Galaxy II from Epoch (1981)

“Imagine, the destiny of the Universe is in your hands.”

Turnin’ Turbo Dashboard from Tomy (1983)

Turnin’ Turbo Dashboard from TOMY (1983)

In 1983, Tomy released Turnin’ Turbo Dashboard, a child-sized replica of a sports car dashboard with working parts and a viewing screen.

Vintage Toy Restoration – Transformers G1 Metroplex from Takara Tomy

Watch as Dave of the Toy Polloi YouTube channel repairs a Transformers G1 Metroplex figure.

Run Yourself Ragged from TOMY (1979)

Released in 1979 from TOMY, Run Yourself Ragged challenged players to be the fastest through a miniature obstacle course.

Digital Derby from TOMY (1978)

Released in 1978 from TOMY, Digital Derby was an electro-mechanical game that challenged players to successfully navigate their race car through a non-stop flow of oncoming traffic.

Omnibot 2000 from TOMY (1984)

The Omnibot 2000 was the “state-of-the-fun” toy robot produced by TOMY in the 1980s.

Dingbot from TOMY (1982)

In 1982, TOMY released Dingbot, a small toy robot whose design was heavily influenced by the fictional film character E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.

Pop Up Super Mario from TOMY

Nintendo’s beloved Super Mario is making its way into family fun, courtesy of TOMY’s new Pop Up Super Mario game.

Flip and Fold Fashions from TOMY (1981)

In 1981, TOMY released Flip and Fold Fashions, a toy that let children play fashion designer by mixing and matching fabrics and accessories to coordinate a custom outfit for their model.

Omnibot from TOMY (1986)

“In the not-too-distant future, they’ll be everywhere.”

Pocket Games from TOMY (1975)

Before battery-powered, hand-held games became de rigueur, TOMY released a line of non-electronic Pocket Games in the US for ages five and up.