The other set of 3-inch figures is the whole Zoom family. Helen and Hank are slightly bigger than Ricky and Toot, but each character is huge in detail. The family members can stand on their own and zoom around with ease. The figures look like they’re straight out of the cartoon, which makes them perfect for kids to recreate their favorite scenes.
Remote Control Turbo Trick Ricky is similar but way more animated. It features an easy-to-use controller that helps Ricky perform daring tricks, such as 360-degree stunt spins and wheelies. Kids can play anywhere as its tires work on carpet and wooden floors.
Wheelford comes to life with the two different play sets. With Pop & Go, kids can practice their mechanical skills with the capsule. They take down one wall to reveal a button that pops the whole thing open when pressed. Then they lift a small lever and the figure inside goes flying! As a special bonus for parents, the capsule acts great for the figure when it isn’t being played with. Launch & Go is similar as it launches the toys across a table.
Ricky’s House Play Set accelerates playtime into a whole different world. Each of the figures that were mentioned can be used in the three-story house but it also comes with Ricky and Toot. Kids might need some help from their parents with assembling the two halves together and adding on the stickers. Once it’s fully built kids can make their figures zoom down the slides or hurry up the escalator. Kids open the door to the escalator with a button that plays real sounds from the show!
Kids can zoom into playing with the toys this spring when they launch at Walmart.