1. Rule the Arcade!

    Rule the Arcade!

    Rule the arcade with the coolest retro video games around! Schylling has made it possible to bring classic arcade games right into your home!

    The Frogger Retro Arcade Game looks and plays just like the 1981 original! Complete with an arcade style joystick and authentic sounds too! No coins required! Get Frogger home safely by navigating across the busy highway and rushing river without falling into the water. Can you beat all the levels? Based on the original Atari Arcade Game of the 1980's, this mini electronic game will bring back feelings of nostalgia and excitement. Whether you're a Frogger pro or you're just starting out, this mini version is perfect for everyone! 3 AA batteries are included so the fun can start right away!

    The PacMan mini arcade game comes programmed with two play modes for awesome throwback action! Move the joystick to devour the dots and enjoy authentic arcade sounds from two mini speakers. Practice makes perfect - you'll be chomping up prizes and out-running ghosts in no time! You never even have to take a break for more quarters! The perfect gift for both a kid too young to have experienced the old school arcade glory days and a grown-up kid who remembers heading down to the arcade with a bag of coins and a herd of pals. It even comes with 2 AA batteries. 

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  2. Some Things Never Go Out Of Style

    Some Things Never Go Out Of Style

    When you think of classic toys, two things probably come to mind: Barbie and Hot Wheels. It’s amazing how the same toys that we played with as children as still just as popular with children today! So many things have changed throughout the years, but these time-honored toys have remained constant. There’s just something pleasantly nostalgic about seeing your child play with the same toys that you used to play with when you were their age.

    Barbie Dolls were first introduced in 1959 by Mattel co-founder Ruth Handler. After watching her daughter spend hours playing with paper dolls, an idea began forming in her head. She envisioned a 3D doll that would allow children everywhere to play out their dreams. At the 1959 New York Toy Fair, the first Barbie Doll made its big debut! Ruth was proud that “Barbie always represented the fact that a woman has choices.” Barbie inspires children to pursue their dreams and teaches them that they can be anything they want to be. You can find Barbie at any of our four stores and online!

    Hot Wheels cars came to be in 1968 when Mattel co-founder Elliot Handler got the idea to create a line of die-cast model cars. Elliot wanted to ensure that these cars looked realistic, so he recruited car designer Harry Bentley Bradley. Together they created the very first line of Hot Wheels model cars! They were a huge success and are still just as popular today! Hot Wheels cars encourage imaginative and hands-on play. Available at any of our four stores and online!

    Mattel toys truly are American classics. There’s no better feeling than reminiscing on some of your fondest childhood memories, and these nostalgia-inducing toys are just the trick. Click below to shop or visit any of our four locations! 

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