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1. Starting off, I had one of these metal, springy-looking things that I used to play with on the basement stairs. It may have been a hand-me-down from my parents for all I know, as it was popular when they were kids as well. Which toy am I describing?
2. I watched a lot of professional wrestling when I was younger, and in the mid-1990s, this toy was advertised heavily by the World Wrestling Federation. It pitted two combatants against each other, and required two people to play. Which Milton Bradley toy was this?
3. This next toy might have been my favorite. It featured two guns and two chest sensors and operated on AA batteries. The only other things required were a friend to play against, and plenty of outdoor space to run around. Which fast-paced game am I describing this time?
4. Another toy that I may have inherited from my parents came in an egg-like receptacle and inside contained a rubbery, elastic substance. Many generations are familiar with this toy, which is known by what name?
5. I must have had hundreds of these toys as a kid in the 1970s, which featured model cars and trucks. Additional accessories such as play rugs with designs of towns, and race track sets were available, but I usually just used my imagination while playing with them. What popular toy is this?
6. This next toy was almost exclusively used in the summer time because it was a water gun. It was heavily used by me while playing in the pool, or while my friends and I were outside playing in the scorching heat. Which toy helped us cool down a little bit?
7. While still on the subject of toy guns, which highly popular brand in the 1990s featured a wide array of dart guns, as well as foam footballs?
8. This next toy has been around since antiquity, and was popular throughout most of the 20th century. What toy could you make "sleep" or "walk the dog"?
9. Also known as milk caps, this toy became very popular in the 1990s and featured stacks of flat, circular cardboard that came with a "slammer" to flip over the caps. The caps had designs of various artwork, logos, television shows, movies, and more. Which game am I describing?
10. The late 1990s saw a huge surge of sales for these stuffed animals that had many characters such as Peanut the Elephant, Chocolate the Moose, and Splash the Whale.
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