Toys For Bob is an American video game developer founded in Novato, California in 1989. The name Toys For Bob was invented by Laurie Lessen-Reiche; it was chosen to stimulate curiosity and allude to Paul and Fred's appreciation of real toys.

In 2007, Toys For Bob was originally approached by Activision to develop a Spyro title under the name of Spyro's Kingdom. It was later succeeded by the Skylanders franchise, which the developer have been working on starting since 2011 with Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure and with their latest 2016 addition Skylanders: Imaginators releasing in 2016 featuring Crash Bandicoot as a playable character.

On April 5, 2018, it was announced that Toys For Bob will be developing Spyro Reignited Trilogy. It was released on November 13th in the same year.