Betting on nostalgia, several brands brought back toys that were successful in the 80’s and 90’s, but with modern changes. From a portable radio with Bluetooth and karaoke to a game that combines real estate banking and Pacman, the options promise to entertain the whole family. It can be a great way to bring the different generations together and introduce children to the games of their time. Check out the tips!
1. My first Gradient
If before the portable radio operated on batteries and recordings were made on cassette tape, now it has a long battery life and even allows you to play music from your smartphone. With Bluetooth connection, it still maintains the original proposal of being a 2 in 1 device: it serves as both FM radio and karaoke.
Gradiente, R$ 449. For any age
2. Monopoly Arcade Pacman game
This one is for those who want to remember two classics from the 80’s at once. The game unites classic real estate banking rules with video game characters. Players insert plastic coins into the arcade to pay rent, sell and steal levels. Instead of money, they get points, and every time they pass the starting point they must necessarily play the Pacman minigame in the arcade.
Hasbro, R$ 299.99. From 8 years
3. Ferrorama XP100
The first model of ferrorama launched by the brand, in 1973, returned to the market in a commemorative edition. Just like the original, the toy comes with a detachable track, battery-powered locomotive and lever control. It also comes with poles, signalman, coal miner and freight car.
Star, BRL 329.99. from 4 years
4. He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
The franchise’s line of dolls has been relaunched with a completely revamped look, articulated items and themed collections. Children and adults will be able to relive the adventures of heroes and villains from the series, such as He-Man and Skeletor.
Mattel, R$110. From 6 years old
After three decades of launch, it is now available in three color options: green and purple, orange and yellow, and black and orange. Just place your feet on the puck, push it down and start jumping!
Star, R$ 179.99. from 6 years
6. My first learning video game
Inspired by the portable games that were successful in the 80’s and 90’s, it works like a real console, has directional keys, a game ribbon and a backlit screen. By pressing the play buttons, the device plays songs, sounds and phrases (in Spanish and Portuguese) that teach about colors, numbers, shapes…
Fisher-Price, R$ 129.99. from 6 months
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