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According to the British Association of Toy Retailers Toy of the Year list the Rubik's cube, below, dominated in 1980 and 81, Star Wars toys took over in 82 and 83, followed by Masters of the Universe in 1984.
Alison Newbold of the British Association of Toy Retailers agreed Bey Blades were the must-have Christmas toy.
Byline: Kevin Rawlinson LIKE thousands of children in the North-East, The British Association of Toy Retailers (BATR) writes its own Christmas list.
The British Association of Toy Retailers has predicted the top ten this year will be: Badge It; Barbie Swan Lake; Beyblades Radio Control Top & Launcher; Bionicles; Lego; Boohbah; Golden Bear; Bratz Winter Collection; Cranium; LeapPad Learning System; Turtles; Yu-Gi-Oh
The British Association of Toy Retailers tips the Swan Lake doll as a Top 10 favourite for this Christmas.
The British Association of Toy Retailers (BATR) has revealed a resurgence in classic 80s favourites among its predictions for the top toys for Christmas 2003.
Val Stedham, chairman of the British Association of Toy Retailers, which compiled the list, said: "Like fashion, the popularity of toys goes in cycles, so it's not surprising that those which thrilled children 20 years ago can still appeal to kids today.
Alison Newbold, from the British Association of Toy Retailers, said technology had not spelt the end for traditional toys.