I was happily surprised to see that these games all made it to the market in 1979.
You know they call Starbird in Germany? Supervogel! This is the most educational segment I’ve ever provided.
I got a lot of nice mail over Krofft week and many folks wanted to join in! Seeing as most of you have better collections than me, it made sense to showcase them here today. Manuel has a great selection of Krofft borad games, I’ve never seen the Bugaloo’s one above. A lot of folks […]
In 1978, Milton Bradley who had already been known for board games for well over 100 years, brought the world some inventive and memorable electronic offerings in the form of Simon and Star Bird. While primitive by today’s standards in the late 70s, these were high tech and hours of fun. Click Here to visit the 1978 Milton […]
I was denied this as a child but I remember friends having this wonderful kit and as you’d expect from something with Vincent Price’s face on the box, it was a high quality item. Talk about timely, Jody sent in the picture for our Halloween contest of her latest yard sale score. I go to […]
Card #27 is Milton Bradley’s Star Bird Avenger, this card wasn’t decided by me or the factor of what I had as a kid, to be honest I was never aware of this toy back in ’79. I held a contest at the Mego Museum Trading Card Forum (where you can trade PS cards) and […]
The zenith of electronic toys for 1979 was at Milton Bradley. More 1979 Toyfair coverage all day.
Star Bird was created by Milton Bradley, it’s cool electronic features set it apart from the more obvious Star Wars inspired toys of the day (like this stuff). The command base practically begs you to use your star wars figures on it!
For the aspiring young witch doctor…..