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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.


The Toy Shop Commodore 64 Title screen
The Toy Shop Commodore 64 Browsing the toys. I am on the carousel.
The Toy Shop Commodore 64 Main menu
The Toy Shop Commodore 64 Deciding if I want to print this toy.

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Martin Smith (66870) added The Toy Shop (Commodore 64) on Jan 01, 2006
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