The two-minute King of Legoland video shows a variety of retro childhood toys that were vastly popular in the 1980s.

The King of Legoland is a two-minute video paying homage to childhood toys that were popular in the 1980s. This fun, stop-motion clip is a stroll through down lane for the kid in all of us and shows just how much toys have evolved in the last two decades. Some of the retro toys featured in the video include the Rubik's cube, floppy disks, collectible figurines, vintage cars, LEGO and wooden building blocks.

The video was featured on Vimeo Staff Picks and since then has gone viral with over 136,000 views. It's created by Micaël Reynaud and is accompanied by music from Hunting Charlie's Band(e).

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