Toy series I can't remember....
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Toy series I can't remember....

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I wonder if you guys can help me with this...I had two of these things. One of them, appeared to be a plastic soccerball, but it opened up to reveal a battle station with a really cool miniature action figure that went inside. The other one for all intents and purposes appeared to be a perfectly normal flashlight, I think the light even worked on it. But when you transformed it, it turned into a rocket type ship with another really cool miniature action figure that went inside it. I've been trying to find these things for years, but I cannot remember the name. Can someone help?

Posted by RexLewis85
on Saturday, November 6, 2010
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mrjayberry -
Thursday, February 23, 2012
The soccer ball should belong to Computer Warriors.

The military themed play sets where called Army Gear and where made by Galoob.

I never had any Computer Warriors but in 2nd grade I got the Swiss Army Knife that turned into a boat. I took it school and my teacher saw it when it was in knife mode and pulled a jack move on me. Boo to my second grade teacher.
RetroToyReview -
Sunday, February 5, 2012
Can't quite put my finger on it....ahhhh.
hawkeye -
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
I saw this in an old Toyfare I think, if I can find it Ill let you know.
somebody1 -
Friday, December 24, 2010
I remember a line like that but mine was a hand grenade and a .45 pistol that opened up to reveal a playset and soldiers. Wish I still had them as they were really well made.
RexLewis85 -
Monday, November 8, 2010
No I had some Mighty Max and Micro Machines...this was a separate series, the small figures retained basic articulation, and looked sort of like cybernetic mutants.
Therapist -
Sunday, November 7, 2010
Micro machines maybe?
Darththomas -
Sunday, November 7, 2010
Where they mighty max or something along those lines?
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