Have you ever wished your collections could take up less room? Then you need to check out Super Impulse’s toy lines.
Super Impulse has made a name for itself with tiny reproductions of old favorites. In the video game realm, they have the Tiny Arcade line, and for toys it’s all about World’s Smallest. Both lines recreate favorites from your childhood, but in tiny, affordable versions.
Beginning with Tiny Arcade, the ling recreates famous video game cabinets as 3.5-inch tall toys. They are fully playable games, albeit with tiny controls. As difficult as it might be to imagine being able to play these, I found no issues with it, and I’m 6’4″ with large hands.
We were sent both Hello Kitty Pac Man and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It’s crazy video games can be shrunk to a size such as this.
The Tiny Arcade cabinets have suggested retail prices ranging from $19.99 to $24.99.
Moving to the World’s Smallest line, sometimes you just want to enjoy toys of your past without them taking up so much room. This is the line for you then as you get to enjoy some of your old favorites in a much smaller form factor.
Want to play some Magic the Gathering? These tiny decks are completely playable, but they are only about 2-inches tall. But when you open them up you will find complete themed decks with everything you need. Lands, spells, creatures, just all on super tiny cards.
But what if you were more of an action figure person. How about some 1.5-inch tall He-Man and Skeletor action figures? Despite how tiny they are, they still have limited articulation and even come with accessories. They even made a tiny Battlecat for He-Man to ride into battle.
Beyond the Masters of the Universe, the line also includes things such as Lite-Brite, Barbie, Hot Wheels, and more.
It’s a great way to get a bit more fun in your life without taking over the shelves in your office or bedroom.
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