Identipops: Build Your Favorite Pop Star Game, 1969 – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Identipops: Build Your Favorite Pop Star Game, 1969


It’s confusing to see Mick Jagger, Peter Noone, Paul McCartney, and John Lennon on the Identipops box cover. However, who is the fourth man from the left? Pitney Gene? Cliff Richard? Is he some kind of bizarre Davy Jones caricature? Or is it another person? I’m not sure.

Anyway, Play Value Ltd. released the kid’s game Identipops in 1969. Kids were to construct their favorite pop star or construct a completely new one, a la Frankenstein. The box claimed that there were more than 74 press-out pieces that could be combined to create thousands of different pop star face combinations.

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