Collectibles - Merchandise - Miscellaneous


Numskull Mugs

Numskull Mugs

A couple of drinking mugs from Numskull released at the same time as the N. Sane Trilogy.


Crate-shaped Cups

Crate-shaped Cups

More drinking recipients from Numskull. My friend Smaz claims they're the best thing for TNTea.


Numskull Badges

Numskull Badges

A crateload of neat badges from Numskull.


Crate Candles

Crate Candles

My existence is validated at long last, though I feel uneasy about lighting up the red one. These are also manufactured by Numskull.


Official Colussi Biscuits
Official Colussi Biscuits
Official Colussi Biscuits

Official Colussi Biscuits

(contributed by Danyel)

These biscuits by Colussi have been in production in Italy since 1999. They're shaped like some of the franchise's most recognizable faces, including Crash, Coco, Cortex, the Komodo Bros. (whose names are switched) and Tiny. Holding three of the same will not warp you to a bonus level, but to compensate, they're made with milk and honey. A variant with chocolate sprinkles was added in the mid-2010s, which sports artwork from Mind Over Mutant on the package.


Mind Over Mutant Fridge Magnets

Mind Over Mutant Fridge Magnets

(contributed by Zoton2)

They all use Crash of the Titans art except the logo. That sounds familiar somehow...


Crash of the Titans and The Legend of Spyro Mugs
Crash of the Titans and The Legend of Spyro Mugs

Crash of the Titans and The Legend of Spyro Mugs

(contributed by Radicc)

Crash conveniently shows you where to pour beverages into.


Crash & Spyro Wheels
Crash & Spyro Wheels
Crash & Spyro Wheels
Crash & Spyro Wheels
Crash & Spyro Wheels

Crash & Spyro Wheels

At the time of Crash of the Titans's release, Vivendi Games held a promotion in Australia and New Zealand in cooperation with Razor, Armadillo, and Omni. Several Crash & Spyro-themed prizes were being given in daily draws to lucky registrants of games from either franchise (any games from The Wrath of Cortex and Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly onward were applicable).


Team Empire Swag
Team Empire Swag
Team Empire Swag

Team Empire Swag

These various collectibles were produced by Radical Entertainment during development of Crash Tag Team Racing and Crash of the Titans. The descriptions included in the images were written by Adam Cable, one of the artists working at Radical back then.


Boom, Bang! DS Carry Case

Boom, Bang! DS Carry Case

(contributed by Dingodile555)

A carry case for the Nintendo DS Lite featuring the box art from Crash: Boom, Bang! Because that's a gem in any DS owner's collection.


Japanese Crash DS Stylus

Japanese Crash DS Stylus

A neat stylus for the Nintendo DS shaped like the Japanese Crash. It came with the Japanese version of Crash: Boom, Bang!


Crash Tag Team Racing Surfboard

Crash Tag Team Racing Surfboard

(contributed by Crashnconker)

The only thing that has less to do with Tag Team Racing than the Crash model on that surfboard is the actual surfboard itself.


Dmag Collector's CD

Dmag Collector's CD

(contributed by bubbatom)

This CD was a prize for a contest held by Australian magazine Dmag. It contains a simple web site that includes wallpapers, cursors, a desktop theme, and some screensavers.


Inflatable Crash

Inflatable Crash

(contributed by Zoton2)

An inflatable Crash Bandicoot doll that is almost 5 feet tall. Most likely used for indoors promotions.


Crash Twinsanity Bag

Crash Twinsanity Bag

(contributed by Crashthebandicoot)

For when you just want to use people as snowboards.


General Mills Digital Trading Cards

General Mills Digital Trading Cards

(contributed by CrashRatchetFan)

These neat card-shaped CDs came in various General Mills cereal boxes. Popping one into a computer would take the user to a web site where they could unlock content based on the card. Unfortunately, the web site is long dead now.


Crash Nitro Kart Stunt Wheels (Tazos)
Crash Nitro Kart Stunt Wheels (Tazos)

Crash Nitro Kart Stunt Wheels (Tazos)

(contributed by Jim White, Okura, and Christian Pastorelli)

A collection of CNK-themed Tazos (though some pictures from The Wrath of Cortex are featured as well). These used to come in Frito-Lay's chips. The idea behind them (besides collecting them) was to create stand-out pins with the characters so you could knock them down with the wheels, with each character being worth different points. The second image shows the entire collection of 30 Tazos.


Embroidery Kit
Embroidery Kit

Embroidery Kit

(contributed by Dingodile555)

Whichever your hobbies are, Crash has you covered.


The Wrath of Cortex Magnets

The Wrath of Cortex Magnets

(contributed by Tai San Tan)

A collection of magnets with a render from The Wrath of Cortex as the basis. The magnets are designed to let you stack them on top of each other and create different images of Crash. Interestingly, all of the accessories are recreated versions of the PlayStation era stuff.


14 Piece Eraser Set

14 Piece Eraser Set

(contributed by CrashRatchetFan)

14 erasers, indispensable for anyone who can't write a single word correctly.


Cake Toppers

Cake Toppers

(contributed by Okura)

Kind of cheaply made. Mistakes include N. Gin's miscoloring, The Komodo Brothers' names being switched, and Tiny being called Tiny "the" Tiger. Well, at least they didn't call him Tony.


Nokia 3310 Shells
Nokia 3310 Shells

Nokia 3310 Shells

(contributed by Danyel)

Shells to customize the most durable objects known to man.


Japanese Yo-yo

Japanese Yo-yo

(contributed by R. Gin)

Don't get tangled like Crash.


Japanese Crash Pen

Japanese Crash Pen

(contributed by Dingodile555)

Write cheques with it.


Japanese Sitting Character Pens

Japanese Sitting Character Pens

(contributed by CrashRatchetFan)

That looks uncomfortable.


Japanese N-Tranced Bag

Japanese N-Tranced Bag

(contributed by Dingodile555)

Googly eyes make everything better.


Japanese Crash Fan

Japanese Crash Fan

(contributed by CrashRatchetFan)

Crash fan as in a fan to cool yourself with, not a fan of... Look, just click on the picture.


Crash Bash Jump Rope

Crash Bash Jump Rope

(contributed by CrashRatchetFan)

Someday I will find an item not yet associated with this franchise.


Wrist Watches
Wrist Watches

Wrist Watches

(contributed by FakeCortex)

Hey kids. Do you know what time it is?

THAT'S RIGHT IT'S CRASH O'CLOCK!


Crash Dancing!! VHS

Crash Dancing!! VHS

A VHS tape containing precious footage of the legendary Crash dance, performed by some guy in a suit that's probably way too sweaty towards the end of the video.


PlayStation Underground Subscription CD

PlayStation Underground Subscription CD

(contributed by CrashRatchetFan)

Some US copies of Crash Bandicoot 2 came with a CD subscription to PlayStation Underground, an Official PlayStation magazine sold in the US in the form of interactive CDs. This disc also contained the Making of Crash Bandicoot 2.


Crash Bandicoot Japanese Demo
Crash Bandicoot Japanese Demo
Crash Bandicoot Japanese Demo
Crash Bandicoot Japanese Demo
Crash Bandicoot Japanese Demo
Crash Bandicoot Japanese Demo

Crash Bandicoot Japanese Demo

(contributed by Darxae)

A limited release demo disc of the original game for the PlayStation. It came with its own manual and it's fairly lengthy, featuring the levels N. Sanity Beach, Jungle Rollers, The Great Gate, Boulders, Upstream, and Papu Papu.


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