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Push-Button

Year - 1990
Series - Generation 1
Faction - Autobot
Sub-Group - Action Masters
Size Class - Action Master Partner



Parts

  • This figure came with no accessories.

Features

  • Converts to weapon
  • Pegs allow weapon mode to be held by any Action Master figure

Tech Spec (from Mainframe)

"A program is only as good as its programmer."

A walking, talking computer terminal. Would rather attack fourth order differential equasions than Decepticons. Totally committed to his work. Views the galactic conflict as an inconvenience he must tolerate rather than a struggle in which he must participate. Is often compelled to flex his intellectual muscle, when needed. Equipped with 200,000 mega-byte capacity. His pugnatious partner, Push-Button, prefers converting to self-propelled proton rifle mode and disintegrating Decepticons over his assigned task of debugging Mainframe's various programs.

Strength
5
Intelligence
10
Speed
2
Endurance
6
Rank
7
Courage
7
Firepower
5
Skill
10

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.



Availability

This figure was available with Mainframe (1990) in 1990.

G1 Push-Button Figure History



Mold History



Characters Named "Push-Button"