Magic Box Toys reveals Zomlings Series 6

Published on: 22nd June 2017

Series 6 sees the Zomlings transported into the future with new Zom-Mobiles and Capsules.

Magic Box Toys has revealed details of Zomlings Series 6, which hits shelves just in time for back to school season at the end of August. With 105 new characters to collect, including six Ultra Rare (silver) and three Limited Edition (gold) Zomlings, Series 6 is supported by a marketing campaign including TV, digital, social, unboxings, and PR.

The new range, Zomlings In The Future, includes blind bag 1-packs at 50p RRP each, Zom-Mobiles, a vehicle plus Zomling (4 different Zom-Mobiles with 4 colour variations) at £1.50 RRP each, and Capsules containing 2 Zomlings (3 different Capsules with 4 colour variations) for £2.50 RRP each.

Fresh for Series 6, which hits shelves from 30th August, there’s also a new starter pack plus a blister pack containing 4 Zomlings and 4 Zom-Mobiles. In addition, and to complement the lower-priced items, there’s now an even wider range of non-series-specific toys for Zomlings fans to expand their collection with, such as the Magic Trick School, Pirate and Race blister packs, and the Crazy School Bus.

Ben Harper of Magic Box Toys commented: “Zomlings Series 5 was the most successful yet and we know from customer feedback that a healthy appetite remains for these highly collectible toys. We’re really excited about the potential of this new range, which takes the Zomlings into a futuristic world that’s sure to appeal to our young pocket-money customers.”


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