Resaurus Series 1 & 2(contributed by Tikous, The Disillusionist)
Resaurus was the company that made Crash toys a long time ago, back in the days when Crash was being developed by Naughty Dog. These toys were widely known for their extreme fragility. Two series were released when the franchise was still in its heyday.
Note: All toys with Crates come with symbol stickers: "Nitro", "TNT", "!", "C", "?".
Jet Pack Crash Bandicoot
Comes with, Crash Action Figure, Jet Pack, Wooden Crate, Aku Aku, Red Crystal, and 1 Wumpa Fruit.
Jet Board Crash Bandicoot
Comes with Crash Action Figure, Jet board, Wooden Crate, Golden Aku Aku, Green Crystal,
1 Wumpa Fruit.
Comes with Coco Action Figure, Computer, Wooden Crate, Blue Crystal, Penguin, Lizard, 1 Wumpa Fruit.
Comes with K. Moe Action Figure, 2 Swords, 1 Wumpa Fruit, Iron Crate, Yellow Crystal, .
Comes with Tiny Action figure, Iron Crate, Purple Crystal, Wumpa Fruit.
Dr. Neo Cortex
Comes with Cortex Action Figure, Ray-Gun, Wumpa Fruit, Black Crystal, Iron Crate, Rocketsled.
Deep Dive Crash
Comes with Crash Action Figure, Scuba Gear (3 Parts), Jet Sub, Crash Logo, Gem.
High Flying Crash
Crash Action Figure, Nose Attachable Aku Aku, Scarf, Fruit Bazooka (2 Parts), Bouncy Crate, Clear Gem.
Wave Rider Coco Bandicoot
Comes with Coco Action Figure, Red Gem, Jet-Ski, Crash Logo.
Comes with Dingodile Action figure, Flamethrower (3 Parts), Purple Gem, Crash Logo.
Comes with N. Gin Action Figure (2 Parts), Orange Gem, Hoverboard, Ray Gun, Crash Logo.
Comes with Dr. Nefarious Tropy Action Figure (2 Parts), Uka Uka (For Neo Cortex Toy), Fork, Black Gem, Crash Logo.
Moto Crash and Coco Bandicoot
Comes with Crash Bandicoot Action Figure, Coco Bandicoot Action Figure, Clear Gem, Nose Attachable Aku Aku, Sun Glasses (for Crash), Crash Logo.
Resaurus Series 3(contributed by Ken Lilly)
A third Resaurus series was planned for release, but unlike the previous two line-ups, it ended up cancelled for reasons unknown (rumor has it this happened due to the toys' fragility). These were mostly based on the original game's characters, including Crash in an uncharacteristic eskimo outfit with Polar, Papu Papu with Nitrus Brio, Koala Kong, and Pinstripe Potoroo with Ripper Roo.
Ken Lilly, the artist behind the toy designs, created a presentation board for the unreleased Series 3 toys (some of which actually got sculpted at one point). These pictures show some of his concepts.
Unreleased Resaurus Tiny and Dingodile(contributed by Crashfan25, Okura, and Dingodile555)
Toy renditions by Resaurus of Tiny and Dingodile's Warped appearances. They were once shown at a convention and never sold publicly.
Little Big Heads
CAN'T SLEEP. TINY'S GONNA EAT ME.
Jet Board Kit
Assemble your own Jet Board Crash.
Super Bike(contributed by Yoda1996)
I'm sure this worked great.
CTR Go-Kart Remote Control(contributed by Yoda1996 and Dingodile555)
The kind of toy cars that are controlled via wired remote that only let you go back and forward. A handy substitute for that broken rolling pin.
Nestlé Cereal Toys(contributed by Crashomestar, Orange Baron, and Dingodile555)
Back in 2001, Nestlé included small toys based on Crash Bandicoot, Spyro the Dragon, and Lara Croft in select cereal boxes in the United Kingdom. There were 2 toys for each character. The left picture shows a Crash toy that could spin around manually, coupled with a Spyro toy that would (supposedly) move back and forth if his wings were moved. The right picture shows the other Crash toy, which came with a plastic cone (not pictured) to balance Crash on, as well as the second Spyro toy, which didn't really do anything.
Bobble Head(contributed by Crashnconker)
A Bobble Head toy that came as a bonus with The Wrath of Cortex at Best Buy.
Miniatures(contributed by FakeCortex)
That bear is totally Crash.
Japanese Crash & Polar Piggybank(contributed by Crashnconker and Dingodile555)
You jump on it 10 times to get the coins out.
Johnny Lightning Car(contributed by FakeCortex and Crashthebandicoot)
Green is totally the first color that comes to mind when I think of Crash.
Super Deck(contributed by Dingodile555)
Oops, I must have run into a glitch. Crash has gone T-stance on me.
Japanese Figurines(contributed by Smaz)
Crash, Polar, and Pura were featured in a small figurine line-up in Japan.
Japanese Crash and Fake Crash CTR Figurines(contributed by Micster and Fiercey-Kun)
It may seem lazy of them to make the second character a Crash lookalike, but Fake Crash is absurdly popular in Japan for some reason.
Crash of the Titans Statuette(contributed by Super Dingo)
This neat statuette was based on the in-game model from Crash of the Titans. Its actual size is hard to tell from the picture. Only 15 of these were ever made, and they were given away as prizes in Xbox's Family Game Night Sweepstakes, making them a true rarity among Crash Bandicoot memorabilia.
Taco Bell Toy(contributed by Dingodile555)
You might be wondering why someone took this photo in a bathroom, but that's probably the first place you'll go to after eating what the toy came with.
Extreme Triple Playset(contributed by Dingodile555)
A special playset containing all Super Deck pieces and Crash Bandicoot without a T-stance.
Cool Kids Combo Toys(contributed by Dingodile555 and Crashratchetfan)
Carl's Cool Kids gave one of these toys away with each Cool Kids Combo meal in June 2001. They've got a weird perception of the color orange.
Japanese CNK Kart(contributed by Dingodile555)
Pull it back and wheeee!
Whistles(contributed by Dingodile555)
They were really milking this cow for all it was worth.
CrashTTR Figurine(contributed by Wumpa Zoner)
A promotional figurine that was never sold to the public.
Based on a Crash Twinsanity render. Placing it on your GamePad unlocks Crash as a secret challenger.
Japanese Orange Baron(contributed by Fiercey-Kun)
Doghouse not included.
Stunt Cycle Playset(contributed by Crashratchetfan)
Knock the sign over to enter a secret level.
Taco Bell Fat Crash Toys(contributed by Crashratchetfan)
No more tacos for you, Crash!
Japanese Coco by Tomy(contributed by Crashratchetfan)
Guys, I can't breathe.
CTR Pinball Table(contributed by Crashthebandicoot)
These used to be sold at Toys 'R Us during 1999. I'm not sure why it had to be specifically CTR-themed, but I guess I'm still waiting for a true Crash Bandicoot pinball machine. Some day.