Netflix should delight Squid Game fans by bringing a copy of the series’ iconic animatronic puppet to The Trafford Center on Saturday.
Adult fans, over 16, are invited to experience the fully functioning 3 meter high doll, complete with moving illuminated eyes and singing qualities.
Fans will be offered the chance to take photos and videos of the doll in action, and an opportunity to interact with Squid Game costumed guards.
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Complementary circular cookies, cut with different shapes from the series, will also be available.
The doll started at London’s Westfield Shopping Center in Shepherd’s Bush on Halloween and will now appear at Manchester’s Trafford Center and Birmingham’s Grand Central Station on Saturday 6 November.
The Netflix series Squid Game has taken the nation by storm with its controversial plot.
A mysterious invitation to participate in the game is sent to people in the risk zone who are in dire need of money.
A total of 456 participants from all walks of life are locked in a secret place where they play games to win 45.6 billion.
Each game is a traditional Korean children’s game like Red Light, Green Light, but the consequence of losing is death.
Last month, Squid Game became Netflix’s “biggest TV show ever,” with 142 million households globally watching the series in its first four weeks.
The hit series follows gambler Seong Gi-hun as he joins the 455 other debt-ridden players to take part in the Squid Game – hoping to win a cash prize of 45.6 billion Won (£ 28.2 million).