NINJA Mites

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The second series of the Exogini originates from a line of toys called NINJA Mites. The acronym NINJA meant Nasty Indestructible Ninjas Jumping About.
They were produced and distributed in USA and England 1986 by Panosh Group in fact on the back each piece is marked © '86 Panosh.

They differ from the Exogines for a series of details.

Unlike the first series which counts only 40 of all the pieces produced in Japan, the second includes all the printed NINJA Mites characters which in both cases are 48.
The rubber is more rigid than the Italian counterpart and the colors are only three: red , yellow and black.
Black is the most common color followed by red and finally yellow, which is really difficult in some characters.

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The second series of the Exogini originates from a line of toys called NINJA Mites. The acronym NINJA meant Nasty Indestructible Ninjas Jumping About.
They were produced and distributed in USA and England 1986 by Panosh Group in fact on the back each piece is marked © '86 Panosh.

They differ from the Exogines for a series of details.

Unlike the first series which counts only 40 of all the pieces produced in Japan, the second includes all the printed NINJA Mites characters which in both cases are 48.
The rubber is more rigid than the Italian counterpart and the colors are only three: red , yellow and black.
Black is the most common color followed by red and finally yellow, which is really difficult in some characters.

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