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Beyond his charming personality, Kong Andri’s Owangeboy character is a talented engineer and mechanic. In the hopes of getting his work done quicker, Owangeboy put his skills to use to create a super helpful copy of himself in the form of the Droidboy robot.
The latest edition of the Owangeboy vinyl art toy, Droidboy features a metallic silver face, arms, and boots for an old-school robot vibe. The retro tech carries over to Droidboy’s energy source: a wind-up key in his back.
An edition of 150 pcs, the Droidboy vinyl art toy (4.53″) will be available on Friday (3.26) at 6 AM PDT for $95 from Stangecat Toys (USA), Kong Andri’s online store (Asia) and the Owange Co Tokopedia shop (Indonesia only). Due to Covid19-related production constraints, Droidboy is the first vinyl figure from Kong Andri in quite some time. Expect demand to be even stronger than normal.
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Surely, as Autobot Leader, Optimus Prime gets a lot of compliments for being so heroic and all that. After millions of years, all those accolades may have gone to his head. Which, might explain a certain trend we have seen over the years with BIG HEADed figures. These toys stalled out in the design process somewhere between smallest and super-deformed scales with a tiny body and a big SD style head.
My favorite video game clips are the ones where players show off a mechanic, feature, or trick that’s either obscure, entertainingly unnecessary, or just plain easily overlooked by most people. If the idea is hiding in plain sight, even better! I want to feel silly for not even considering doing it before.
One recent-to-me example: you can use a bug net to pop balloons in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
When you donât have a slingshot… from r/AnimalCrossing
You could be a normal player and just use a slingshot, of course. Or, if you want to live a little after spending countless hours with this game, you can load up the Island Designer app on your phone, plop down a cliff, climb up it with your ladder, and knock down the floating present with your humble net.
As impractical as this is, more than anything, I appreciate Reddit user ItzStarr86 demonstrating an alternate use for the terraforming tools. They’re great in theory but they’re too finicky for me.
Realistically, I’m never going to use this trick, but I love that I can – a cute a-ha moment.