I love the fact that people can fix their childhoods with 3D Printers. I’ll explain: As far as I know, there were NEVER any “The Last Starfighter” toys. It was a one-off movie that was spectacular for us as kids but it didn’t have a merchandising tie-in like all the others did. According to this company’s lore, there WERE prototypes that they discovered and created new models from. Now whether there WERE models in 1984 that were scrapped for unknown reasons or not, it doesn’t really matter. Fact is, kids expect the toy versions of what they see in the movies and it was a great injustice to not have our movie get commercial representation in the toy departments. Wow, were we programmed or what? [INSERT COIN]

I love the fact that people can fix their childhoods with 3D Printers.
 
I’ll explain: As far as I know, there were NEVER any “The Last Starfighter” toys. It was a one-off movie that was spectacular for us as kids but it didn’t have a merchandising tie-in like all the others did.
 
According to this company’s lore, there WERE prototypes that they discovered and created new models from. Now whether there WERE models in 1984 that were scrapped for unknown reasons or not, it doesn’t really matter. Fact is, kids expect the toy versions of what they see in the movies and it was a great injustice to not have our movie get commercial representation in the toy departments.
 
Wow, were we programmed or what? [INSERT COIN]

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