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    40 Toys You Haven't Seen Since The '90s But Will Immediately Remember Playing With

    This post will give you back the sweet and pure mems of playing with them.

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    1. This plastic sword, which would legit hurt someone if you struck them with it:

    2. The 101 Dalmatians Happy Meal toys that you tried to collect all of (well, tried to convince your parents to keep going back to McDonald's for them):

    3. Puppy Surprise, which was always a major disappointment if you got fewer than four puppies:

    4. Crossfire, which was 99% hyped up in your mind because of the commercial for it:

    5. The Disney Store's version of Beanie Babies:

    6. And the Warner Bros. Studio Store's version of Beanie Babies:

    7. These windup bathtub toys that you would also use at the pool in the summer:

    8. The Mickey Mouse View-Master, which, honestly, was the best version of the toy:

    9. Sky Dancers, which you knew better than to stand underneath after launching:

    10. Doodle Bear, which would eventually become stained in faded marker:

    11. The Magic Ball and Mitt, which was fun for like five minutes:

    12. These monster finger puppets that you would get in birthday party gift bags:

    13. The Fisher-Price Little People, which were as big as your fist and virtually indestructible:

    14. The Pizza Hut Beauty and the Beast plastic hand puppets, which lived in your bathtub:

    15. And the random mermaid toy that also lived in your bathtub:

    16. YoYo Ball, which made you feel like a pro yo-yo player:

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    17. The Polly Pocket playsets, which were actually big and didn't fit in your pocket:

    18. Thin Ice, which required you to use a wet paper towel in order to play it:

    19. Bumble Ball, which nobody knew exactly how to play:

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    20. The Playskool flashlight, which was the best thing to make shadow puppets with:

    21. The Beauty and the Beast Talk 'n View Magic Mirror, which was basically your first Magic 8 Ball:

    22. The Brandy Barbie, which was so, so cool and actually looked like her:

    23. Star Wars Micro Machines, which were always way too easy to lose:

    24. Starting Lineup figures, which you were always afraid to take out of the packaging 'cause you thought they would be worth A LOT one day:

    25. The Littlest Pet Shop, which was just the cutest toy line:

    26. The random Pokémon figure, which was never as fun to play with as the cards:

    27. The Forbidden Bridge board game, which you never actually played the way you were supposed to:

    28. A teddy bear that looked like this (aka a teddy bear that looked like it was imagined by Laura Ashley and Lisa Frank):

    29. Disney's Musical Princess dolls, which sounded creepy whenever the batteries ran low:

    30. These Furby Happy Meal toys, which didn't do anything other than look creepy:

    31. The Aladdin action figures, which were as good as any other action figure line:

    32. A random Jack in the Box bendy toy that would somehow wind up in your toy box:

    33. And Gumby, which also somehow randomly showed up in your toy box one day:

    34. Kenner-Tonka Cupcakes dolls, which smelled so delicious:

    35. Troll doll pencil toppers, which you never used as actual pencil toppers:

    36. The Fisher-Price Loving Family Dream Doll House, which was one of the toys you would only play at a friend's or cousin's house:

    37. K'Nex sets, which were always much harder to put together than how they were portrayed in the commercials:

    38. The Sony cassette player, which was your first karaoke machine:

    39. A random The Lion King stuffed animal, which always sat on your bed:

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    40. And finally, the Barbie Fashion Designer CD-ROM, which helped you create some seriously janky outfits for Barbie that you thought looked HOT:

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