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  • Blog Post: New Items Added To K’NEX Plants vs. Zombies Line

    K’NEX has added two new Plants vs. Zombies items to their toy line based on the popular PopCap franchise. Now on shelves are the second series of blind-bag figures and the Mummy’s Tomb building set. Priced at $3.99, the bags include one character from a set of eight. The Mummy’s Tomb... More
  • Blog Post: Get Ready To Thwart The Zombie Horde With Vegetation Again With K'Nex

    K'nex has teamed up with PopCap to bring a line of construction toys based on Plants vs. Zombies 2 to the market. The sets allow you to build scenarios based on levels from the game. Some of the sets are relatively simple and include a single plant and zombie with a few K'Nex building pieces... More
  • Blog Post: First Titanfall K’nex Sets Include Pilots, Titans, And Angel City

    Angel City is one of the maps most familiar to Titanfall players, thanks to its inclusion as one of two in the beta. The bombed-out buildings and steep verticality give pilots an opportunity to get the drop on Titans from windows and rooftops. K’nex is using this backdrop for its first sets based... More
  • Blog Post: Build Your Own Titanfall Creation With K’Nex

    EA and Respawn have signed a deal with K’Nex that will give fans a chance build their own Titanfall models. The licensing agreement was announced today, and the first sneak peak will be at the New York Toy Fair in February. The toy sets will include pilots, different Titan models, and more. Unfortunately... More
  • Blog Post: Plants Vs. Zombies Moving From Gardens To Toy Boxes

    PopCap and K'nex have announced a partnership that will let you create your own Plants Vs. Zombies adventures. Better still, you won't have to pad around a dirty garden to do so. The companies aren't ready to show off exactly what kinds of sets players will be able to build, but president... More
  • Blog Post: Mario Kart Fans, Meet Your K'NEX Sets

    The sets are still on the blocky end of the spectrum, but they're pretty neat looking. Last June, toy company K'NEX and Nintendo announced that they'd worked out a deal that would give K'NEX the rights to develop a line of construction sets based on Mario Kart Wii. Now you can take a... More
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