many imitators of the famous Micro Machines, including
few efforts by Mattel. But as the old commercials
used to say,
it doesn't say Micro Machines, than it's
not the real thing.
the world to Micro Machines back around 1987.
Micro Machines featured a lot of detail for their small
most of them were only 1½ inches in length!
release more colors and new castings for over a decade.
Hasbro bought out Galoob in 1999. After half-hearted attempts to keep
brand alive through themed sets such as Winner's Circle and GI Joe, and
revival lacking the quality that made Micro Machines so popular, Hasbro
to just relegate the brand name to "Titanium" series of movie