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Do you wish that sometimes your kids would just get off their phones, iPods or electronics? Maybe sit down and play a game face to face with their siblings? Can you remember what the games you use to play with as a child were? Growing up, was there one in particular that you just had to have for Christmas?
Nowadays, it seems as all kids want are video games or some type of electronic gizmo. At least that is how it is with my three boys. Because of my job, I get a lot of toys, board games and such for review. My three “testers”, especially my youngest, always are excited when we sit down as a family to play together. I have learned that even though they love their electronics, they also like the games that bring us together.
This is where Tin Toy Arcade can help, they are an online toy store that specializes in classics, vintage and retro toys that you may remember from when you were a kid!
I found three toys that I use to play with when I was a child:
Fisher-Price Chatter Telephone – a perfect reproduction of the 1961 ringing rotary dial phone with happy eyes and a pull string.
Tiddledy Winks – you play by shooting the “winks” toward the target by pressing the “squidger” on the winks. We played by seeing who could pop the most circles onto the board!
Aqua Arcade Game – just add water and push the buttons to throw the hoops up in the water. My sister and I would compete against each other on who could get the most rings in a certain amount of time.
If you are looking for a unique gift to get a child, take a look around at Tin Toy Arcade… they are sure to have that perfect gift from yesteryear. Plus your gift is sure to be one that kids nowadays will get a kick out of!
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