Recently a mysterious package arrived at our door. A parcel so dangerous it needed the word CAUTION written on it yet inside was, what can only be described as the perfect toy for any child!
These new collectables, called Fungus Amungus, are icky, sticky, germy, gooey little creatures that are sure to elicited ‘yucks’ and ‘ewws’ of joy when they are squished or splatted against any surface. The Funguys are a collection of germs, spores, bacteria, moulds and more – some are creepy, some are gross but they are all super sticky and sure to be a hit with any child!
There are over 100 of these gross little guys to collect and come in 7 different varieties:
OOZEY FUNGUYS are the slickest, slimiest, slipperiest Funguys of them all.
DIGITAL FUNGUYS: These techy tyrants are pretty smart and know all the best places to hide.
TROPICAL FUNGUYS come from all sorts of far flung places, and they’re some of the most toxic Funguys known to man!
WILD FUNGUYS are masters of disguise. Cloaked in all sorts of mouldy, rotton wood and plants, they camouflage themselves extremely well.
BODY FUNGUYS follow humans around like a bad smell, trying to cause as much trouble as possible.
FOODIE FUNGUYS are some of the smelliest, rottenest creatures you could find and to be honest, they smell so bad you probably wouldn’t want to find them anyway!
The best of a bad bunch! Friendly Funguys try to help out, spreading their ‘good bacteria’ around the world.
Starting from as little as £2.49 for two specimens, they are ideally priced pocket money toys, with bigger sets priced up to £19.99 for the Fungus Amungus exgerminator playset.
We were sent a sample pack of Fungus Amungus to review before the official release and to get LV’s thoughts. At 10 years old he is still into ‘gross’ things and these really are perfect. He loves that they stick to anything and when they inevitably get grubby and covered in fluff can be rinsed off with some soap and warm water and are instantly back to their icky sticky selves.
If you have a youngster who’s an avid collector, or just loves gross things I really recommend getting them interested in these little funguys!