Can You Identify These ’90s Toys?
Released in 1998 by Tiger Electronics, can you name this toy?
- Fur baby
- Beanie Babies
Originally released in 1989 under a different name, this water gun was successfully rebranded in 1991 to be called what?
- Mega Drencher 50
- Water Blaster 50
- Super Soaker 50
- Mega Sprayer 50
Toys in the '90s were often miniature. Originally released in 1989 before becoming a popular line of 90s toys, these compacts contained their own little worlds:
- Sweet Secrets
- Polly Pocket
- My Little Kingdom
Do you remember these? More importantly did you play "for keeps" or strictly for fun?
Launched in 1994, these dolls had a pull-string base. When they were launched into the air they would fly with their foam wings spinning like a propeller. What's the name of these popular toys from the '90s?
- Sky Dancers
- Air Ballerinas
- Fairy Winkles
Kid toys of the '90s were sometimes a little weird. These crime-fighting half-man/half-sharks had an animated series and toy line:
- Street Sharks
Released in 1993, this doll produced stickers out of her torso and had a roller stamp and an ink pad in her feet. What was she called?
- Polly Pocket
- Krafty Kathy
- PJ Sparkles
- Sally Secrets
This digital pet first gained fame in Japan. Do you remember the name?
Reintroduced in 1992, this molding toy made it possible to create your very own bugs! What was it called?
- Creepy Crawlers
- Bug Factory
- Icky Squishers
These plush toys came with either three, four, or five puppies tucked in their Velcro-sealed tummies.
- Pound Puppies
- Puppy Surprise
- FurReal Puppies
- Puppy Love
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90s toys are iconic, unique, and overall a blast to play with. Every '90s kid gets a sense of nostalgia when we see products like the Furby, Beanie Babies, or the Easy-Bake Oven again. Children's toys from the '90s ranged from cute animals, creepy crawlies, and adorable doll accessories. Which toys in the '90s were your faves?