Twister game

Twister game Share your own memories of this toy



This memory was added on: April 18, 2010

Man did we have fun with this game, take your shoes off and SPIN THAT SPINNER.It got to the point where we would take our socks off for better traction(cheaters).If memory serves me correctly I think the original version was thicker than the versions out today.I believe they had a cotton pad between the two plastic sheets.I recently purchased a 1966 original at a Goodwill for a $1.00, box is a little messed up, but pad and spinner are perfect.They should make a GEEZER version with colored chairs, so us older folks can play.Were not quite as limber as we used to be.

Larry L.
1952


This memory was added on: December 8, 2006

I remember playing Twister with all of my friends. We thought it was great that we 'had' to take our shoes off..and play in sock feet..then we'd all wind up falling in a great big pile, and laughing so hard.

what great childhood memories.


Sherry
1960


This memory was added on: May 21,2006

Hi: Ran across your website while surfing. My memories of Twister are quite personal . Chuck Foley and I created this game while working for the Reynolds Guyer agency in St.Paul,MN back in the sixties . A book out by Tim Walsh entitled "Timeless Toys" about classic toys of the last century has some really neat info including Twister. I never benefited finacially as I was just an employee even though it sold millions. If anyone is interested look my name up on the internet, Neil W. Rabens


N. W. Rabens
1929


This memory was added on: March 14, 2006

i really like twister nothing gets in my way unless it's a lady!


charlton m
1969


This memory was added on: October 27, 2005

My cousin had Animal Twister, which was just like Twister but had pictures of animals instead of colors, it was really cool. I have never seen this anywhere else, she got it the 70's.


Peaches
1964


This memory was added on: August 7, 2005

I mostly remember this game as an "icebreaker" at the parties of my older teenage sister and her friends. LOL.

Now, my kids love it and we usually pull it out at family parties.


PJ Hedrick
1961


This memory was added on: May 13, 2005

There's something to be said about having a large family. For me it was just me and one younger brother. The floor space was small so it kinda curled up the wall. One of us would spin and try to get the other tangled up. LAME HUH?! But it was fun any way.

Now I am a music teacher at an elementary school and I printed music notes on the mat. So the new way to play is: caller "right hand green whole note" what fun.


Laura
1973


This memory was added on: March 24, 2005

I SAW NO ONE HAD WRITTEN A MEMORY. I WILL...I REMEMBER GETTING THIS WOW!!! WE HAD FUN. THERE WERE FOUR CHILDREN. OIL HEATER IN THE LIVING ROOM AN UPGRADE WE DID NOT HAVE TO LEAVE THE OVEN DOOR OPEN FOR HEAT ANY MORE. OF COURSE WE WERE LUCKY TOO BECAUSE WE HAD AN ELECTRIC STOVE SOME WERE STILLING HEATING AND COOKING WITH WOOD. NOW FOR TWISTER!!!! THERE WERE FOUR OF US WHICH WE ALL TOOK OUR SHOES OFF WHILE MAMA SPINNED THE LITTLE RED ARROW AND WE BEGIN TO TWIST AND SHAPE OURSLEVES AROUND EACH OTHER. FINALLY! WE WERE TIED IN KNOTS AND THEN SOME ONE HAS TO DO ONE OF THOSE IMPOSSIBLE PUT YOUR FOOT ON RED AND YOUR HAND WAS ON FAR YELLOW. WOE!!THAT IS IT!! WE ALL WENT DOWN. MY DADDY WATCHES ON AND IS LAUGHING AT US AND SAYING.. "HOW IN THE WORLD"? IT WAS GREAT FUN FOR A FAMILY WIHT FOUR CHILDREN WE EVEN TURNED THE TV OFF!!!


S.FLEMING
1955