Posted by sean on January 19, 2020 at 10:32 pm in Video Games with No Comments


Like me, you have probably noticed that it isn’t unusual to see very young children playing on iPads, Fire tablets and the like.

Is this the norm these days?

It amuses me how there are no doubt one-year-old babies, who know more about using an iPad than their 60-year-old granddad.

I remember showing my parents how to set the timer on the video recorder, but I had at least started school by then!

The reason for this blog, is because my Mum found one of my favourite childhood toys in her loft.

Unlike kids toys of today, mine didn’t run on batteries. There wasn’t even a USB port!

Introducing, the car mat…

I PREDICT THE CAR MAT TO MAKE A COMEBACK, AND BE THE ‘MUST HAVE’ TOY OF CHRISTMAS 2020!

I had endless hours of fun with my mat and collection of toy cars – most likely Hot Wheels and Micro Machines. I guess today’s equivalent of this is Grand Theft Auto 5.

A MAP FROM GRAND THEFT AUTO. BASICALLY THE SAME AS MY CAR PLAY MAT.

I would like to say that I lovingly played with that car mat into my teenage years, but I soon discovered Sega…

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