|Sonic things from Israel?
For sure! When did Sonic become popular there & start having dedicated for Israel sale goods? (Write in if you know) You can tell their stuff apart because it will be (usually) written in Hebrew. The translation buttons on Sonicgear aren't equipped for that language, so probably no one from there knows of the site. (Which explains the low amount of items so far--because it wouldn't turn up in the search engine as read-able) See anything that you know is from there that's not on this page? Send it on in for credit.
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|Just what are these things?
They're described as "semi-transparent string folders". Does that mean you close them by winding a string around a raised dot or button? (as with certain mailers) Are they a school supply? How do they work? Is the photo showing front, back & open views? It was ill-explained when found, but these are def. from Israel. Photo by Sonicteam.
|A cool coloring & activity book! This is a Sonic X themed book, so expect to see a lot of your favorite Sonic X art (seen on shirts, and all around on other goods) in here for you to color. The Sonic & Shadow 2page spread seems to be a 'color by|
|number sort of thing. The center shot is the back of the book. Where would you find something like this in Israel? (The only read-able thing on the cover is the logo, all else is in Hebrew) Photo by Sonicteam.|
|Here are 2 different Sonic pajama sets found in Israel.|
|The first set has 'forward facing' Classic Sonic with the logo in black, but what's fun is that the back of the shirt has the back of Sonic as well! The pants have a relativly large standing classic Sonic on one leg. The non-symmetrical pants & front/back pj top show good effort for this set. The second set has "Zoooom" with spinning Sonic for the pj top, while the pants have rows & rows of classic stock Sonic. (finger waving, spinning, etc) Photo by Sonicteam.|
|Here is a set of Sonic X themed cards in a nice cardboard /plastic case. These are said to be rare. Are they regular playing cards? They're not trading...but they might be for a certain type of cardgame only. (like how Uno cards are) You might be able to figure it out if you could read the box, but it's in Hebrew.|
|A translation: "Card Game: War with Sonic & His Gang(Friends)" "WAR" is actually the name of a cards/playing cards game that pre-dates Sonic-X by a lot. (It was not made up for this set) You can read about it at Wikipedia War Card Game. Translation provided by: That title likely says what the cards do. Photo by Sonicteam.|
|More specialty playing-cards from Israel, made for the Sonic X theme.
This set of cards can only be used to play the game "Quartets", which means groups of 4, generally. From the illustration on the box, it looks like you're trying to gather hands of the same image, but with 4 different background colors. There are red, orange, green and blue. The images all use the art assets of characters from the show, so it would have been perfect for Sonic X fans.
The card games here, and the puzzles too (below) all share the same logo with geometric shapes. This is for "Isratoy", a big-name toy maker company that caters primarily to Israel. It's interesting to see how into the Sonic X license they got. Photos discovered by:
|Here is a 50 piece jigsaw type kids puzzle from Isratoy.
It has a put-together (sort of/characters are pasted in) scene from Sonic X, with Angel island for the backgound, Sonic grinding on some kind of reed/rail with a branch & Tails in the plane up top. They've pasted into the foreground sort-of both Cosmo & Cream with Cheese just to sort of include more characters in the shot. Photos discovered by:
|More puzzles from Isratoy, but this time they have smaller pieces, and more pieces. Each of these are a 70 piece jigsaw style puzzle with a scene from Sonic X.
The left one (oddly) has the same scene as their 50 piece, which is seen above. The right side puzzle has most of the good-guy cast pictured on a beach scene, with the X logo in the corner.
They're both an ok scene to put together, and it seems to come out fairly large at 48 x 68 centimeters...probably. Photos discovered by: