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They invented little scenarios for them.
They never grew tired of playing with them. In , the company put the first sets of knights, Native Americans, and construction workers on show in its display rooms.
Initially, visitors were reluctant to accept the toy. Nevertheless, the toy was shown at the International Toy Fair in Nuremberg , which took place that same year.
A Dutch firm agreed to download a whole year's production.
Playmobil has been a successful toy line for more than 40 years and they have been a major competitor to Lego toys. Examples of directly competing toys in both their product line are not hard to find. Within the limitations of the Playmobil toy world, the Playmobil toys are usually realistic, and present accurate representations of arms, armor, costumes, and tools from a recognizable time period. Especially notable for their fine attention to detail are the modern construction and city life toys cars, cranes, fire-engines, trains, boats, etc.
Products and licensing[ edit ] Playmobil toys are specifically aimed at children from the ages of four to twelve. The company believe that older children tend not to play with these types of toys and so they have resisted creating toys from less well-known historical time periods. Many adults own or collect Playmobil and make movies with the toys. The first Playmobil sets were themed around Native Americans , construction workers and knights.
Earlier figures had arms of one piece. Since all figures have hands that rotate at the wrists.
The exceptions to this are characters from the game Hype: The Time Quest , where some figures were subsequently made, including the title character, Hype. The first figures used a chiseled out hairpiece with a button shape for adding headgear, until a later redesign gave the hairpiece a more natural rounded shape, also prompting a redesign of the headgear.
The first female figures were distinguished by hairstyle and a wider chestpiece suggesting a skirt, until a redesign replaced the chestpiece with more displayed breasts and slightly thinner arms.
Most Playmobil sets require some assembly by the owner. Buildings especially come with detailed instructions for putting them together. Playmobil building parts were originally designed to fit together using a system of tabs and slots known as "Steck-System". In recent years a new construction system has been introduced that dispenses with the tabs and instead uses small connector pieces and a special tool.
This is known as "System-X" and is now the standard Playmobil construction system, Steck-System having been retired except for special reissues.
Connector pieces and special tool used in System-X. A number of different companies were licensed throughout Europe and Latin America to produce and distribute Playmobil figures: In Spain, figures were produced by the leading dollmaker Famosa , and marketed as "los clicks de Playmobil".
Spanish packages listed the quantity of male dolls clicks and females clacks. Females were distinguished by hairstyle, a wider chestpiece suggesting a skirt, and some had arms that look bent but are not. Playmobil was introduced to the United States by Mattel and Schaper. Approximately 10 million of the Sheriff and Indian Playmobil toys were distributed from October 22 through November 1, Before the other toys could be distributed McDonald's ceased distribution and promotion of Playmobil at its restaurants after tests showed that the toy failed to comply with Consumer Product Safety Commission standards designed to prevent children under three from choking on dangerous items.
The policeman who arrested her had been wearing a striped top and she reproduced him too.
The courtroom version is the last one she made and the only model she still has. All her collection was confiscated by the police and would need reassembling once the court case is over. After amassing her prized items for almost three decades, she decided to start selling scenes she got tired of as second-hand toys on site. She consulted her accountant, registered herself as self-employed and opened shop.
All transactions were recorded by the book. She was told she has no authority to customise models, however collectors all over the world organise customising competitions and Playmobil gives prizes. There are several sites for such customisation and the company has also published books about it abroad. In fact, Mrs Vassallo presented a German book to the court. Some two weeks after her arrest, Playmobil issued a press release saying what is allowed in customisation, including that the use of violence or religion is not allowed.
Mrs Vassallo claims not to have breached those parameters.