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Disney Crossy Road Toys Unboxing and Review

Posted on the 22 May 2017 by Mummysspace @mmeeee
I am really excited to tell you about the very cool range of Disney Crossy Road pixelated Mini Figures and Plush toys. We were lucky enough to receive a special Disney Crossy Road gift box which contained a plush Mickey figure, a Mini Figure 4 Pack and two Mystery Figure Packs.
Disney Crossy Road Toys Unboxing and Review

The Crossy Roads Range

There are 40+ characters to collect from four different groupings including Mickey and friends, Toy Story, Big Hero 6 and The Lion King which means you will have lots of fun hunting for characters to complete your collections. To keep things interesting each character comes with its own rarity status ranging from rare, epic, secret, legendary and limited edition which is identified by a corresponding different color box which you can see below.
Disney Crossy Road Toys Unboxing and Review
I love the fact that these Disney Crossy Road characters appeal to both kids and grown ups so it makes collecting them fun for all the family.

Our Verdict

Being massive Disney and Crossy Road fans I couldn't wait to get my hands on the Crossy Roads Toys and I definitely wasn't disappointed when I opened the box and revealed what was inside. The Mini Figures are seriously awesome with loads of detail gone into every one and the selection of characters available is really good.
Disney Crossy Road Toys Unboxing and Review
Some of the figures such as Mickey, Donald and Hiro come with stands for displaying.
Disney Crossy Road Toys Unboxing and Review
The plush Mickey figure is not just cute but cool, it's perfect for adults and kids alike (my Disney obsessed husband claimed it as soon as he saw it). I have to say I am impressed at how well the pixelated-ness of Crossy Road characters have been achieved in a plush version, I love the square eyes, nose, Mickey ears and buttons of our plush Mickey.
Disney Crossy Road Toys Unboxing and Review

Unboxing the Disney Crossy Road Gift Box

We have all enjoyed the element of suspense and surprise while opening the Mystery Packs and it's safe to say we love the Disney Crossy Road range and will be collecting more. You can watch our unboxing of the Disney Crossy Road gift box we were sent below.

If you would like to watch some more unboxing videos check out the Moose website.

Where to Buy

The Disney Crossy Road range of toys can be found online at Character-Online and from Tesco, Asda, Toys R Us, Smyths and Argos. Plush Figures have an RRP of £9.99, the Mini Figure 4 Pack RRP of £9.99 and the Mystery Figure Packs RRP of £2.99. 

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