Friday, September 14, 2007

PhotoHunt 75: Plastic


Those day, there was no Playstation, classic games like Atari in early 1980's only offers extremely low end graphic - I would not even call it graphic, geometric figure would be more accurate word.

in case u can't figure out the above, those are 2 tanks on a plain large green field trying to shoot each other off

Forget about 3D, it was not there yet for another 15 years. The only 3D games available is real life 3D. Yes, traditional plastic toys, spice up with some creative imaginary thought - should not be a problem for kids.

Despite kids these day falls into the dark side of

Massively multiplayer online role-playing game

I'm glad to see my 7 years old kid still have strong imagination playing plastic toys.



10 opinion, wanna say something?:

satkuru said...

i wonder where are all my plastic soldiers, hahaha. it has been so many years since i have taken them out

Nap Warden said...

I remember these guys!

gwapasila said...

my kids, enjoyed watching youe plastic toys. Cool. Check mine today. TC

jams o donnell said...

Nice take on this week's theme. It's good to see kids still like "older" types of toys. Happy weekend

Nita said...

Good choice of photo! Mine is up too. Hope you can visit me :) Have a great week!


It's a good thing you child still plays with such toys. Playstation, Atari, and such take up so much of a child's life, they don't know what they are missing. Great post and have a good weekend.

Myrna said...

More kids need to use their imagination and shut off the video games! Great picture of the army guys and dinosaurs!

Love Bears All Things said...

I agree about the toys. Children need to use their imagination. Not too much of that going on with video games. Does your son play with Hot Wheels and Matchbox cars?
Mama Bear

Paulie said...

Definitely imagination in use here -- guns and dinos at the same time? hehehehehe Good choice for this theme.

Thanks for visiting mine.

LoveMyStarr said...

I liked to play Atari! And great graphics on the plastic toys! Thanks for stopping by my place.