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As some one who spends the other half of their considerable online time playing Age or Empires I dont think technology or connection will be serious issue for Scaley to get over.

I have mixed views on this development for Scaley however, look at Lego. Lego progressively developed more and more specialised sets until you are at the stage where there only decent sets use CD-Roms and online instructions, which developed in Computer Games. I am not involved in the toy industry but as a high street Joe Bloggs the number of shops stocking Lego has plumeted in the last ten years, when you see Lego software in a Computer shop it is always marked down.

Essentially what I am saying is stick to what you are good at and dont stray too far. Pcs and online functionality is often seen as a way forward by the board room boys in the fear that their traditional products get left behind, however as Lego and other examples have shown it is not always for the best.

I am interested to see how it turns out as long as it is not at the expense of their current product lines and natural developments like increased range / type of cars, track and add-ons etc.

A slightly concerned Scaley Newbie.

PS Lego now sell kids clothes!
 

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Thanx Tropi.

I swear I honestly did not see the Lego news story today before my post!

Pity they didn't talk to me a couple of years ago


PS I was a legohead when I was a kid, that's why I never had Scaley, more and more Lego every Christmas and Birthday - biggest regret was selling it all
highly collectable now.
 
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