No longer are tops a thing that even kids in the 1700s would be disappointed to get: rather, they're triumphantly returning to prominence as must-have toys. Kuma Films has proven it with their new video that highlights the skills of wildly talented top-spinners in Taoyuan, Taiwan, whose variation of top-spinning looks like yo-yo mixed with softball and some sort of impossible carnival game.

Toss your Xbox in a gutter, feed your Playstation to a deer, and donate your WiiU to a minimum security prison, because you've got a lot of spinning to do if you want to catch up with the dirt-nasty game these spin-masters are spinning with.

Sources: Kuma Films