Video games are amazing, but i hope my kids (one day) also get to see/play with these things:
Pogs are typically flat circular cardboard discs which are decorated with images on one or both sides.
Silly Putty & Gak
It bounces, but breaks when given a sharp blow and can also flow like a liquid.
Traditionally tops were constructed of wood, sometimes with an iron tip, and would be set in motion by aid of a string.
We used to play by hitting another players marble; then you win their marble. Some play to knock it outside of string.
Put them face down on a pile. Hit the pile hard with an open/cupped hand. Keep all the cards you flip over on your turn – no take backs!
Plastic monsters shaped like teeth. Played the same way we played marbles. Did other countries have these things? They’re hard to find on the internet…
When your teacher tells you not to play games in class… so your pet dies because you didn’t feed it. The evil consequences of teachers setting rules.
We are only fascinated by your hair – and playing with it…
I used to tie knots in the elastic threads…
Did i leave your 90s toy out? Tell me all about it 🙂
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