McFarlane Toys' first series of Five Nights at Freddy's LEGO-ish construction sets aren't even widely available yet, but the company clearly has faith, as they just announced three new sets, which draw from the sequels and promise more. While the ...
McFarlane Toysâ€˜ first series of Five Nights at Freddyâ€˜s LEGO-ish construction sets arenâ€™t even widely availableÂ yet, but the company clearly has faith, as they just announced three new sets, which draw from the sequels and promise more. While the initial offerings focus on Freddy Fazbearâ€™s Pizza, and can be put together to create a larger floor plan, two of the new sets come from the bedroom in the fourth gameâ€”because of course; itâ€™s a rule that anyÂ scary, hat-wearing character named Freddy has to appearÂ in somebodyâ€™s nightmares (who would win that Freddy vs. Freddy battle in the dreamworld, anyway?).
My wife loves a bed covered in teddy bears, and is particularly drawn to plush characters in little hats; as such, the new â€œBedroomâ€ setÂ is probably not one I will ever be allowed to show her. The â€œClosetâ€ set, below, is bizarre enough that I can probably get away with it; it also looks like a good base for customizing all kinds of minifigs in the style of Masters of the Universeâ€˜s Multi-Bot.
â€œArcade Cabinet,â€ the smallest and cheapest of the sets at a suggested retail price of just $7.99, comes from Fazbearâ€™s Fright, the horror attraction in game three. At this point, itâ€™s not designed to be attached to any other set, but perhaps it hints at the direction of the next few. We definitely need to get Springtrap, and I canâ€™t imagine Todd McFarlane passing up that opportunity.
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