Including Black Jack and Roullete?
I'm just going to politely point out that you're off topic and completely missing the point.
The point being that it's a stretch of logic to call figurines a toy, and if you're going to do that, you may as well consider videogames a toy; given the initial poster was talking about videogames and figurines. Board games have nothing to do with anything.
All or none. Don't cherry pick. I don't consider board games and video games toys. The only thing that these items share, is them being played with. I consider them entertainment, as movies are. Because they can range for many demographics. Toys in their core use, is for primarily kids. Lego is a toy, action figures/dolls are toys. NES ROB, light guns, and Amiibo are game addons/accessories. They have set rules and structure. Board games mainly require multiple people. A toy allows anything. You can use a Batman figure to be the villian in a Harry Potter castle set. I can't use Monoply money with Boggle. I can't take out Nathan Drake and put him in Pokemon. Than pretend he's Bastoise.