A Sega Game GearA Sega Mega DriveA Game BoyA SNESA Rebound 4x4 R/C carA Magna DoodleAn Etch A SketchA SpriographA football goalA Master Shot basketball netA Disco HopperA very '90s skateboardA Matchbox Car WashA Matchbox Car CrusherA ScalextricA Hornby train setA Matchbox Rapid ShotAn Action ManStretch ArmstrongFetch ArmstrongDuploLegoLego TechnicMeccanoA BarbiePolly PocketPro Action FootballAsk ZandarGuess WhoBuckarooHungry HipposA handheld electronic gameA Sony DiscmanA Fisher Price pool table.A book that made soundsA Dash The Dog R/C carWalkie TalkiesColour CandlesA Lights AliveA Fashion WheelA full set of Crayola crayonsPlay DohA Play Doh Fun FactoryA Mr FrostyA Pogo BopA Nerf gunAdjustable Fisher Price rollerskatesA Power Rangers action figureA Tracy IslandA Mighty MaxBoglinsSylvanian FamiliesA My Little PonyA SindyScrewball ScrambleCrocodile DentistPop-up PirateDream PhoneElectronic BattleshipsA Game Boy camera and printerAn N64A PlaystationLock-OnA FurbyA Teletubbies dollA Little Tikes Cozy CoupéA Space HopperA Super SoakerA paddling poolSwingball
How Many Of These '90s Toys Did You Own?
This list may have brought back some tough memories for you, but though you may not have had as many toys as some others you learnt at an early age that there's more to life than material possessions. Or at least that's the line you're sticking with!
You had quite a lot of toys, but you definitely weren't spoilt. If you really wanted something you'd let it be known, but you also appreciated that in life you can't get everything you want. Anyway, why spend hundreds of pounds on toys when you can just go round to your rich friend's house and play with theirs?
You had ALL OF THE TOYS. Partly because you deserved them, but mostly because you had perfected the "nag your parents until they give in and buy it" technique. Perhaps it's time to have a rummage around the attic — those lumps of plastic might just be worth something these days!