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Figure Fantasy celebrates its first anniversary with brand new figurines and bonus events

Figure Fantasy celebrates its first anniversary with brand new figurines and bonus events
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Figure Fantasy, the figurine-themed mobile RPG, is rewarding its fans with a host of new events and characters as part of its one year anniversary celebrations.

Over the past year, Figure Fantasy has held numerous collab events with hit IPs like That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime and Ultraman Tima to lend their anime charm to the game’s gorgeous visuals and addictive idle gameplay. So you can expect plenty of the same stellar content on offer as part of the latest round of celebratory events.

For starters, Figure Fantasy is introducing two new figurines: the super rare android (and Defender of TENMA) Tia, and a brand-new Vanguard of NIGHT-9 called S-VIII. Both figurines will be available for a limited time during the celebration period. Players will also be able to receive anniversary-themed Furniture, and the Super Rare Figurine, Tia, by logging in on specific days. Participating in the S-VIII Promotion Event also allows players to claim rewards including the limited skin, "S-VIII·Joy Seeker Ver.".

By signing in during the limited event, players can receive Special Commissions (or via Idle Drops), R-Type Commands, and other rewards. Special Commissions will allow you to immediately sweep past Challenge Dungeons, providing all the Event Items and Promotion resource rewards they have to offer, without having to play through every round. Other rewards such as Diamonds will also be up for grabs by joining the “Joyous Moment in Eden” event.

To join the celebration events, you can download Figure Fantasy on the iOS App Store and on the Google Play Store for Android devices. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases. You can also join the community of followers on Facebook to stay updated on all the latest developments, or visit the official website for more info.