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The Toy Shop

The Toy Shop Commodore 64 Title screen

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Commodore 64
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Description

Here's an unusual one: The Toy Shop is a set of computerized patterns for building your own mechanical models. You use the software to print out the pieces, then assemble them according to a set of instructions that come with the software. There are 20 different models, including trucks and cars with wheels that turn, a crane, an oil pump, a balloon-powered locomotive, a penny-powered clockwork bank, a helicopter powered by a rubber band, a sundial, a carousel, and the Spirit of St. Louis airplane with a working propeller. Designs can be printed on regular computer paper, then glued to card stock, cut out, and assembled.


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The Toy Shop DOS Main Menu
The Toy Shop Commodore 64 Browsing the toys. I am on the carousel.
The Toy Shop DOS Print Menu
The Toy Shop Commodore 64 Main menu

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