Synonyms for figma or Related words with figma

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Examples of "figma"
The figma series has now surpassed its 300th release. To commemorate the release of the 200th Figma, GSC announced on their web site, a 2.0 version of the popular vocaloid, Hatsune Miku
The figma motto is which translates into 'Moves well, looks good', which sums up the main purpose of the figma series. According to the official site, the concept of the series is summarized by the following four points:
In 2016, Good Smile Company produced a figma action figure based on "The Scream".
There have been a number of figma related products and product lines, as described below.
The primary figma series has been split into three different variants:
The first figma was a special edition Haruhi Suzumiya based on and bundled with the PS2 game, "Suzumiya Haruhi no Tomadoi". It was released on January 31, 2008 with the product code SP001. Later in 2008, the first mass-produced figma, Yuki Nagato from the series "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya" was released.
Rob Bricken, reviewing a Lelouch Figma figurine for Anime News Network, described it as "the perfect marriage of accuracy and posability". He later described the figma line in general as "[one] of the most prolific (and reasonably priced) anime toy-lines around". In 2008, three figmas were among the top ten 'toy and hobby' items sold on Amazon Japan.
The di:stage is a display unit which was specially developed to display figma figures in more enjoyable ways. The base unit is a 10 cm x 10 cm stage with multiple joints to create different landscapes on which to display figma figures, this base unit can also be expanded with additional purchases.
The series is a Japanese action figure line produced by Max Factory and distributed by Good Smile Company. The product series is developed by the CEO of Max Factory, MAX Watanabe, as well as Masaki Apsy, and focuses on creating highly articulated hand-sized figures with a focus on popular anime characters. Each figma is sold with various accessories such as exchangeable faces, hands and other optional parts. Occasionally figma figures are based on other subjects such as characters from the Japanese voice synthesizing software, Vocaloid, the well-known "Touhou" game series and other popular Nintendo game series such as "The Legend of Zelda" and the "Metroid" series. There have also been a few figma figures based on real people, such as a figma of Michael Jackson from his "Thriller" music video.
Finnish Games and Multimedia Association FIGMA has published statistics of the most sold games (physically sold games, not including digital purchases). The top ten in 2014 were:
Eren is featured in a variety of merchandise. In December 2013, the Good Smile Company released the Eren Picktam! strap along with straps of other characters from the series. The official Eren Yeager nendoroid and figma were also launched after the series' success. These figures exist via a variety of figurine and merchandise companies. Eren's figma was released in May 2014, and the nendoroid was released in April 2014.
The figma series is an articulated series of figures made from ABS and PVC. Each figure includes a special stand that is used to hold it up as well as create varying poses. The height of the figures are around 13 cm, but vary depending on the height of the base character. Prices also vary, however most figmas are between 3000 and 6000 Japanese yen. Each figma usually comes with a number of different expressions and optional extras which can be switched out any number of times. Parts can also be traded between different figma figures, allowing collectors to swap parts and create unique combinations. A flexible plastic is used in areas likely to be hindered by poses.
Kadokawa Shoten also released five boxsets, one for each of the five heroines of the PC version of "Shuffle!", between September 10, 2005 and December 10, 2005. Each boxset was compiled by "Comptiq" and contained a book, clothed Figma figurines, drama CDs, and mousepad released for the visual novel, first anime adaptation, and manga adaptation for their respective characters.
A limited edition Premium Box of the game was released in Japan, bundled with a Figma figurine of the game's antagonist, White Rock Shooter. The game was published in North America and Europe by NIS America on April 23 and April 24, 2013 respectively via the PlayStation Store. The game will not be available in Canada, Mexico and other European countries for legal reasons.
In addition to video games and game guidebooks, "Berserk" has spurred on a range of different merchandise, from lighters to keyrings to Kubrick. Statues and action figures are produced by Art of War. A "Berserk" trading card game was released by Konami in Japan. A figure of Guts was released by Max Factory in its Figma line in January 2012.
The game was released for the PlayStation Portable in both regular and the "Type-Moon Box" editions. The limited Type-Moon Box edition includes a Saber Figma figure from the game itself, a visual book and a limited edition soundtrack. While the original release was set for March 2010, the release date was pushed back to July 22, 2010 for further development.
Many various figures based on the character were produced by various manufacturers. First 4 Figures built 2,500 Varia Suit Samus figures, selling all of them. Good Smile Company produced a figma and a statue of Samus based on the "Other M" Samus. Samus also launched as one of the twelve original Amiibo in November 2014.
A visual novel based on "A Certain Scientific Railgun" for the PSP was released on December 8, 2011 after facing several delays, and comes in a special edition which includes a Kuroko Shirai Figma figure. The opening theme for the "A Certain Scientific Railgun" PSP game is "Way to answer" by fripSide.
The figma vehicles line is a set mostly dedicated to the vehicles of the anime "Girls und Panzer", which focused on the "Panzer IV" Ausf. D (Type D) configuration, a World War II-era medium battle tank that was driven by the main cast of the series. The tank is not officially scaled, but the size is roughly of a 1:12 tank model kit. It is pre-built, with some of the minor parts (like tools and extra track sets) that needs to be attached to the kit. The figma version of crew can be fitted inside without any modifications to the figures themselves. The first vehicle, the Panzer IV Ausf. D "Finals" version, was released on October 2015, with the price of "¥14,800 (Before Tax)". The second vehicle, which is a variant of the first model, the Panzer IV Ausf. H Spec, will be released as an exclusive to "Wonder Festival" 2016.
The ex:ride series is a set of vehicles that can be ridden by figma figures, including bicycles, motorbikes, water bikes and more. Each set of vehicles is assigned a number preceded by 'ride.', for example the first release was 'ride.001'. A special series of ex:ride figures that come from specific series was also created, which are instead preceded by the 'SPride.'. The special vehicles come from series such as "Fate/Zero", "GANTZ" and "Fireball Charming".