Toys of the Eighties, Zoids
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They spawned the Starriors line in the 1980s. They went through a few incarnations, such as regular Zoids in the early 80s and Robo Strux later in the decade. These toys are basically motorized models that require no glue or paint for assembly. They enjoyed more success in Japan and the line started up again in August '99.
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em-j - August 08, 2007 - Report this comment
YOu could get none powered versions to I'm sure... As I recall having a wolf/cat type one!
Ian - January 06, 2009 - Report this comment
I remember zoids, you used to wind them up, they would wobble a bit, then stick, and then fall over...amazing stuff
Dan - February 16, 2011 - Report this comment
I had the battery-powered "Bigasaur", the apatosaurus-looking one, back in 1983 when it came out. Like Ian said, not the most stable, but pretty cool for the time.
Me - February 24, 2011 - Report this comment
I had the spider. I got it for my birthday at the mall when I was like 9. When you put it on a flat/smooth surface, it would walk in place.
Me - February 24, 2011 - Report this comment
I stripped out the motor on my spider zoid the first few evenings I had it. The little green army men I had attacking it were no problem. It stumbled over them with

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