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Funrise announces new Fart Ninjas toy line of collectible figures featuring motion-activated fart sounds at 2019 Toy Fair New York.

US: Fart Ninjas land at retailers nationwide courtesy of Funrise

Fart Ninjas, the latest ‘silent but deadly’ action figure line has finally landed at retailers across the US courtesy of the global toymaker, Funrise.

The new line packs electronic features that triggers fart sounds and surprises unsuspecting individuals, with Fart Ninja characters arriving in two different sizes, with a variety of fart sounds and collectable poses. A free to download app on the Google Play store is also available for virtual pranks.

“Despite the many high priced and high tech toys in the toy aisles this holiday season, kids will always love evergreen gross-out toys, especially anything to do with fart sounds,” said Stephanie Simpson Bughi, vice president of global brand marketing, Funrise.

“Kids will love to collect Fart Ninjas to surprise and prank their friends when they least expect it! Fart Ninjas will make great stocking stuffers and holiday gifts under the tree.”

Fart Ninjas Series One features eight different collectable figures, each with 10 realistic motion-activated fart sounds. Characters include Dragon Gas, Kung Pi Yew, Sensei Smell, Shadow Ripper, Silent Samurai, StinkFoo, Warrior Burner and Windbreak Warrior.

Fart Ninjas XL are larger, five-inch figures styled in armour with two different prank modes, motion activated or remote control, allowing Fart Ninjas to “fart on demand” with the push of a button. In addition to the 10 realistic fart sounds, the XL figures have can even record fart sounds for endless possibilities.

The Fart Ninjas XL characters, Ihira Fart and Mythical Hot Wind, also include two ‘martial farts’ accessories.

Fart Ninjas are available at Target, Amazon and other major retailers across the US with an SRP of $5.99 for Basic Figures and an SRP of $14.99 for XL Figures.

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