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Fun4All Checklist


A couple of weeks ago I did a checklist of the miniature board games and other toys produced by Basic Fun (you can find it HERE). This week I'm following it up with similar offerings produced by Fun-4-All, before they went bust in 2004. One day I will catch them all! ;)


* All pictures found via Goolge Images, I claim no ownership *


Big Wheel


Furby
Talking keyrings - there are tons of different designs of these.


Jacks


Jigsaw Puzzle
There is also a Simpsons version.


Kerplunk


Lincoln Logs


Lite Brite


Mancala


Mastermind


Pet Rock


Play-Doh Fun Factory


Rebound
See it in action HERE.


Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots
You could get keychains of the individual robots too.


Simon


TinkerToy


Tip It


Tonka
You could also get a fire engine.


Transformers
There were eight different versions; read more HERE.

Uno








Boo Roo and Tigger Too

Comments

  1. If they went belly up, is anyone else producing these items now?

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  2. Hi, I'm glad you've made this list. I'm a collector of both Basic Fun and Fun-4-All myself. In fact your last image of the UNO card game is actually from my flickr :D You've posted a few I'm still looking for as well: Simon, Jacks, Rock Em Sock Em Robots, Wheelie, Pet Rock, Transformers collection. Some I can still find on ebay like Simon and some of the transformers, but they seem to be getting harder and harder to find. Best of luck!

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    1. Oops I meant Big Wheel, not Wheelie.

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    2. :D It was equal parts fun and depressing to put together. Fun because it's all so cool, depressing because there are so many I still need to collect! Hehe. I'm just a sucker for anything miniature - but at least it means the collection takes up less space...

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    3. I am too! lol I love anything miniature :P I think it's mostly because of the cuteness factor, or maybe it's the ability to carry them around wherever you go, either way they are definitely a fun and enjoyable thing to collect. I also follow Museum of Working Miniatures on YouTube (which you link to for the Rebound key chain), his videos are how I found out about some of the more rare items. It's always exciting to meet other collectors online :D

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    4. I love that channel! My bank balance doesn't though - I'd never come across some of the miniatures he had featured before. They went straight on the wishlist. ;) Definitely - it's so great to hear what other people have found!

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  3. Oh my a blast from the past, I can remember a few of these

    Thank you for linking up to #ToyTuesday

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  4. It seems everywhere I turn at the moment I am seeing things from my childhood, making the impending big 40 even more apparent! Thanks for linking up #ToyTuesday

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    1. Every time I turn on any of the 'vintage' music channels or whatever I feel ancient!

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