Furby by Hasbro 2012



 
There's absolutely no question this time. My favorite Furby is the bright purple one. I love his varigated coat. I also love the teal one, he's just so bright and appealing. The white one is icy and cool...and the black one, well he's another sort of cool. Okay, so I really cannot pick a favorite Furby anymore than I could pick a favorite Cabbage Patch Kid in my last post.


The Furby is the second in a series of Hot Toys for 2012 and it is another retro-themed toy. The original Furby was a must-have toy in 1998, the year Furby sales exceeded 1.8 million units. 

It will come as no surprise that the new Hasbro Furby is going to surpass the old one in technological ability.   This little guy is said to be fairly unpredictable since he's going to evolve as you use him.

 

He will respond to all sorts of movements and he will recognize both music and voice. 


If you download the free Furby App, you will be able to feed him. No app? No problem, you can feed him with your finger.

You will also be able to use the app to translate Furbish to English.

Well, without further ado let me show you what the 2012 Furbies can do via this short Youtube video:


Pretty cute, don't you think? It looks like Hasbro's 2012 Furby could be a very successful interactive toy for individuals 6 years old and up.   He's definitely pretty cute and earns a place on my list of HOT toys for 2012.

Brenda

Quick Links:

Click here to see all of Amazon's 2012 Furby Toys.
Download The Furby App.


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