Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 Army Builder Boxed Volume 1 and 2 – Review (Toynk Toys)

Fallout Nanoforce Toynk Toys

Fallout Nanoforce Volume 1 Box 1 Army Builders Series 1

Two new boxed sets in the Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 Army Builder Figure Collection have been released. Available for purchase at Toynk Toys, the Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 Army Builder Boxed Volume 1 and 2 continue to offer high-quality little figures for Fallout fans.

 I was provided Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 Army Builder Boxed Volume 1 and 2 from Toynk Toys for review. The opinions are my own.

I reviewed the Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 Army Builder Figures Collection Bagged Set 1 back in December, and now I’m back to review the Volume 1 and Volume 2 Boxed sets in the Fallout Nanoforce Series!

Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 box set 1 Toynk Toys

Fallout Nanoforce Volume 1 Box 1 Army Builder Series 1

Fallout Nanoforce Volume 2 Box 2 Series 1

Fallout Nanoforce Volume 2 Box 2 Army Builder Series 1

Each Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 Army Builder Figures Boxed Set contains 12 figures (measuring 2 inches) and 1 bonus 4-inch scale figure. The 2-inch figures include 2 Vault Boys, 2 Allies, 2 Enemies, 2 Artifacts, and 4 mystery figures, which aren’t really a mystery because fans of the game can tell what they are from the images on the back of the box. I don’t want to spoil the fun, but you can clearly tell the mystery figures include the Reaper (box 1) and the Leprechaun (box 2) Vault Boy Perks.

 

Fallout Nanoforce Volume 1 Box 1 Army Builder

Fallout Nanoforce Volume 1 Box 1 Army Builder Series 1 – back of the packaging

Fallout Nanoforce Volume 2 Box 2 Army Builders

Fallout Nanoforce Volume 2 Box 2 Army Builders Series 1 – back of the packaging

These are your typical Army Men figures made of solid high-quality plastic. You can even drop them from a height and they will remain unharmed. Also, the details on each 2-inch figure are impressive. From the face to the uniform and accessories, you can clearly see everything. A hack job these are not!

As for the 4-inch bonus figures, the Fallout Nanoforce Volume 1 box contains the “Toughness” Vault Boy Perk. The Fallout Nanoforce Volume 2 box contains Liberty Prime. They both look amazing! There is also a foldout map/display (made of paper) in each box which lets you know where the figures go.

Now, keep in mind, if you own the bagged set already, you will get some duplicates if you buy the boxed sets. However, if you were to choose between currently available bag or any of the two boxes, I say you should opt for the boxes to own the 4-inch bonus figures!

Again, even if you aren’t into displaying them, you can use these figures for your D&D campaigns, chess pieces or something similar.

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The Fallout Nanoforce Volume 1 and Volume 2 Army Builder Series 1 boxed sets are available for purchase here:Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 Army Builder Figure Collection – Boxed Volume 1 | Vault Boy | Nuka Cola | Special Edition Collectible Gaming Figures | & Fallout Nanoforce Series 1 Army Builder Figure Collection – Boxed Volume 2 | Vault Boy | Nuka Cola | Special Edition Collectible Gaming Figures |

The remaining bags and boxes in the series are available for pre-order.

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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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