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1998 KFC promotional Pokémon toys (Kids' Meal)

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The info booklet included with the toys

In 1998, a set of KFC promotional Pokémon toys were bundled with Kids Meals at KFC in the United States. The toys were available from November 15, 1998 to January 3, 1999.[1] Each toy was quite unique compared to others, unlike the beanbags available to purchase at KFC during the same year. Below are blurbs about all six toys.

Ivysaur Squirter

The Ivysaur Squirter

Squeeze Ivysaur to fill it up. Squeeze it again to squirt your friends! For all ages.

Pikachu Treasure Keeper

Have Pikachu join you in your quest to become a Pokémon master! Your Pikachu Treasure Keeper can be clipped onto a backpack or beltloop. Open the back to store your small treasures! For all ages.

Pokémon Card Game

The player who has the most sets of four matching Pokémon wins! For 2-4 players. To play, deal five cards to each player and put the remaining cards in the center of the table face down. The dealer takes his turn first. He asks any other one player for a card to try and match one already in his hand. If the player he asks has one or more of the cards requested, he must give them to the player who asked for them. If the player does not have the card, the player who asked for the card must draw one from the stack in the center of the table. If the card drawn completes a set of four matching Pokémon, he should lay them down in a stack close to him. Play rotates to the left until a player runs out of cards. The player with the most sets wins! Good luck! Not suitable for children under 36 months.

Pokémon Monster Matcher

Turn the 6-sided spinner to match the monsters as they evolve. Can you line up all of the Pokémon? Not suitable for children under 36 months.

Pokémon Puzzle Blocks

You can create 6 different Pokémon by lining up the blocks in the right way. How fast can you do it? Challenge your friends! Not suitable for children under 36 months.

Pokémon Tattoos

Keep your Pokémon in training wherever you go with these fun temporary tattoos! These colorful tattoos can be put on your skin and washed off with soap and water. Have an adult help you follow the application instructions on the back of the tattoo sheet. Clear cover sheet is not a toy. Please dispose of it after use. Not suitable for children under 36 months.

References

  1. Nintendo press release - KFC Adds Monsters To Its Menu (archive)


Fast-food chain promotional Pokémon toys
KFC: 1998 (Kids' Mealpurchasable)
Burger King: 1999200020082009
Wendy's: 2003
Subway: 2005
McDonald's: 201120122014

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