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Megatrip
MegatripPack

Range

Gogo's Crazy Bones

Years

2008-2014

Availability

South America, Asia, Europe (anywhere in Europe that doesn't get the US/UK sets), Mexico

Subsets

Megatrip (Special Edition), Danone, Genios, Edge, Sutas Tatilmmm

Rarity

Infrequent (C1000 and Edge), Uncommon (South America and Asia), Scarce (Danone and Sutas Tatilmmm)

Next Series

Foot

Megatrip is a series that was released in August 2009, and like many of the modern series there are a total of 80 characters to collect. The series was the second for countries that didn't Receive Evolution.

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Types of Gogo's

  • Common - Like the Crazy Bones before 2008, these figures are not painted, and all detail is sculpted.
  • Multicolor - Gogo's that are painted like all other Gogo's after 2008. Unlike other sets, Multicolor have more detail, and are harder to find.
  • Metallic - Gogo's with a reflective chrome finish, similar to the Gold Gogo's or Power Gogo's. These are only available in Colombia and Asia.
  • Metal - Not Chrome, but has a Metal Finish. These are only available in Brazil and a few other countries.
  • Glitter - Clear with Glitter inside. In Colombia and Europe, these are available in different colors, such as pink. In The Philippines, these are painted.
  • Glow - Gogo's that Glow in the Dark. These are available in a Ghost Green and Peach.
  • Laser - Exclusive to the Philippines release, this variant refers to figures coated with a glossy finish.
  • Mega - Also known as "Macro," were released in promotion with Giraffas. Some variants of the album included a mega figure.
  • Mega (Special Edition) - Were available at Carrefour. These Mega figures are only a tad bigger than a normal Gogo.

Releases

Standard Release

The standard release refers to the Panini release. This release included all 80 characters in their original variants.

Philippines

Megatrip was released in Asian countries, beginning with the Philippines, in 2012, and reissued in 2017. The series was distributed by Ban Kee Trading Inc. The series included all 80 characters in painted, glitter and laser variants. 10 Metallic figures were released in a special edition tin.

Turkey

An updated version of the Panini Megatrip series was released in Turkey in 2013. This series had glitter and glow in the dark variants omitted. The colors for the unpainted figures were different from those in the standard release. Multi-color and metallic figures could also be found in packs.

The Turkey release also saw a release in Indonesia sometime in the 2010's, but under the distributor EMCO Toys, rather than Panini.

Mexico Release

In the late 2010's, the Turkish version of Megatrip was released in Mexico. However, it is unknown if these figures saw wide distribution, as no album or packs have surfaced online. The only evidence of Megatrip's Mexico release is a coloring book, which included two gogo's when bought new.

Dino Gogo's

Released in 2008, this series saw the first release of Megatrip, under a promotion with Danone. Alongside the Dino figures, were variants characters 60-80, made exclusively for this series. The printed "D" is what sets these apart from the normal figures.

Kalise Nuclos Cases

The Nuclos Tins, released in promotion with Kalise, included the only European release of characters 40-60.

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Trivia

  • Magic Box goofed off and left the Gogos in this series with their PPI Worldwide stamp instead of giving them a Magic Box stamp. Therefore, and also since Megatrip characters number 41-60 are not present in Edge, if you counted the characters by their stamps, you would find that there are no Gogos with the numbers 41-60.
  • The packs are displayed portrait whilst previous packs were landscape.





Edge
GogoEdge

Range

Gogo's Crazy Bones

Series

Series 6 Edge

Avaliability

United Kingdom

Rarity

Uncommon

Subsets

Megatrip

Year

2012

Series No.

6

Edge is a variant of the Megatrip series that was released in the UK early 2012. In this series, the Gogo's go back to basic with no translucent, laser, metallic, or fuzzy Gogos. This time however, the are only 60 characters instead of 80, (unlike the past 5 series) and there are no cards or stickers. The characters are extremely similar to their Megatrip counterparts, the only difference is the color schemes of the Gogo's, and in some cases, certain Gogo's have had their mold slightly tweaked, such as Juruk.

Each pack includes three Gogo's and a checklist.


In early 2012, Megatrip was released in the UK under the name, Gogo's Crazy Bones Edge. Unlike Megatrip, only 60 characters are available and some characters have been altered. The characters are all painted (with the exception of Attuk). The weird thing is, Magic Box Int. uses numbers from the original checklist, and uses them for the Edge Series' Stamps. The problem is that this confuses fans, because there is no #41-60. (They are numbered correctly on the checklist for the Edge Series.)

