Cabbage Patch Kids (Babies)
Original debuted in: 1982
Still includes a birth certificate with a one-of-a-kind-name, birth date, and adoption papers.
Original debuted in: 1998
Furby’s gotten one high-tech update: Emotional and unpredictable, Furby will let kids know how it feels through a series of animations displayed in its expressive LED eyes and the more kids play with Furby the more Furby changes.
Original debuted in: 1987 (for TMNT toys only)
These heroes in a half-shell, riding high with a new show, have one sweet ride complete with 360-degree ejector swing-out.
Slinky (Musical Box Special Edition)
Original debuted in: 1962
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original Slinky, the box on this brassy Collector’s Edition plays the original theme song. Because, you know, it’s fun for a girl or a boy.
Original debuted in: 1914
The newly redesigned pieces snap together and stay together for long-lasting play.
Original debuted in: 1999
These newest diecast models include a collectible trading card with art by the Muscle Machines primary artist, Rohan Day.
Pac-Man Connect and Play
Original debuted in: 1980
Now you can play level 256. The original arcade game was meant to be never ending, but a glitch in the program ended the game at level 255.
Original debuted in: 1965
This year that geometric drawing fun that is the original Spirograph hit the market for the first time in 10 years. Get that Spiromania.
The Original Big Wheel
Original debuted in: 1969
The King of the Sidewalk is back. The new line includes the original big wheel 16-inch front wheel, bright primary color graphics, a three-position seat, and sturdy plastic construction for safe riding.
Cinderella (My Magical Wand)
Original debuted in: 1950s (after the Disney movie came out)
Sure, this Disney Princess has never really gone out of style but this latest doll tells a story with images from it magically lighting up on her gorgeous skirt.