This month’s crate was based on how the action of playing keeps the imagination primed, helps us feel younger, and inspires creativity.
Here’s what I received:
- Kidrobot DIY Mini Munny vinyl figure – I’m already a fan of this brand, so it was cool to get this. It comes with 3 markers which you can use to customize the figure. My art skills aren’t the greatest, so I’m not sure if I’ll actually use this. I could possibly pass it along to one of my more creative friends if need be.
- Ready Player One paperback by Ernest Cline – I can always use some new reading material. A friend had told me they read this a few times and highly recommended it. Looking forward to cracking this one open!
- SUPERFIGHT Card Game – Players create their own versions of super heroes, then put them against each other to see who’s the most powerful. This exclusive deck contains cards made especially for Loot Crate.
- Rock-Paper-Scissors Dice Game – Because using your hands is so last year. Instead, roll out these dice and settle things once and for all. Another exclusive item for this month’s crate.
- Hexbug – I’m not the biggest fan of bugs, but was amused when I received their blue ant. These little guys are said to glow in the dark. I’ll test it out soon.
- Waka-Waka Poster – This was made as a tribute to Pac-Man, one of the most popular arcade games out there.
- Firefly Online Premium Ship Online Code – Made available only to Loot Crate subscribers, this code gives the user access to a special transport ship for Firefly’s online game. Sweet.
The box the items came in converts to a board game called Crate Packing Simulator 2015. The object of the game is to be the first person among up to 4 players to put together a complete Loot Crate. These crates just continue to get more interesting with each month. Already saw the sneak peek for March and it looks pretty awesome (Hello, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.!).