We’re on our second week of Halloween, and for this week’s Geeky Diaries I have a Five Nights at Freddy’s Backpack Hanger (I’ve seemed to accumulate a lot of these over time) blind bag to open for all you dear, dear readers. Fun fact: I have never played Five Nights at Freddy’s, and I have no idea who any of the characters are. This was bought to me as a Christmas gift in 2016 (I know I should’ve opened it sooner). Still to this day, I have no idea why they thought I was playing this game but hey ho I have it, so let’s open it!
Five Nights at Freddy’s
Five Nights at Freddy’s is an indie video game series which was created, designed, developed and published by Scott Cawthon in which the player plays a nighttime security guard who looks after Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza. The player must make effective use of different tools, mostly checking security footage and also to make sure you do not get attacked by the animatronic characters, which become homicidal arseholes after a long days work.
There are 11 backpack hangers to collect altogether. I don’t want to pretend to know what I’m talking about, so I’m going to name the characters. There is 1/12 chance with backpack hanger. The characters you can collect are:
Brown Bear with Tiny Top Hat
Albino Cat (that’s a cat right?)
Big Bird’s Child
The Blue Rabbit
Blue Rabbit with Guitar
Whatever the rare backpack hanger is – 1/24
If I had to get any of them, it would have to be Tweety Pie. By the looks of him, child stardom took its toll, and he clearly needs a loving home. It’s a cute design. I love the little cake he’s holding! I also love the design of The Mime, and his hands look soo cool. It’s how I would picture Slenderman looking if he ended up on Queer Eye.
And I got…
He’s no Tweety Pie, but I do love his design! I love his little claw hand and the fact he’s missing an ear. I love the colour yellow on figurines, any figurine! It’s always so vibrant and stands out a mile away. He also stands up pretty well even with the hanger attached to him! The hanger is also nicely detailed, looks slightly robotic and it undoes sideways rather than on top (I was pulling on it for ages).
Will I buy any more?
Well…no. Of course not.