I have this thing still sealed in it's box. I forgot to open it when I was a kid and found it years later under my bed in pristine condition.
I did buy one from a garage sale and Thunder Hawk is easily the best MASK figure ever.
My brother and I created a game called Bubberand Pig. It consisted of one person being the pig who would carry around a broom stick and shoot rubber-bands with it while everyone else would hide in the stand of evergreen trees behind our house. If you hit someone with the rubber-band, they were out.
My army men set and Hot Wheels cars. Erector set and Lincoln Logs later on.
I can't believe Transformers haven't been mentioned yet. Those things were pretty awesome.
Favorite Transformer: Devastator.
And the vehicles that shot ****.
Star Wars action figures in elementary school. Then the Commodore 64 in middle school.
Original nintendo and super tecmo bowl. Awesome game. Bb gun. remote controlled car. any guns that shot stuff (nerf)
Transitioned from Legos -> N64 -> Desktop Computer
(Girl here) I would have to say Cabbage Patch Dolls. I was in 4th grade the year they were the "it" toy. Little did we know, but my parents had people looking for them for my younger sister and I for Christmas. We each had 2 or 3, including one we recused from the side of the road--he looks like a Frankenbaby because my Mom had to sew his head on. There were homemade-knockoff's and my Dad won/bought one at a Cyclone wrestling event. The doll came with a custom made ISU singlet, wrestling shoes and a ISU robe. We had homemade ISU cheerleading outfits and sweatsuits for our other CPK dolls.
My own girls now play with them when we go to Grandma and Grandpa's house.