These are the UK’s best selling Christmas toys of the last 20 years

Analysing data from toy retailers, Evans Cycles has revealed the best selling Christmas products from the past 20 years.

Thursday, 19th December 2019, 3:06 pm
Updated Thursday, 19th December 2019, 3:07 pm
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Do you remember these classic toys from the nineties and noughties?

The Who Wants to be a Millionaire board game would see players getting to emulate the popular TV show in their own homes. They would have to answer multiple choice trivia questions of increasing difficulty.
Furbies gained popularity due to their apparent intelligence and their ability to develop language skills. They would start out speaking 'Furbish' and would gradually learn more and more English as they grew
Bob the Builder is a character from a British children's animated TV show of the same name. It follows the adventures of Bob as he helps the village with construction, repairs and other projects.
The original Bratz line up included four 10 inch dolls - Yasmin, Cloe, Jade and Sasha. The dolls would go on to inspire the likes of a web series, movie, TV show and music albums.
Beyblades is a line of spinning top toys that are customizable, with interchangeable parts. Players would battle their beyblades. It was also a Japanese manga and animated series as well.
Released in 2004, Robosapien was extremely successful over the Christmas season, with over 1.5 million units sold between April and December. The toy was capable of walking around and even picking up objects.
BMX bikes are a type of off road sport bike that's used for racing and stunt riding. BMX first started in the early 1970s and is now one of the most popular extreme sports in the world.
The Xbox 360 was the successor to the original Xbox and is the second console in the series. It sold much better than the original Xbox and launched worldwide across 2005 and 2006.
Competing with the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3, the Nintendo Wii introduced the Wii remote controller which players would use as a handheld device. The Nintendo Wii succeeded the GameCube
The High School Musical dance mat allowed players to step in time to various songs, following lights that would light up on a beat.
Called ZhuZhu Pets, but known as Go Go Pets in the UK, these were a line of plush robotic hamster toys. The original line up included nine different characters, including Chunk, PipSqueak, Mr. Squiggles and Num Nums
Released in the UK on 19 July 2010, Toy Story 3 was the third in the Toy Story films. The plot follows the toys after they get mistakenly sent to a day care centre when Andy leaves for college.
The Leapfrog LeapPad Explorer tablet was a learning tablet for children - it boasted a built in camera, video recorder and a huge library of games and activities
Appearing on this list for the second time is Furby, with Furby Boom. Furby Boom was an updated version of Furby, which had LCD eyes, a wider range of emotions and it's own mobile app
This Elsa doll would light up, talk and repeat 15 sounds and phrases from the original Frozen movie, including her signature song Let It Go.
Star Wars fans could recreate their favourite parts of The Force Awakens with Kylo Rens very own unconventional lightsaber. The expandable toy also included the iconic lightdagger
Hatchimals is a line of interactive robotic toys. Each Hatchimal comes inside a plastic egg which it then hatches out of. Its eyes would change colour to indicate its mood, like red when it's mad and purple if it's hungry
Cozmo was a robotic toy that would grow and develop his personality the longer you played with him. You could also develop your coding skills as your develop Cosmo. It required a compatible iOS or Android device for its app
Last year, Fingerlings were all the rage. Packed with over 50 animations, Fingerlings were high tech toys that would respond to sounds, motions and touch.