Man, Loot Crate really outdid themselves with the “Summon” box for September 2015. The products were awesome as usual, and the packaging had the most elaborate design they’ve ever released.
See what’s inside after the break…
Yes! Not surprisingly, I saw several Looters wearing this Pikachu laplander hat around town in the last couple of days.
Exclusive 1:43 scale replica of the 1967 Chevy Impala from Supernatural (with original Kansas license plates).
Homer Simpson Golden Buddha and Hearthstone Foam Stress Ball.
Speaking of Hearthstone, there was also a collectible coin and card pack code.
And that’s just the cool stuff that was inside. The box itself turns into an augmented reality mobile game:
Screenshots from the app:
The augmented reality experience:
The card game:
I think it’s pretty obvious that the Summon crate is awesome. Loot Crate continues to be the most creative of all the nerdy subscription box services we’ve tried thus far. I mean, the fact that they went this far with the packaging design alone says a lot.
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