Logic-based puzzles like Sudoku are a strange yet fascinating invention: While the grids appear strict and unemotional, each newly fund number triggers our brains reward system and makes solving the puzzles a must.
Apart from Sudoku, there is a huge number of other great logic puzzles. New types get invented all over the world – with „Rooftops“, „Low Sums“ and „High Sums“, TPPD finally joins in the scene. „Low Sums“ was developed in cooperation with Christian Halberstadt,» read more «
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“Dad, I’m bored!” I bet not! This book holds 192 pages with 333 simple and cool tricks to fight boredom: from body tricks to handicraft projects, games, puzzles and awesome recipies.
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Welcome to the world of Fidget Spinners! This book holds 42 of the best tricks and hacks to properly show off your moves! Step-by-step tutorials plus various online video tutorials address both beginners and professionals. Ready, steady, spin! More images and information here. Purchase here.» read more «
TPPD’s latest book for Edition Michael Fischer is now available. Step into a great and lovely adventure and create your very first own comic book! ”Punkt für Punkt – Ein Dino-Comic zum Verbinden und Ausmalen” is a DIY comic book for kids aged seven and up. While connecting the dots and following the story of the cute and curious dinosaur Doni, the children learn the numbers 1 to 100. The colouring of the motives encourages creativity and the power of concentration.» read more «
Praise in advance for this summers product novelties of our DOCKLETS toy brick system: All three theme sets (Robots, Horses, Maxi) have been awarded the Iron A’ Design Award 2017 in the category of “Toy, Games and Hobby Products Design”. The A’ Design Awards are the world’s most influential and largest design awards, presented each year in Italy. Click here to find out more about the project and the award.
TPPD’s latest DIY book for Edition Michael Fischer is now available. On 80 pages, “Schnitz-Kids” holds 20 different carving projects for kids, ranging from keyfob to saber and flute. Plenty of tips, step-by-step images and detailed instructions allow for safe and rewarding hobby experiences. More images and information here. Purchase here.» read more «
We’re pleased to announce that DOCKLETS has received a silver medal in the category Toy Design / Construction Toy at this years European Product Design Award. The award recognizes the efforts of talented designers and design teams who aim to improve our daily lives with a practical and beautiful creations, designed to solve a problem, make life easier or simply spread joy – the latter hitting the mark on DOCKLETS* Further information here.» read more «
TPPD was recently elected as member of the grand jury panel of this years A’ Design Award. The international jury will be 100+ people – all established scholars and university professors, leading designers and prominent press members.» read more «
The website of DOCKLETS hook and loop toy bricks has been relaunched with a new concept and updated design. Visitors will find plenty of new sites and functions. Besides more information and images on the available theme sets, there now are background stories, an image galery, a video galery, a list of retailers, a news blog and an extensive press room. During the next couple of weeks, the site will be translated into Englisch,» read more «
German toy manufacturer beluga Spielwaren GmbH will present TPPD’s DOCKLETS at Toy Fair Nuremberg from February 1st-6th 2017. Visitors are very welcome to meet us in hall 5, stand B-78 to find out more about the world of DOCKLETS. In addition to the 4 theme sets already available, there will be 3 novelties on display: A robots set, a horses set and a maxi set with 160 pieces and instructions for 20 models ranging from dinosaurs to creepy crawlies and architectural buildings.» read more «
TPPD’s latest DIY book for Edition Michael Fischer will be published on April 11th. On 80 pages, “Schnitz-Kids” will hold 20 different carving projects for kids, ranging from keyfob to saber and flute. Plenty of tips, step-by-step images and detailed instructions allow for safe and rewarding hobby experiences. Further information soon.» read more «