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Old 05-22-2014, 12:55 PM   #1
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Default Favorite games/toys growing up.

I was in another thread where things turned into the new card games of Pokemon and cartoons, I wanted to start a thread of your favorite game or toy(s) growing up.

I hope this is the right forum for this, and I hope their isn't another thread like this. If there is, moderators please feel free to delete this one.
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I'll go first, my favorite games/toys growing up were trouble (there was something about the sound of that bubble popping when you pressed it down), hopscotch and play-doh.
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Old 05-24-2014, 04:45 PM   #2
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I'll go first, my favorite games/toys growing up were trouble (there was something about the sound of that bubble popping when you pressed it down), hopscotch and play-doh.
Play-doh not so much, but there was this stuff called Slime, which was kind of stretchy and snotty. Perhaps more geared toward boys. Yeah, perhaps.

I also had some stuff I got from a vending machine that was like Slime, but it glowed in the dark. Ever keen!




I used to like lawn darts, but that was apparently wrong.




Toy cars were my thing. Hot Wheels, Ertl, Matchbox, Majorette, and some Siku (from Europe). I ended up paining many of them. Often they'd just get orange marker lights and red taillights, but sometimes I'd get more elaborate (pulling the exposed motor out of a Mustang, filling the hole with Liquid Metal, and painting it black and gold to create a Shelby GT350H comes to mind, as well as mixing red, yellow, and black [because I didn't even have orange at the time] to create just the right shade of brown to serve as woodgrain panelling on the side of of Matchbox's Mercury station wagon).

Assembling model cars was also something I did quite a bit. And I only blew one of them up with a firecracker!




Monopoly was a game I played a lot, particularly with the chubby girl down the street. Come to think of it, I don't really enjoy Monopoly that much anymore.




I had a bunch of Big Jim toys. Something about role-playing, I guess. Nowadays I'm playing Grand Theft Auto, but I think it's because I always enjoyed assuming the identity of someone else, particularly if that character is competent and successful. I imagine many who play with "action figures" have some of this going on.




As far as games that required no purchase of board or cards, we played Hide-and-seek quite a bit, along with a variation of it on bicycles. In this version, played in the wooded trails of a nearby park, the Hiders would get a 1-minute lead before being searched down by whoever was 'it'. Hiders could stay in their first hiding spot for up to 5 minutes, but after that, could only remain stationary for as long as one minute. They could also remain in motion. If 'it' came within about 20 feet (very flexible and open to much interpretation or debate) of a Hider, then that person would be 'it' next time. If 'it' didn't find anyone within 15 minutes, all players would reassemble at the start point, and 'it' would be 'it' once more.

This game involved a lot more careening through the woods at ridiculous speeds, both on and off of dirt trails, than it really needed to. But then, maybe it did need to.




When we were quite young, my brother and I used to 'animate' our stuffed toys, either doing dialogue with or between them, or having them 'perform' songs while a record played (of course, I mean an LP or a 45).




And, of course, a great big cardboard box always unlocked limitless possibilities.
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My favorite toys while growing up? Hmmm...

Well, we're talking early-mid 70s here. I remember playing with my older brother's GI Joes...back when they were 12" tall!

I had various Mego action figures. I still have my Star Trek figures and playset.

I had a big box of legos which came in a BROWN box...that's it. This was years before the many play sets came out and I had a ball with those things. I still remember building an Apollo Moon Lander.

I built various aurora universal movie monster kits...still have those!

I had various hot wheels.

I had a Stretch Armstrong until I decided to see what made him stretch...then he was the late Stretch Armstrong.

Unlike today, when kids seem to be glued to cell phones or video games, I used my imagination and had lots of fun. Oh yes...

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my brother and i killed a stretch armstrong too! we wanted to see how far he really stretched and played tug of war with him. if i had only known then how much he is worth now...lol. but seeing the goo inside was sorta worth it

some of my other favorite toys...

-my grandmother had an all metal bodied play RV that was about the size of a breadbox. the lid folded up and you could have your dolls live in the rv. we of course used it as our own personal go cart and rode it down the hill near my grandmother's house by sitting on top of it. if you stopped before getting hit by a car you win..hahaha. no, really she lived on a side street and one of us kept watch...

-i used to love to play scrabble with my mom...and still do. she is the only person that will play with me because i like to play without keeping score and just try to make big words to fill up the board.

-my other grandma used to play po-ke-no with us. it is like bingo that you played with cards. that is how i won my favorite stuffed animal growing up...she would give the winner a prize and the loser a clothes pin...

aww..sweet memories....
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lol... my brother had an inflatable hulk and a "stretch" hulk. That hulk went through changes. My sister, the nurse, used that stretch hulk when she was learning how to insert needles....lol.. poor toy.

I used to play pokeno too.
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This was our favourite game growing up, but like all games my siblings and I had it usually only got used a couple of times before we inevitably lost important pieces of the game...

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Of course we had lawn darts too, good wholesome fun!
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One of my favorite games in growing up was Mousetrap - also liked Clue too! I also used to have the coolest battery operated robot - it was black, had a square head to it and it would move forward 3 times, stop, the head would split open and a Gozilla-like head would roar! It had a red light-bulb in it's mouth that would turn on when it roared. Don't know whatever happened to that thing but I still remember it was a lot of fun
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does anyone remember these?
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Yup! I had a spirograph and a viewmaster.

Mom always said no to a home video game system so I just played them at friends' houses or fed quarters to the arcade machines. Mom always wanted me and the sibs to do crazy things like play outside and get exercise. Weird

I was an early reader so I never needed a speak and spell...heck, I never bother with spell check on my computer today as it never needs to correct anything.


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Yeah.. I think we had better imaginations when younger because we didn't have a choice. We needed to make up games so as not to be bored. Video games were not something everyone had. I loved playing outside! Getting out to the park, playing hand ball, on the jungle gyms, going down that metal slide in the summer that burned your ass in the summer. All of that stuff was better than sitting in and playing video games. Not that those are not fun. God knows I clocked a lot of hours playing Chronotrigger, Tekken, Street Fighter, Pac-Man etc..
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Oh, I probably fed enough quarters into arcade machines to pay for several machines.

However, I also preferred being outside more...my elementary school had one of those fantastic huge metal slides - loved that thing!
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A few more board games that I loved....
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and my favorite of all.. (even now... I still love crayons!)
Heck...who DOESN'T love crayons? "Perfection" brings back lots of memories too.


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i was watching something on youtube the other day and saw a video that had pong in it. gave me some serious flashbacks. i remember when we thought atari was amazing!
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