3 Responses to “Let the games begin…”

  1. Allee Willis

    Allee Willis

    I never got into these. Too old by the time they got fashionable. Which is a lifesaver as that’s the last thing my poor thumbs needed. I was never into games anyway. Bingo, Pick Up Stix, Monopoly and otherwise it was tv for me. Makes a great collection though.

  2. Nessa

    Nessa

    These things were so expensive when I was a kid. I always thought they were lousy games for such a price, but I guess they did represent pretty high technology for the time. They are colorful and interesting looking in their own right, to attract kiddos to beg mom for one, I’m sure. =)