Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 Army Builder Figure Collection Bagged Set 1 – Review

Fallout Nanoforce Army Builder Bag 1 Toynk Toys review

We all know Toynk Toys offers some awesome geek swag covering many fandoms. If you are a Fallout fan, you might want to consider picking up the Fallout Nanoforce 1 Army Builder Collection. The first bagged set contains well-detailed versions of Vault Boy and a number of weapons.

I was provided a free Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 Army Builder Figure Collection Bagged Set 1 for review. The opinions are my own.

Being someone who considers himself a gamer and keeps an eye on the gaming world, I know about the Fallout-related backlash Bethesda is currently facing. So, yes, I was a bit skeptical about the Fallout Nanoforce figures, officially licensed by Bethesda, which were coming my way to be reviewed. However, upon receiving the bag, it was clear I shouldn’t have worried. The 2-inch figures looked just as advertised.

The Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 Army Builder Figure Collection Bagged Set 1 contains a total of 12 figures. I think it is safe to assume we all grew up with miniature green-colored army men or at least knew about them. That is why I was hit with some much-welcomed nostalgia as soon as I got the contents out of the classic “drugstore” carded bag. The memories!

The bag included a mixture of figures, weapons, and artifacts from Fallout. Fans of Vault Boy are going to greatly enjoy this bagged set because you get six different variations (or “Perks”) of him.

All of the figures are made from hard plastic. Of course, I had to test their durability. That’s why I “accidentally” dropped all them on the floor from at least five feet. There was no visible damage on any of the figures.

The detailing in each figure is impressive considering they only measure 2-inches. The Vault Boy perks include Scientist, Reaper, Strongman, Drinker, Leprechaun, and Soldier. The artifacts/weapons include a Mini Nuke, Grognak’s Axe, Nuka Cola Bottle, Armored Dogmeat, Thirst Zapper, and Jangles the Moon Monkey.

Due to the size of these figures, there are many ways you can use them. Of course, you can put them all on display on a shelf or, and I ended up doing this with my younger brother, use some of them as Monopoly pieces or even for a D&D campaign.

The Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 Army Figure Collection Bagged Set 1 from Toynk Toys and EMCE Toys gets a big thumbs up from me.

You can currently buy it from Toynk Toys.

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Author: Farid-ul-Haq

Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.

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