Pokémon Toys Joining McDonald’s Happy Meals In The U.S.

Toys based on Pokémon X and Pokémon Y are headed to McDonald’s as part of the restaurant chain’s Happy Meals in the U.S. (GoNintendo via Polygon)

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Each Pokemon-themed Happy Meal will come with a TCG card and one of 12 Pokémon toys. These include: Pikachu, Xerneas, Froakie, Blastoise, Venusaur, Pancham, Yveltal, Charizard, Mewtwo and more.

 

The toys can be scanned using the McDonald’s McPlay Power mobile app to unlock mini-games.


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