The game that "ties you up in knots" has lost its signature spinner, and its slippery, dotted plastic mat. Twister Dance, the latest version of the game that was first released in 1966, employs an LED light display telling players where to put their feet, and comes equipped with the latest pop tunes for your dancing pleasure. Here's a look at other classic toys that have been updated for a new generation:
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