Retro 1980s Stuff You Can Still (And Totally Should) Own

Rube Cube#4. Rubik’s Cube ($10 @

The handheld 3D combination puzzle has challenged gamers to solve its color conundrum since 1980 — and it’s still hard as hell to complete. The object of the puzzle is to arrange nine like-colored cubes on each face of the cube.  Sounds easy enough until you spend a few days trying to make it happen.

gameboy original#5. Game Boy ($45 and up @

Nintendo’s Game Boy was introduced in 1989 with four operating buttons and a greenish pixel display screen. Although PSP and even the Sega Game Gear have outranked it in terms of graphics and game variety, the Game Boy still remains a favorite today because … well, because it’s Game Boy.



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Remember Joe Versus the Volcano or Big Trouble in Little China? We’re not surprised. They’re semi-decent movies that should have performed far better in theaters.