If you were a 90s kid, you’ll definitely remember some of these classic toys.
1. The Talkboy, helping us all feel as cool as Macaulay Culkin in ‘Home Alone’.
2. Giant Barbie was the ultimate dream.
3. The Easy Bake Oven made playtime extra delicious.
4. Chicken Limbo was a whole lot of fun.
5. Only the coolest kids wore L.A. Gear shoes.
6. The Barbie Jeep let you cruise in style.
7. Boys usually preferred the Power Wheels Jeep.
8. Tamagotchis let us have a pet in the palm of our hand.
9. The Gameboy Color and those early Pokemon games. The perfect Christmas gift.
10. Gooey Gak, because playing with sticky slime is weirdly entertaining.
11. Skip-It was a great way for kids to stay fit and have some fun.
12. A giant AFX Race Track allowed you to recreate incredible races from the comfort of your living room.
13. The Hot Wheels Car Wash shouldn’t have been so much fun, but it was.
14. The Talking Family Dollhouse, filled with magical dolls that could really talk.
15. The Etch-a-Sketch Animator took etching and sketching to the next level.
16. The Super Soaker 50 was the ultimate way to annoy your friends and family.
17. Creepy Crawlers let you create your own crazy insects.
18. The Fashion Wheel was perfect for aspiring clothes designers.
19. This baby doll was able to eat and poop. Because why not?
20. Pound Puppies were a vital part of every child’s stuffed toy collection.
21. It was almost therapeutic to brush a Troll’s hair.
22. American Girl Dolls were always gorgeous and fashionable.
23. A Hess Truck to carry your little cars around.
24. Moon Shoes were a weird idea, but they were really popular.
25. Sky Dancers would usually fly away and get trapped behind some piece of furniture.
26. The Power Rangers Megazord actually broke down into individual Zords!
27. The African American Princess Imani doll was another big hit.
28. No childhood was complete without two friends pulling a Stretch Armstrong as hard as they could.
29. The Lite-Brite let you make some beautiful pictures.
30. Star Wars fans went wild for this Millennium Falcon toy.
31. The Hot Wheels PC was expensive and not even very good, but it looked so darn cool!
32. Floam was the best.
33. Skateboard Shannen showed us that girls could be great skaters too.
34. Polly Pocket opened our eyes to a miniature world of wonder.
35. The Micro Machines: Super Van City folded out to form a giant play area. So cool!
36. Poo-chi was the ideal robot friend.
37. The N64 was one of the best consoles ever.
38. And finally, one of the most popular kids toys ever: Furby.