The toy business is booming. Going to the toy store and only being able to pick out one toy was always so difficult. For all the toy lovers out there you know this feeling pretty well.

Don’t you wish you could play with some of your favorite toys from the 90s? Whether they belonged to you growing up or your kids, you know that there were some pretty awesome things to entertain yourself with in the 90s.


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One of the biggest icons in the toy industry is the beautiful Barbie. Barbie is a legendary doll that everyone knows about, and generations of children have grown up playing with. Barbie is fun and easy to play with too!


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Back to the days of sitting on the camp bus playing on your Tamagotchi with the person sitting next to you trying to keep them alive. This little toy was something that all kids had back in the day. Not only did kids have one Tamagotchi most had at least 4 or 5 of them. When one would die you would start up another!

Easy Bake Oven

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At one point its every girls dream to become a baker and make the most incredible cakes. All the little girls and boys had the opportunity to show off their skills with their Easy Bake Oven.  Everyone would get dressed up, put on their little chef hat and start baking cookies, brownies, cupcakes and more! I loved baking brownies; my mom always told me how amazing they tasted!

Game Boy

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A not too complicated fun game that we all used to play. The signature Game Boy. This was a game that all kids liked to play with. There were many games made for the Game Boy so you could go into the toy store and pick out which ones you wanted — and the more you had, the better!

Light Bright

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Lighting up the room is always fun especially when you decide what you wanna light it up with. With Light Bright you can think outside the box and make any image you want! Get creative and have fun!

What was your favorite toy growing up?


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