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1 hour ago, Remmie said:

This has probably already been posted but can't be arsed going through 4 pages:

 

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Yeah, someone else posted that. Great board game, though. Haunted House was an earlier version. I love the illustration on the box.

 

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1 hour ago, J-V said:

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Centurions were brilliant and had some major firepower. I had the ground one and the water one (how many toys come with a moustache!) My mate had the flying one which I was mighty jealous of. 

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4 hours ago, Gruntfuttock said:

Don't remember those,but did have a few of these figures,

 

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They were brilliant toys. I loved the comic book which was taken over and swallowed up by the American GI Joe line. Big Baddie was called Baron Ironblood who changed into cobra commander. I found a website a few years ago that had all the comics archived. I’ll see if it’s still out there. Halcyon dats 

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50 minutes ago, Red74 said:

They were brilliant toys. I loved the comic book which was taken over and swallowed up by the American GI Joe line. Big Baddie was called Baron Ironblood who changed into cobra commander. I found a website a few years ago that had all the comics archived. I’ll see if it’s still out there. Halcyon dats 

Yeah, the Battle Action Force comics were boss. My younger brother had some of the later Action Force/GI Joe stuff, which I thought was pretty cool, too.

 

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48 minutes ago, Alan Sex said:

1. A big rock

2. dinosaur bone

3. stick

4. A little rock

5. sharp rock

Has Stringvest hacked you? 

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1 hour ago, Bjornebye said:

Has Stringvest hacked you? 

They were hand me downs from some conquest several generations earlier. 
 

So yeah, probably Stringy had them first. 

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7 hours ago, johnsusername said:

Centurions were brilliant and had some major firepower. I had the ground one and the water one (how many toys come with a moustache!) My mate had the flying one which I was mighty jealous of. 

Me and My Brother had all 3.  The add-ons for them were quality.

 

We were really spoiled with the quality of Toys back in the day.   I feel sorry for the younger generation all day have is Lego the rest of the toys now days are shit.

 

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I remember getting this for Christmas one Year and within 5minutes of opening the box I lost a piece you needed to combine them all.  Never did get to see Devastator in all his glory.  Was gutted.

 

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