Do you remember these classic toys from the nineties and noughties?
1. Who Wants to be a Millionaire board game, 1999
The Who Wants to be a Millionaire board game would see players getting to emulate the popular TV show in their own homes. They would have to answer multiple choice trivia questions of increasing difficulty.
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2. Furby, 2000
Furbies gained popularity due to their apparent intelligence and their ability to develop language skills. They would start out speaking 'Furbish' and would gradually learn more and more English as they grew
3. Bob the Builder, 2001
Bob the Builder is a character from a British children's animated TV show of the same name. It follows the adventures of Bob as he helps the village with construction, repairs and other projects.
4. Bratz Dolls, 2002
The original Bratz line up included four 10 inch dolls - Yasmin, Cloe, Jade and Sasha. The dolls would go on to inspire the likes of a web series, movie, TV show and music albums.