Toys from the 80s

Do you have a favorite or least favorite game, toy or gadget from the 80s?

According to this Nat Geo Top 10 80s Toys Special, here is a quick short list to take you back...

  1. Teddy Ruxpin
  2. My Little Pony 
  3. He-Man/Action Figures/GI Joe/Star Wars 
  4. The Care Bears 
  5. Trivial Pursuit 
  6. Transformers 
  7. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 
  8. Dungeons & Dragons 
  9. Cabbage Patch Kids 
  10. The Rubik's Cube 

What was your favorite toy? Share with the community below!

  • Mutant ninja turtles was de big part of my childhood, as an anime.

    my main toys was the gameboy and Barbie 

    was these a 80’s ?

  • The toys from the 80s represent an era full of nostalgia for those who grew up in that decade. From iconic toys like the Rubik's Cube, to classic board games like Trivial Pursuit and video games like Super Mario Brothers, toys from the 80s brought fun and delight into households worldwide. Whether you have fond memories of these toys or you find yourself wishing the 80s would come back, toys from the 80s remain an integral part of that decade's culture.

    Today, many toys from the 80s are being re-imagined and re-released for a new generation to enjoy. Classic toys like Lite Brite and Simon have been redesigned with more modern technology, while vintage toys like Teddy Ruxpin and G.I Joe are being produced again for fans of the originals. The 80s toys trend has become so popular that many toy makers have even started producing entire lines of toys dedicated to the decade, allowing all generations to experience a blast from the past.

    No matter which toys from the 80s you have a favorite or least favorite, they remain iconic pieces of the era that will continue to be remembered for years to come.

  • The fact that Rubik's cubes exist still frustrates me

  • I remember all these toys. Played with some of these at the beginning of the 80s and I still have the Trivial Pursuit my brothers and I got as a gift in the late 80s.

  • Loved playing with the Rubik's Cube even though I did not understand it until i got older