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Basic Fun Board Game Checklist

Basic Fun hit the scene in 1991 with a miniature working keyring version of the Super Soaker. The combination of miniature + working + keyring proved to be highly popular, and over the next 25 years or so they made over 1,000 different keychains. In later years they branched out into other novelty items but, for the purposes of this post, I'm just going to concentrate on their miniature board games (plus a few other minis I need to own). These are highly detailed replicas of their full size counterparts and are perfect for 1/6 scale scenes. One day I will catch them all!

Green - I own it.
Red - Not yet...


* All pictures come from Google Images, I claim no ownership *


Aggravation


Ant Farm


Backgammon


Barbie Queen of the Prom


Barbie Styling Head


Barrel of Monkeys


Battleship


Battling Tops
Watch it in action HERE.


Boggle


Booby Trap
Watch it in action HERE.


Cabbage Patch Kids
*Note: There are six to collect.


Candy Land


Checkers
*Lion King Checkers
*Winnie the Pooh Checkers


Chess


Cluedo


Connect 4


Cootie


Cranium


Darts


Don't Break The Ice


Don't Spill The Beans


Etch-a-Sketch
*Note: comes in blue, red, light blue, pink, purple, silver, blue camouflage and green camouflage.


Glo Worm



Horseshoes


Hot Wheels


Hungry Hippos


Jack in the Box


Kerplunk


Lunch Box
*Note: Barbie; The Beverly Hillbillies; Get Smart; Gunsmoke; Happy Days; The Wild Wild West


Magic 8 Ball


Magna-Doodle
Watch it in action HERE.


Monopoly


Mouse Trap
Watch it in action HERE.


Mr Mouth


Mr Potato Head


Operation
Watch it in action HERE.

Ouija


Parcheesi


Perfection
Watch it in action HERE.


Pictionary


Poker


Scattergories


Scrabble


Scratch Art


Simon


Snakes and Ladders


Sorry!


The Game of Life


Thomas the Tank Engine


Tic Tac Toe


Trouble


Twister


Uno


View-Master
Watch it in action HERE.


Wizzer Spinning Top


Wooly Willy
*Homer Simpson version
* Krusty the Clown version



Then there is the Arcade series:



Air Hockey


Basketball
Watch it in action HERE.


Crane Machine
Watch it in action HERE.


Donkey Kong
Watch it in action HERE.


Foosball


Fortune Teller


Pinball
Watch it in action HERE.


Rod Hockey
Watch it in action HERE.


Shooting Gallery
Watch it in action HERE.






Boo Roo and Tigger Too

Comments

  1. Looks like there are some interesting games there. Like the idea of the mini Etch a Sketch!

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    1. I just love anything in miniature, it instantly becomes 100% more exciting! :)

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  2. Oh my goodness I can remember Woolly Willy, so much fun

    Thank you for linking up to #ToyTuesday

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  3. I didn't realise there were so many. I can definitely remember having a mini etch a sketch.
    Thanks for linking up to #toytuesday

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    1. I love that they all work and do things, that's my favourite thing to see in miniatures!

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