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Unknown Source - Children explore a Big Mac Climber. Also seen are clear depictions of the bouncer spring toys featuring Captain Crook's boat and Filet-O'-Fish!

Unknown Source - Children explore a Big Mac Climber. Also seen are clear depictions of the bouncer spring toys featuring Captain Crook's boat and Filet-O'-Fish!

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Old school McDonald's Playland! who didnt have birthdays at mcdonalds back then? Playing on the mcdonalds playground was better than the school ones in the

Mr. Mouth...this one goes WAY back. It would move around in a circle opening and closing it's mouth as you would try to fling in all of your pieces first. I can honestly still hear the sound it would make. Crazy memories!

Mr. Mouth...this one goes WAY back. It would move around in a circle opening and closing it's mouth as you would try to fling in all of your pieces first. I can honestly still hear the sound it would make. Crazy memories!

Forget those ridiculous-looking black add-on smartphone controllers — if you're really looking to add some portable, real-world controls to your gaming experience, pick up the iCade 8-Bitty ($25). Sporting an eerily familiar retro rectangular design, it offers up a D-pad, eight buttons, Bluetooth connectivity, and compatibility with any and all iCade games for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Coming later this year.

Forget those ridiculous-looking black add-on smartphone controllers — if you're really looking to add some portable, real-world controls to your gaming experience, pick up the iCade 8-Bitty ($25). Sporting an eerily familiar retro rectangular design, it offers up a D-pad, eight buttons, Bluetooth connectivity, and compatibility with any and all iCade games for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Coming later this year.

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