This memory was added on: May 3, 2006
This was one of my favorite games when i was younger only one or two people remember it that i have asked But I did not see it on VH1s top 100 favorite toys. I was about 8 or 9 when I played it.
This memory was added on: December 3, 2005
This toy should have been called "BUSH" (See a resemblance?)
This memory was added on: November 22, 2005
This was by far my favorite toy. I played with it for hours and think it really helped my hand-eye coordination. I wish they would bring it back for my sons.
This memory was added on: October 15, 2005
I LOVED THIS GAME!!!!
This memory was added on: June 15, 2005
I read some of the other memories and I am please to give Bash fans some of my special memories of the game I hold so dear to my heart. "I could not get enough of it. I mean, really"! I remember my parents buying this toy for me as a kid of around 5 years old and I became literally fixed on the need to make "head touch toe". If I were to lose or break a piece, my parents would buy me another one. I even remember getting one for Christmas for a few years in a row. This was "The Game" for me. Looking back, I see that having this kind of toy to play with as a child has played a major part in my being able to concentrate as well as I do. I believe my cognitive skills are better than they would have been had I not been blessed with the "Bash experience".
Thanks for the memories.
This memory was added on: January 3, 2005
I think this was one of the toys I had that almost led to insanity. I could never get it to work. Every time I hit the disks, the stupid thing would fall over.
This memory was added on: October 30, 2003
I had forgotten I had one of these. Fun, though it got boring after awhile.
This memory was added on: July 31, 2003
The BASH game at my house was not mine....My twin & i used to "borrow" it from our older sister. Although we referred to it as the cheeseburger man game.
This memory was added on: May 9, 2003
A simple but fun game. You put Bash together with his feet as a base and then dropping the discs down a removable rod. Once all the discs were in place you remove the rod and place his head on top. The gaming consisted of hitting the discs with the hammer to knock them out horizontally without knocking bash down.