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In 1994, Hasbro UK and Hasbro International followed Hasbro's lead and released the Generation Two line.

1994

This year's releases started the trend of the European toys having shortened on-package bios, as some specs only had the figure's name, function and motto. Most of the releases of the new mold and early G1 recolor toys had different quotes. Also, instead of getting the US version of the Small Autobot Cars, Color Changers, and Small Jets, Europe got a re-release of the 1993 G1 line repackaged in G2 packaging, complete with shortened bios.

Obliterators

Autobots

Decepticons

Axelerators

Autobots

Skyscorchers

Decepticons

Aquaspeeders

Autobots

Stormtroopers

Decepticons

Lightformers

Autobots

Trakkons

Decepticons

Sparkabots

Autobots

Decepticons

Heroics

Autobots

  • Jazz
  • Inferno
  • Sideswipe

Dinobots

Autobots

  • Grimlock (grey deco only)
  • Slag (grey deco only)
  • Snarl (grey deco only)

Skyraiders

Decepticons

Rotorbots

Autobots

Decepticons

Illuminators

Autobots

Decepticons

Heroes

Identical to the US Heroes, except the "Optimus Prime" and "Megatron Rules" text was removed from the chest stickers.

Autobot

Decepticon

Others

Autobot

Decepticons

1995

Gobots

Autobots

Decepticons

Cyberjets

Decepticons

Power Masters

These were only released in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. The Australia and New Zealand releases were in US packaging, complete with Hasbro's Rhode Island address.

Autobots

Decepticons

Laser Cycles

Autobot

Decepticon

Auto Rollers

Decepticons

Others

Autobot

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