DID you have a Swing Wing in the 1960s? Did you dream of rotating your head so hard that you’d take off like a space boy? Did you develop chronic neck ache in later life? Is your next three times wider than your face? Then you DID have a Swing Wing.
Swing Wing was made by Transogram Games, best known, perhaps, for its Tiddley Wink games, like this Tennis Game below. It was like table-tennis, albeit with a squashed ball attached to the net by string.
It’s toys were terrrr-rific:
But the Swing Wing was way cooler. It was fan-tastic. Mainly, because it turned you into a human fan. If you caught it just right, you could take your little bother’s eyes out. Cool:
What you waitin’ for? It’s the Swing Wing Sixties:
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