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Bigtrak Back From the 80s With Lots of Retro Goodness

by Range
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BigTrak was this cool six-wheeled toy that had built-in memory which allowed you to program a few different moves. Now, the BigTrak will be coming back later this year as the new and improved BigTrak Jr.

bigtrak toy robot retro

The original’s various moves were very limited, but you could play them back. The new version will allow you to store up to 32 programs. Add-ons include a digital camera and a rocket launcher, which will be available separately for $20 (USD) each.

bigtrak toy robot retro

The BigTrak, Jr’s. manufacturer didn’t mess with the original Milton Bradley design too much, although it’s about half the size and the aforementioned program storage and add-ons. There’s no video yet of the Jr., but here’s some footage of the original to keep you occupied while you wait.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6V-tuOf3dE

bigtrak toy robot retro

The BigTrak Jr. will be available soon and will cost $40 (USD).

[via CrunchGear]

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