The fighting spinning tops you can customise became the playground craze last year.
And now the British Association of Toy
Retailers has agreed in its list of the hottest stuff to play with.
Collectable cards Top Trumps were named Game of the Year.
But the good thing is, most of the winners cost less than £10.
The toy boffins decided the squeaking, chatting little MicroPets were the best new toy to land on the shelves.
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In our vote for your fave Xmas 2002 toy almost 32% of you said that would be top of your wish list.
MicroPets were second with 21% and BeyBlades were fourth behind a popcorn maker with 10% of your votes.
All the winners: