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TOKYO: From a piggy bank that demands your cash to a pump-action gun blasting damp toilet roll pellets: Tokyo's toy show has a bewildering array of gadgets to delight both kids and the young at heart.Today's frugal kids get an internet-connected, cat-shaped device that sings, chats and even demands to be fed with cash.Much more low-tech but for the ultimate in toilet humor, is the "skid shot," a pump-action toy shotgun with a loo roll attachment for bathroom ballistics.Up to two pellets can be fired at a time, making a satisfying "splat" on the wall or, at the show, a bull's-eye target.In the shape of a small toy van, the Printoss is a mini photo printer.
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