Mega Bloks expands Halo collection

Published on: 13th August 2013

Mega Bloks has expanded its construction offering for Halo fans aged eight years and up with a new collection of characters, weapons and vehicles.Mega-Bloks-Halo-UNSC-Hornet

Launching this Autumn/Winter, the new Mega Bloks Halo line allows kids and collectors to recreate authentic game-play and battle scenarios in real-time. The additions include new build and combine possibilities, more micro action figures to collect, Reap-X ONI vehicles offered in a new colour pallet, and light and in-game sound features, in try-me packaging.

Fans can establish their army, build and expand their units with Micro Action Figures Series 7. Each pack contains a fully armed micro action figure, and there are 16 characters to collect.

A brand new concept to the range is the Build and Combine Asst. Fans can combine pieces from three products: the Forerunner Terminal, UNSC C&C Console, and UNSC Hangar Deck to build a UNSC Booster Frame.

The introduction of lights and in-game sounds is featured in buildable vehicles, such as the UNSC Night Ops Gausshog, UNSC Anti-Armor Cobra, UNSC Hornet versus Covenant Vampire, and the new UNSC Pelican Gunship, which includes a light-up Knight Battlewagon.

The range expansion also comes from the introduction of two REAP-X ONI items: the UNSC Light Assault VTOL, and the UNSC Siege Bike.

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