Toys of the Eighties, Mega Force
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These toys were produced by Kenner in the late 1980's. They ranged from small vehicles (tanks, planes, helicopters, etc.) that were die cast with moveable plastic parts. There were four larger classes of carrier vehicles, ranging from small support vehicles, to larger vehicles and aircraft that could carry many of the die case vehicles. Finally there was a very large base that could hold a vast array of vehicles. You could choose between being the Triax or V-Roc army. Both had different vehicles.
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Scotty Still Plays - December 05, 2007 - Report this comment
Wow. I've been thinking about these lately (not sure why), but had NO clue what they were called. I just randomly clicked on "Mega Force," and there it is! These things were so cool. They took a little bit more imagination to play with, since there were no shooting missiles or anything. But then, toymakers today don't want kids to have imaginations, because everything "actually fires!"
Zack - August 22, 2008 - Report this comment
I had the big triax mobil command center, and two smaller toys. These things were by far my friends and my favorite toys! Still talking about them today!
Jeremy - September 02, 2008 - Report this comment
I was not alive in the 80s, im only 10. But my dad gave me the part of the toyline he collected as a kid, and they KICK ASS! Ive been researching them the past couple of weeks,and am now a collector.
Jeremy - September 10, 2008 - Report this comment
PS My friend Pasha found the box full of the mini metal veichles that came with the bigger ones! :)
lildozer - March 12, 2010 - Report this comment
OH...MY...GOD! i have been tryin to remeber the names of these things for almost 2 years now. me and my friend had boatloads of em. they were so cool. i liked them a whole lot better than micro machines. when they first came out you could buy them at the dollar store. im gonna ebay these things.
robf - June 06, 2010 - Report this comment
Lol, I've these things hanging from strings in my brother's old bedroom here at my house. I used to own pretty much every one of these things. I wish they were still in good condition, stickers instead of paint doesn't hold up well :(. The little tranks are still all over my house in weird places. They're like glitter.
Mithriael - August 13, 2010 - Report this comment
WOOT!! I still have mine in my closet, I let me son play with them but he was not taking care of them so I took them back lol. I used to get mine from the defunkt toy store "Child World". Take sides, and take command of...
Me - February 24, 2011 - Report this comment
I still have a few of these down in storage. I couldn't remember what they were called.
Jeff - March 20, 2011 - Report this comment
They were a great line. I had the Thorhammer and Thunderwolf as a kid. I managed to find a few on ebay for my five year old son who loves them. I'm surprised he plays so well with them. Infact he keeps them in my closet so his freinds won't mess them up, but he says I'm not allowed to play with them. I wish I could find more. It be great if they'd come back with them.
CJ - July 08, 2014 - Report this comment
These things were amazing.I was thinking about some of my favorite toys growing up and came across these. And now I'm searching Ebay for them at

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