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What were you playing with in the 80s?

December 4, 2006 at 10:26 by Martina Comments

A must-see website for all of you in your thirties: Good Game Good Game. I have no idea who Argos is, and the site isn’t innovative at all in graphics and interactivity, but it’s based around toys from the ’80s, and this is enough to grab my attention.
Start with a quiz to challenge your memories, and when you’re done explore all the toys who populated your childhood. Meet Alf, the Cabbage Patch Doll, He-Man, My Little Pony, the Commodore 64 and many more… just any make sure tears don’t drop from your eyes…

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2 Responses to What were you playing with in the 80s?

  1. paul Jason says:

    Argos is a high street shopping chain that is simply a place where you walk in and instead of choosing goods from the shelves you simply browse through catalogues and then place your order. A very successful brand in the UK and as busy as hell at Xmas.
    The site is great but my only comment is that it’s a little too fast, maybe need more than 5 seconds to read and answer the question. This should go down a treat in the UK.

  2. Argos is a catalog shop, somewhat like the Dutch ‘kijkshop’. Especially succesful (once?) in the UK.

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