Do you remember putting an Easy-Bake oven or G.I. Joe on your Christmas list? Or maybe you remember starting your Hot Wheels collection in the ’60s or making your first LITE-BRITE design in the ’70s. It seems the year the original, 16-bit Nintendo rolled around the days of children playing away from a computer or TV screen were at their end, waiting to be swallowed up by the Xbox and iPod touch a decade later.
Do you, too, reminisce about the days of simpler toys and boardgames? Here is an infographic documenting some of the most popular holiday toys of the past 50 years. Which games do you remember playing?
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