The event is a community-driven competition in which Halo fans can create and submit their own Mega Bloks Halo toymations (stop motion animations featuring toys) for a chance to win prizes.
Andrew Sparkes, vice president of kids and collectors at Mega Brands, said: “We are eager to launch our second Mega Bloks Halo Toymation Fest. Last year, fans really proved their dedication to the Halo brand and allowed us to see the love for our Mega Bloks products shine through the creativity of their amazing productions. We can’t wait to see what they will come up with next.”
Jessica Shea, community manager at 343 Industries, and avid Halo gamer, said: “I had the honour of being one of the judges in last year’s Halo toymation contest, and the videos the Mega Bloks community made with just blocks, a video camera, and the magic of editing was absolutely mind-blowing. To say I’m excited about seeing this year’s entries would definitely be an understatement.”
The lucky winner and runners-up will get the chance to win prizes such as video production hardware and software, a variety of Mega Bloks Collectors building sets, and one-of-a kind Mega Bloks Halo collector items.
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