Museum of Curious Toys & Games
Hello and welcome to another view into this one-of-a-kind collection celebrating the bizarre world of creepy or unusual toys & games. Each item featured in this collection represents a questionable moment in the development of toys and games throughout history.
Today’s Featured Item: Cold War Unicorns
Here’s an official product description of the Cold War Unicorn set:
It’s a Cold War showdown! This play set allows you to play out the intense struggle between two global superpowers in the majestic fantasy world of the Unicorn! Can the Commie Unicorn’s horn of classless social structure hold up against the Freedom Unicorn’s hooves of capitalist opportunity? You decide! Each hard vinyl figure stands 3 3/4-inches tall and features articulated joints for all sorts of dramatic poses. You’ll love them, they’re educational and absurd!
“Commie vs. Freedom”
Can’t We All Just Get Along?
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View Other Items from the Museum of Curious Toys & Games Collection
- The (Not So) “Funny Face” Board Game
- The Outer Space Men (1968)
- The Town Dump Board Game (1977)
- Feeley Meeley Board Game (1967)