McFarlane Toys Doing Construction Sets Based On Five Nights at Freddy's Video Game

by Jay Cochran
February 09, 2016
McFarlane Toys has announced via Kotaku that they will be doing new line of construction set toys based on the creepy indie point-and-click video game Five Nights at Freddy's which was developed by Scott Cawthon.

The first wave will contain four sets which eventually you will be able to connect together in order to map out the game. Shown below are prototype images for the largest set in the first wave which is the Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza Show Stage. Here is the official description for it:

During the day, the Show Stage at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza is full of bright lights, happy children and singing animatronics! However when the night shift begins at midnight, the deadly horrors come to life. Starting from center stage, Freddy, Bonnie and Chica animatronics start to roam around the Pizzeria and head right to the Night Guard’s Office! The Show stage set features 3 figures (Freddy, Bonnie & Chica), party balloons, arcade cabinet, star streamers, happy birthday banner, party stage, decorative clouds and stereo speaker!

Look for more on these during Toy Fair which begins this weekend on 02/13.
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