Did you know that this year marks the 40th anniversary of the introduction McDonald’s Chicken nuggets on the fast food giant’s menu? And to honor that important milestone, McDonald’s has launched a new handheld game console in the shape of chicken nuggets that can be played jigsaw puzzle.
As discovered by Classic DodoMcDonald’s new nugget game console Released May 24th in Mainland China at a cost of 30 Chinese Yuan or about $4.25. According to people who’ve gotten their hands on one of these oddities, the device comes in a McNuggets-themed box and includes a McDonald’s carrying case for the handset.
The actual device itself is, As you can clearly see from the photos, shaped like a McDonald’s chicken nuggets. It has arrows that allow you to move the pieces left and right and drop them down faster. There is also a button that allows you to rotate the pieces, but it only seems to be in one direction. As far as I can tell, there doesn’t seem to be a way to “keep” a piece as you can in most modern works. jigsaw puzzle gate. As you can guess from the price and screen of the device, this is a pretty simple and cheap device. On the other hand, it’s a play nugget jigsaw puzzle and that’s rad.
Is this an official license jigsaw puzzle device?
At first, some people thought that this new device was not officially licensed jigsaw puzzle product, but new pictures from people who bought it show that McDonald’s actually paid to use jigsaw puzzle name. That makes sense because the game has a prominent position McDonald’s logo in the corner of the screen. It would be brave (and stupid) if the fast food company blatantly steals like that. jigsaw puzzle while sticking its logo on the fake.
Now, the bad news: This weird gaming device — which I’ll be happy to buy right away along with my usual McDonald’s 20 nuggets and fries — appears to be exclusive to China. At this time, there seem to be no plans to bring the device to any other countries. This makes me sad. According to some fine print on the official website of McDonald’s China, 400,000 won of these will be provided. Share some with the rest of us, McDonald’s!
However, everyone was sell them on eBay and other sites, though of course they’ll cost more than $4. But if you don’t want to spend extra money to play McDonald’s jigsaw puzzle Hand, at least you can watch other people play it. And while watching, you might wonder, “What jigsaw puzzle has something to do with the 40th anniversary of chicken nuggets?” That’s a good question to which I don’t have an answer. So sorry.