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    Posted on Nov 3, 2015

    Here's What Your Favorite '90s Toys Look Like Today

    Why fix what isn't broken?

    Sorry to break it to you, but most of your favorite '90s toys have been discontinued :'(

    But here are a few that lived to play another day!

    1. Furby in 1998 vs. Today

    Tiger Electronics / Hasbro
    Tiger Electronics / Hasbro
    Tiger Electronics / Hasbro

    2. Barbie Dreamhouse in 1990 vs. Today

    Mattel, Inc
    Mattel, Inc
    Mattel, Inc

    3. Pokemon cards in 1998 vs. Today

    Wizards of the Coast / The Pokémon Company International
    Wizards of the Coast / The Pokémon Company International
    Wizards of the Coast / The Pokémon Company International

    4. The Little Tikes 'Cozy Coupe' in 1993 vs. Today

    Little Tikes / The Strong / Via museumofplay.org
    Little Tikes / The Strong / Via museumofplay.org
    Little Tikes / The Strong / Via museumofplay.org

    5. Easy Bake Oven in 1993 vs. Today

    Hasbro
    Hasbro
    Hasbro

    6. Bop It in 1996 vs. Bop It! Beats Today

    Hasbro / Via clickhole.com
    Hasbro / Via clickhole.com
    Hasbro / Via clickhole.com

    7. Tamagotchi in 1996 vs. Today

    Bandai
    Bandai
    Bandai

    8. Polly Pockets in 1990 vs. Today

    Mattel, Inc
    Mattel, Inc
    Mattel, Inc

    9. Skip It in the 90s vs. Today

    Tiger Electronics
    Tiger Electronics
    Tiger Electronics

    10. G.I. Joe figures in 1992 vs. Today

    generalsjoes.com / comeseetoys.blogspot.com

    11. Sky Dancers in 1994 vs. Today

    Play Along Toys
    Play Along Toys
    Play Along Toys

    12. An original Lite-Bright vs. Today

    Hasbro
    Hasbro
    Hasbro

    13. Super Soaker in 1991 vs. Today

    Larami / Hasbro
    Larami / Hasbro
    Larami / Hasbro

    14. My Little Pony in 1997 vs. Today

    Hasbro
    Hasbro
    Hasbro

    15. View-Master in the 90s vs. Today

    Mattel / Google / Via walmart.com
    Mattel / Google / Via walmart.com
    Mattel / Google / Via walmart.com

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