Toys & Games

Being a kid in the 90s was truly a magical thing. We had some of the best toys and games ever created, like Bop-It, Gak, Pogs, and Silly Putty. If you forgot all about your favorite pastime or just want to see what you missed out on, check out all the best 90s toys and games.

Beanie Babies

Beanie Babies entered the market in 1993 and were stuffed animals that were filled with plastic pellets (or beans), rather than the traditio [...]


The company, Philips, first developed the Boombox in the 1970’s. A boombox is a portable cassette or CD player with two speakers on either [...]

Bop It

Bop It is a toy and game where players must follow a series of audio instructions and commands. The original Bop It was developed by Hasbro [...]


A Caboodle is a portable container in which make-up or art supplies can be stored and carried. It was a huge hit in the 80’s and 90 [...]

Creepy Crawlers

Creepy Crawlers are a molding toy created by Mattel. It is also known as the “Thingmaker” Creepy Crawlers were first invented an [...]

Crocodile Dentist

Crocodile Dentist was a popular board game for kids made by Milton Bradley. It was originally introduced in 1990 and was one of the best-sel [...]

Crocodile Mile

Crocodile Mile was a slip-and-slide toy that was introduced in the 80s and became popular throughout the 90s. It featured a long plastic mat [...]


Crossfire was a board game introduced in the early 70s by the Milton Bradley Company. It became especially during the 90s, helped by its com [...]

Don’t Wake Daddy

Don’t Wake Daddy is a board game for kids introduced by Parker Brothers in 1992. It debuted to huge success among young kids and was o [...]

Dragon Flyz

Dragon Flyz was a European and American television series created by Savin Yeatman-Effiel. The show took place in a 41st century post-apocal [...]

Dream Phone

The Electronic Dream Phone was a tween board game (geared mostly towards girls) that involved players taking turns picking cards that had pi [...]

Easy Bake Oven

The Easy Bake Oven is a fully functional toy oven for children created by Kenner Products and invented by Ronald Howes in 1963. The ove [...]


Floam is a 1994 Nickelodeon manufactured “bubblegak” made from a foam-like substance that comes in different colors. Is was sold by Rose [...]


A Furby is an electronic interactive robotic creature for children. It first appeared in stores during the holiday season in 1998 selling ov [...]


Gak was a popular kid’s toy developed by Nickelodeon and Mattel. Originally released in 1992, Gak proved to be Nickelodeon/Mattel̵ [...]

Giga Pet

Giga Pet is a digital or “virtual” pet released by Tiger Electronics in 1997. This was right in the middle of the virtual pet fa [...]

Gooey Louie

Gooey Louie is a board game developed by Goliath Games. A hit with kids in the 90s, the game maximized on the gross-out trend popular with y [...]

Hit Clips

HitClips is a small, palm-sized digital audio player created by Tiger Electronics in 1999. It wasn’t known for its advanced quality. H [...]

Kid Pix

Kid Pix is a bitmap drawing program designed for kids. Its creator, Craig Hickman, originally designed the program because he knew how diffi [...]


Knex are construction toys invented by Joel Glickman. The are direct rivals with fellow building toy, Legos. Glickman originally created Kne [...]

Koosh Ball

A Koosh Ball is a toy ball that is made up of rubber strings and a soft and squishy rubber core. The Koosh Ball was invented in 1986 by Scot [...]
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