MGA launches Crate Creatures

Published on: 21st June 2018

Four different interactive creatures will be available for kids to unbox. 

From MGA Entertainment comes Crate Creatures, a line of interactive ‘beast friends’ for kids.

Contained within crates that can be re-used for storage and safekeeping, kids can use the included crowbar to release their Creature before discovering their fun features.

Each Crate Creature comes with a favourite snack, which triggers a selection of over 45 noises when eaten. Featuring sensitive noses, tongues or horns, and temperamental shaking if kids touch a nerve, the Crate Creatures can also record voices and repeat them back – monster style.

Four Creatures are available. Blizz the ice monster flaps his arms when his tail is pressed, makes chomping and slurping noises when he is fed his ice lolly, and will shake with range if kids pull his tongue.

Pudge will make fun noises when his tongue is pulled, but will get angry if it’s pulled too hard. Kids can also press his horns and watch his crazy eyes glow and roll in his head, before feeding him his favourite food – pizza.

Sizzle is a dragon with a fiery temper. Whether he’s upside down, knocked over or lying flat, kids can hear his incomprehensible gibberish and roars, and if they jerk his slimy tongue he’ll vibrate with rage and surprise.

Finally, Snorthog loves digging up treats to eat and blowing out unpleasant boogers. When kids unlock him from his crate they’ll discover the slimy snot that squirts out of his nose, and if they take away his corn dog his four furry arms will flap up in horror.


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