New toys on display at annual North American International Toy Fair

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The 116th North American International Toy Fair wrapped up this year's festivities on Tuesday.

More than 1,000 manufacturers showcased their products at the largest toy trade show in the Western Hemisphere.

Those who took helped organize the event say a lot of the toys on display won't be out until later in the year.

Older games like Pac-Man are getting a new twist this fall. The beloved arcade version of the game will be transformed into a board game.

PHOTOS FROM TOY FAIR

Foodie Surprise by Redwood Ventures will allow children to make their own sushi candy this summer.

Other items predicted to be popular this coming year include a goo called oobleck and a soft toy ax that will be available at Target in May.

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