There are several iterations of Dinobytes to collect.

License Global

September 11, 2023

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Dinobytes, IMC Toys
Dinobytes IMC Toys

IMC Toys has announced it is venturing outside of the doll category and broadening its consumer base with a new brand, Dinobytes.

The Dinobytes game featured a classic battling play pattern designed for kids. Ready for action straight out of the packaging, the goal is to knock an opponent’s helmet off to be declared the winner. Available exclusively on Amazon, there are several iterations of Dinobytes to collect:

  • Dinobytes – four individual Dinobytes: Dilo, Pari, Rexy and Carner. Dinos are ready to battle, head-to-head, with their helmets on

  • Dinobytes Deluxe Cannon – comes with battle advantages, including a clip-on missile launcher and four projectiles

  • Dinobytes Battle Arena – comes with two exclusive Dinobytes figures

“This is a whole new endeavor for IMC Toys,” says Crystal Ganir, vice president, global, North America head, marketing, IMC Toys. “We’re very excited to be expanding our product lines to engage with a new demographic of kids. We know they’ll love the exciting battling play pattern and the ever-popular dinosaur theme, as where parents will love the fact that Dinobytes gets kids away from the screen and socializing with one another.”

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