Toyfinity is an independent toy company and artist collective. They focus on three daily aspects: an archive; a toy production company; and a concept of toy interrelation and development. They produce figure kits compatible with Onell Design's Glyos System Series featuring the characters from Robo Force, Mordles, Manglors, Zeroids/S.T.A.R. Team, and more. Several are former lines previously released by Ideal Toy Company. The toys are made of interchangeable parts, and hearken back to the durable, small-scale action figures of the 1980s. The figures can be described as a cross between an Action figure and a Lego set. Toyfinity toy figures are primarily sold directly by the manufacturer, although on occasion a release may be made available where a specially decorated figure is available elsewhere. They offer two yearly fan clubs which feature exclusive figures and news.
The company has collaborated with local artists such as Onell Design and David A. White of Mecha Zone.
- ↑ NJCC Announces John Kent From Toyfinity Toys As Industry Guest Archived September 23, 2015, at the Wayback Machine.
- ↑ Robo Force Returns In 2014
- ↑ New Mordles available from Toyfinity
- ↑ Welcome to Toyfinity!
- ↑ Living a Toy Story The Beacon, September 2007
- ↑ Toyfinity Announces Robo Force: Club Zeton!
- ↑ CROSSOVER TIME! Meet the Gendrone Force Defender!
- ↑ He's finally here this week! FANGAR lives!