Before the internet, iPads and Facebook there was such a thing as toys.
Those with memories of an 80s childhood will remember spending free time imaginatively, orchestrating scenarios starring the Care Bears and G.I Joe.
From iconic treasures like the Atari and the Big Yellow Teapot, here are 13 toys you definitely played with in the 80s.
1) Fireball Island
Fireball Island entailed some rather complex rules which sparked angst at family board game time while you tried endlessly to get your hands on the coveted jewel.
2) Care Bears
Initially a design for greetings cards in America, Care Bears were developed as a stuffed toy in the early 80s.
3) Nintendo NES
It was a simpler time for computer gamers with delights like Super Mario and The Legend of Zelda for entertainment.
4) Big Yellow Teapot
What’s not to love about this big yellow teapot?
5) Fisher Price’s tape player
There was one thing that brought you the soundtrack of the 80s, and that was the Fisher Price cassette player.
6) Guess Who
It’s become tedious over the years, but it’s still a classic.
7) The Star Wars Millennium Falcon
Star Wars fans spent years building their action figure army and re-enacting well-known scenes from the films.
8) G.I. Joe
No one messed with G.I. Joe.
The Transformers toys followed the TV series of the same name. Anyone who was anyone had one.
10) My Little Pony
How many did you have in your collection?
Bad move throwing this one out, it’s going for triple figure sums on eBay these days.
12) Glo Worm
It may not have been the most attractive of toys, but he was a loyal companion to all.
13) Teddy Rumpkin
Teddy Rumpkin was the world’s best selling toy in 1985 and 1986.
As a talking bear who read stories, he also had a 65 episode TV series.