TOYS ~ You can view toys Alphabeticlly, by Decade (1980's, 1990's and 2000's) by Type (dolls organised by size and theme, and plush/plastic animals organised by species), as well as grouped by Manufacturer, which also includes a brief historical timeline of the main toy makers. If you are interested in a toy which isn't listed here yet please visit my forum and go to the New Toy Sections board to see if it's in there!
FORUM ~ The forum has boards dedicated to Toy ID Help, so if you need help working out what something is, this is the place to go! Amongst others, there are also boards for Sales/Wants as well as General Toy Discussion. You'll also find a board dedicated to New Toy Sections, where members can post images and information of toys not currently featured on GOTD, plus a board for adding to the Current Toy Sections too.
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UPDATES ~ The updates page contains information on new and updated toy sections, as well as any changes I make to the website on whole.
LINKS ~ The links page is a compellation of sites I've used to research various toys as well as links forum members have submitted. There are also links to various sale sites, other toy forums and toy manufacturers websites.
Toy Of The Month!
"Welcome to the Starcastle kingdom, where all your dreams come true! Unlock the magic and become the princess you always wanted to be!"
Starcastle was produced by Trendmasters from 1995 and were a series of plastic castles which opened up via a key to reveal the inner living and playing space, and came with many little accessories each. In 2001 they introduced Starcastles with Stardancer Dolls, which were better known as Skydancer dolls. After Trendmasters ceased trading in 2002 (brought up by Jakks Pacific) at least three more castles were made for Disney using the old moulds with a fairytale princess theme. Just to make things even more confusing, Trendmasters produced several Starcastles in a variety of colours too!