UFO Cow Abduction: Beam Up Your Bovine (With Light and Sound!) (RP Minis) (Paperback)
This out-of-this-world kit for sci-fi lovers is loaded with special effects! It includes: -3-inch diameter spaceship, equipped with a hinged cockpit dome from which a curious alien peers, and featuring multiple light and sound effects:
- By opening the cockpit dome and pressing the alien's head, sound of spaceship engine plays, followed by eerie pre-abduction music. Six blue lights around the spaceship flash in rotation. Additionally, two bright LED lights beneath the ship glow, casting a beam of light in search of a specimen to abduct.
- When the spaceship is hovered in close proximity to the cow, a magnetically powered "abduction" occurs which simultaneously prompts new light and sound effects. Lights beneath the ship flash and music changes to a pulsating sound with intermittent cow mooing.
- When cow is abducted and alien head is pressed again, sound of the spaceship flying away plays, concluding your invasion and shutting off the spaceship.
About the Author
Matt Smiriglio is a freelance writer, avid sci-fi enthusiast, and #1 fan of Running Press Mini Kits. He lives in Philadelphia, PA.
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