McFarlane Toys Five Nights Circus Control
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- Buildable "circus control" set inspired by Scott cawthon's five night's at Freddy's video game series
- Construction set features a buildable circus baby
- Contains approx. 150 pieces
- Figures feature articulation in the main joints and have swappable heads/limbs
- Bricks and figures are compatible with other construction brands
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* Toy Freddy himself looks great. These sets have well-detailed figures and Toy Freddy is no exception. I'm a bit more used to seeing him in his "attack mode", where his eyes are just black orbs, but this set seems to be going along with more of a subtle feel to its creepiness than some of the others. Toy Freddy might just amount to yet another enemy in the actual game, and doesn't have any particular lore attached to him, but I've always liked his visual design, so it's good to see him well-represented. The only other toy of Toy Freddy I can think of is the Funko Pop, so this is a desperately needed figure.
* The actual room might not look like much at first, amounting to a wall and a table, but once you've got all the various decorations and stickers on, it's more visually dense than you would expect. Don't get me wrong, it's a very simple set, one of the simplest perhaps, but every element looks good and represents itself well. As with Freddy himself, there are some nice, subtly creepy effects are snuck in, too. I had never noticed that the Toy Freddy poster in the game was missing an eye until looking at this set, but the sticker is indeed accurate, and I love the grime creeping up from the floor, which I think most people might not even notice on first observation. I also appreciated the detail on the table, you get a pretty cool sticker representing the tablecloth that goes on in a specific way that still lets you attach things to the table once the sticker is applied.
* The construction process was great. I've had issues with vague instructions or awkward components in other sets, but everything was on point here. The instruction manual even goes to the extent of specifically pointing out one potentially tricky part of the build process so you're aware of it before you jump into it. Maybe this is just because of how simple the set is, but everything just worked right. I also like the design considerations taken here. Earlier sets would sometimes just have you sit things on shelves or tables without attaching them down (FNAF 1 Backstage comes to mind), but both this set and McFarlane Toys Five Nights At Freddy's Prize Corner Construction Building Kit give you things to actually attach everything to, and Toy Freddy himself even gets a stud to hold him in a standing position, which is makes it easy to move around your completed build.
While the Party Room might not be as visually dense as the Office, or as iconic as Prize room, I think it's the most cleanly executed McFarlane FNAF building set to date. I really can't think of a single hitching point or gripe. For $13, this is a solid purchase for FNAF fans.