Uknown flat base skeleton warrior toy
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Uknown flat base skeleton warrior toy

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Back in the late 80s early 90s I had this toy that was a skeleton type thing that set in a flat rectangle base. I know there where many different types of these toys but I had the skeleton one. The idea was that you could play with this toy by pulling different things out of the flat panel but when finished all the parts would fit back into the panel and fit in your pocket. Anyone remember these things and could give me a name or more info? plz.

Posted by mega_star_andro
on Monday, September 13, 2010
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mega_star_andro -
Thursday, May 19, 2011
Yeah I was about 8 when they came out. I've seen a few up for auction lately but only the vehicle ones, not glo-bones.
Aesthetikz -
Thursday, May 19, 2011
Oh wow, I totally forgot about those!
I had the helicopter type one, And used to play with it all the time as a youngin'
mega_star_andro -
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Thanks so much broski! I found it! Well, I found out what it was, they were made by a combination of SEGA and Tyco in 1989 called Pocket Power, The skeleton was called Glo-Bones, found a pic but none for sale so far, but I'll be watching ebay and if anyone here has one I will pay top dollar for it.
invis -
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
found it! Mine's made by SEGA but I found an ad for Tyco ones also.

mega_star_andro -
Sunday, May 15, 2011
Maybe, I know they were all diffrent and I'm a total creeper so I chose the skeleton, lol, you got any kinda name or brand for these things? Wish I could find one but I'm lacking a lot of info...
invis -
Sunday, May 15, 2011
was one of them a motorcycle with a ripcord? I have one like this, its very cool
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