Before franchises like Pokémon and Digimon arrived on North American shores to solidify Japan's takeover of the adorable collectible creatures fad that they started with Hello Kitty, Tamagotchis were THE hottest digital monster toy of the 90s.
The little egg-shaped toys let you raise tiny digital creatures, and it was such a cool and innovative idea at the time that everybody desperately wanted one. If you were lucky enough to get one, chances are these 12 memories will hit you right in the nostalgia.
1) The sheer wonder and amazement you felt when you saw one for the first time.
2) You never knew about Bandai until you heard their name over and over in the commercials.
3) Taking one out of the package for the first time and going "...Okay, now what?" (You had to pull out the paper tab).
4) How crazy it was the first time you saw an egg hatch into a tiny little blob.
5) The disappointment you felt when that tiny little blob did less than your pet goldfish.
There was no better teacher for this than Lego, which encouraged kids to be creative and discover different fields of history, science, and relatable day-to-day culture!If you and your siblings had any Lego growing up, then you'll know how much fun it was to build these sets. Let's see if you remember some of the most popular collections from the 90s!Fort LegoredoBest ToysThis was an awesome set to start out with. You got 6 cavalry units and a small team of bandits to play fight against each other in this western world. There was even multiple buildings for
Long before fidget spinners were banned from playgrounds across America, teachers struggled to control the spread of the giddily disgusting Garbage Pail Kids cards.While we tried to get our grubby little hands on every single set of these trading cards, looking back we wonder how we could stomach the nasty designs. Here are 25 cards that still make our stomachs churn:1. Slain WayneToppsWhile boogers were the bread and butter of garbage pail kids, the cards weren't afraid to stray into very adult territory. This scene of a death by execution was definitely one of their most questionable images.