.

Colour Mazing

Creative colouring set from John Adams. The ink magically stops at the lines and you can blend colours. For ages 6+.

My Own Rainbow Light Projector

Create your very own rainbow with this projector for ages 3+. We think it would be great for sleepovers. Well priced for a present to take to a party. Featured on the Must Have Toys Blog Top Toys in the Top 20. See our other toy picks aimed at children aged 3-4 years.

Nexo Climbing Robot

The Nexo Climbing Robot lets you build a gravity-defying robot which will walk vertically up smooth surfaces using vacuum technology. For kids aged 6-12 years. See our other latest STEM toys for curious kids.

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