M.U.S.C.L.E., (Millions of Unusual Small Creatures Lurking Everywhere), was a toyline of 2-inch tall monochromatic PVC gum wrestling figures produced in the United States from 1985 to 1988. The story involved intergalactic wrestlers fighting for supremacy of the universe. The toy line itself was straight forward and collectors continue to make the line a viable hobby. The US line included 236 official figures, a boardgame, a NES game entitled M.U.S.C.L.E., a championship belt figure holder, and a wrestling ring playset. The figures were distributed in clear, blister-packed random 4-packs, semiopaque garbage can 10-packs, and boxed fixed sculpt 28 packs. For a short time, the figures were also distributed as a bonus in Nestlé Quik (now known as Nesquik) cans. Click here to watch a commercial »
The Crazy Clock Game came out in the 1960’s and was very similar to Mouse Trap. Click here to watch a video of it set up »
Debuting in 1995, the Dolly Maker is a remake of the old Mattel set and is a girl version of Creepy Crawlers. With this set girls can make bendable dollies along with all of the clothes for them. It comes with it’s own pink oven and even has “Glamour Goop”, a shiny, almost sparkly goop in such colors as pink, purple and green.
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