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Fisher-Price is an American company based in New York and has been a subsidiary of Mattel since 1993. They produce educational toys for children and infants. In 2003 they produced Sonic the Hedgehog toys for McDonald's.

McDonald's Happy Meal

Sega Mini Video Games (2003)


Promotional poster

In 2003 Fisher-Price produced the SEGA Mini Video Games line of LCD games for McDonald's Happy Meal.[1] The line consisted of six games based on Sega franchises, most of them being based on the Sonic the Hedgehog series.



Sega Mini Video Games 2 (2004)


Flyer for the LCD games.


The rare chrome silver game.

A second set of LCD games was produced by Fisher-Price the following year to promote the international release of Sonic Heroes, and Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg. A special competition was held in North America where prizes could be won if a participant recieved a rare chrome silver game.



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