Funko gives itself to triple A video games, a new partnership announced

Funko gives itself to triple A video games, a new partnership announced

Funko gives itself to triple A video games

More and more often, going around the shops, it can happen to find yourself in front of entire shelves full of the many and colorful collectible figures of Funko. By now these collectibles have embraced any brand in the entertainment world, and collectors love to fill their homes with as many gadgets of the genre. With such enormous success, now the US company has decided to expand, going to put its hand also within the videogame industry.

Right in these days it has been the same Funko to declare that it has decided to enter the gaming industry by announcing a partnership with 10.10 Games. The announcement was made during San Diego Comic-Con which ended last Sunday, where the company known for vinyl collectibles said it was partnering with 10.10 Games, a studio founded last year by British developer Jon Burton. | ); }
This is all the official information on this new adventure from Funko and 10.10 Games which has just been announced. At the moment, unfortunately, we don't know for sure which franchise the first title currently in development will be based on, but knowing that even the collectible puppets will have their video games brings to mind the many licensed LEGO games based on as many very popular franchises. That games with colored bricks may soon have a formidable rival in the videogame sector?

Funko Games Announce New Expandable Game DISNEY KINGDOMANIA

Funko recently announced a new expandable tabletop game called Disney Kingdomania. The game’s style is inspired by classic 8-bit video games and the theme is that the players must patch glitches in a video game featuring classic Disney and Pixar characters. There are 40 characters for you to collect including rare “glitched” characters that have translucent orange accents. The game will be available this fall and comes with a couple of options that cost $9.99 or $22.99.

Created for girls and boys ages 6 and up, Disney Kingdomania takes place inside a make-believe, 8-bit video game experiencing glitches that are mixing up the levels! Players must patch the glitches before it’s “Game Over” for the characters and their digital game world. Available as a Super Game Pack, containing four character figures, two powerful items and 20 game tiles, or a portable Game Ball holding two characters and 12 tiles. Both are a complete and playable game at purchase.

As I mentioned, there are a couple of different options for purchasing Disney Kingdomania. What most people will probably go for first is the Super Game Pack. This is the more expensive option and comes with 4 characters, 2 powerful items, and 20 game tiles. The other is the Game Ball which comes with 2 characters and 12 tiles. This is the only way to get the “glitched” characters. Now, you may notice that 4 + 2 is not 40. That’s right, this is an “expandable game” which means there is a blind bag element to the game. This will definitely rub some people the wrong way while others will absolutely love it. What do you think of the game so far?