New World of Warriors toys hit shelves

Published on: 8th September 2015

GP Flair unveils its new range of toys for the World of Warriors game and entertainment property.

World-of-warriors-480The World of Warriors franchise, which already includes several gaming apps, is now bolstered by a new toy range, including deluxe action and collectible figures, as well as a selection of role play items.

Mini collectibles are available in twin packs, as well as packs of four and eight: in all, there are over 120 detailed figures to collect in series one alone. Both the two and eight packs come complete with a battle temple, on which the figures can stand. The Collectibles range starts at £2.99.

Three of the hero warriors from the game are also featured in the first series of articulated deluxe action figures; Crixus the Roman Gladiator, Gunnar the Viking Raider and Zuma the Jaguar Warrior.

There is also a World of Warriors Battle Gear role play range, which features three weapon and accessory packs. The Crixus set allows fans to don the helmet and take up the trident to become a champion gladiator. Fans of Gunnar can wield his sword and protect themselves from attacks using the Viking shield. The final set comprises Kuro’s Ninja Mask, Throwing Star and Katana Sword.

Nic Aldridge, marketing director GP Flair comments: “Flair is very excited to have created the World of Warriors toy collection. With the fan base ever growing, this is a great time to be working with Mind Candy on such a big project.”



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