Star Wars The Force Awakens Micro Machine Playset (Assorted R2-D2/Stormtrooper)
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In this case it’s the Creature Cantina Action Playset from the ’70s, since both have a swinging door action mechanism and another that knocks Greedo to the floor. However, if you could keep hold of those minuscule vehicles, this special line of Micro Machines were great additions to the collection!
While the Millennium Falcon from the films didn’t have the adequate space to house Luke’s X-Wing, my best guess is that Galoob was offering two playsets in one: the interior of the Millennium Falcon and a generic Rebel Alliance base of some kind.
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Opening on hinges, one half of the Millennium Falcon consisted of the ship’s interior as seen in A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back, albeit exponentially expanded.
Hasbro re-introduced this line in 2015 for a few years due to the renewed interest in Star Wars toys. Yep, you too can give your kid a head start on a lifelong obsession with voyeurism – thanks to Micro Machines Private Eyes!
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Despite revealing that your vehicles are – unsurprisingly – just empty plastic shells, rather than intricate and functional machinery, for the most part, these Micro Machines really did look and feel awesome. The aforementioned R2-D2 Transforming Playset was one in a line of playsets shaped to look like the visage of various Star Wars characters.Right off the bat, this playset should definitely evoke memories from those that owned the original Dagobah playset from Kenner’s The Empire Strikes Back series of toys.