Would you believe that the Rubik's Cube is 40 years old this year? Well, take our word for it, the timeless puzzle really has clocked up four decades. To celebrate that fact, there's an officially licensed Rubik's Cube Light.
How does the idea of a Lego kit for a rotary phone, a Nintendo NES, an old computer, a Polaroid camera or a vintage TV grab you? If it does, you need to get yourself to Powerpig's Builds 'n Things to secure yourself one. Or more.
There's no mention of Tetris, but take one look at the shapes made by the Bites and Pieces Crust Cutter and it's obviously it's probably as near as you are going to get to recreating the game in your kitchen.
At first glance, we though these sets might be the work of Alexander Girard. They aren't, but that should give you a clue as to where the inspiration for the Les Jouets Libres chess set and draughts set might have come from.