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Changes from Edge to Megatrip

  • Three characters got renamed: Go! is now "Turo", Tsu is now "Suti" and K-Cul is now "K-Cu".
  • K-Cul also has a different colored body with a zig-zag on it.
  • 20 of the characters from Megatrip, specifically Otto, Kael, Gunol, Jazzar, Weyr, Kayun, Kin Chai, Akiro!, Flo, Soul, Jin, Keyboy, Gochan, Aky, Akory, Sunos, Toshi, Prime, Oblon and Sepora, are missing from Edge.
  • Karin and Blem's faces got recolored.
  • The series only features the multicolored versions of the Megatrip figures. The unpainted, glitter, metal/metallic and glow-in-the-dark versions of the Gogos are not present.
  • Gus's face has been swapped with a Groovy Gogo character's face.
  • Plank's mouth color is changed from yellow to blue.
  • Blotan uses his alternate appearance, which is the number 7 instead of a caveman-like face for his face.
  • Juruk has an S on his belly, but it is painted onto him rather than part of his mold.
  • The Megatrip Gogo's that were numbered 61-80 are renumbered 41-60 in the checklist, but they retain their original numbers on their stamps. This is due to the stamp error and 20 Megatrip characters being missing from Edge. (e.g. Hey was number 61 in Megatrip. In the checklist, he is number 41. However, he retains his original PPI Worldwide stamp, so the number on his stamp is still 61.)
  • The characters can be found in different colors than Megatrip (e.g. numbers 1-20 have a brown color and a yellow color that they never came in before).

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Megatrip (Special Edition)
CARROFOURPACK

Range

Gogo's Crazy Bones

Years

2009

Availability

Europe, Holland

Subsets

Megatrip, Danone, Genios, Edge, Sutas Tatilmmm

Rarity

Infrequent

The First 40 characters of Megatrip/Edge were made into a promotional series. They are no longer being made, and were only avalible in Europe at Carrefour, Real and C1000 supermarkets.

Each packet had one Gogo and one sticker in it, regardless of what supermarket you were in.

Released in the late 2000's to early 2010's, this series was released in three different supermarkets across Europe. In the Netherlands, these were released under C1000 in 2009. In the early 2010's, Carrefour released these figures in Belgium and France, respectively. Supermarket, Real, ran a promotion in Poland. Each store had an exclusive gold figure. C1000 had a golden Tsu, Carrefour had a golden Tau, and Real had a golden Ayu. This series is called "special edition," for being a simplified version of the series that was only released via supermarkets promos. Only the first 40 figures were released in this series. Additonally, some figures, such a Juruk, recieved a simplified version of their regular variant.

Real

Real also released this series, but it was a bit different. They used some of the orignal sculpts and some of these alternate sculpts. They also had Glitter and Unpainted C/S/Fs.

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Trivia

  • There were 3 Gold Gogo's released for each special edition supermarket series, one for each supermarket:

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Sütaş Taltlimmm Gogo's
Taltimmm Gogo's
Sütaş Taltlimmm Gogo's Poster Ad

Range

Gogo's Crazy Bones, Sütaş Taltimmm Promos

Years

2012-Present

Availability

Turkey

Rarity

Common (Turkey), Scare (other countries)

Subset of

Megatrip

Next Series

None

Sütaş Taltlimmm Gogo's are the Megatrip Gogo's from Series Dino Gogo's, but with different styles. This series is very similar to Dino Gogo's, as they both feature the same characters, with company logos, and different designs from their Megatrip counterpart. Though, different from the Danone Series, these support an "S" for the Sütaş Logo, and the some of the S's is placed in different spots then the D's were in Series Dino Gogo's. This Series also features gold figures, instead of dinos. In a similar promotion to the Danone series, this release of Megatrip saw variants of characters 60-80, made exclusively for this series. The printed "S" is what sets these apart from the normal figures.

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Trivia

  • Urban Toys, and other Megatrip Gogo's are shown on the Sütaş Taltlimmm's website's game list and games, even though they are not in the series.
  • Play's Megatrip counterpart is also shown on the website.

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Mega Megatrip
Carrefour Mega
Mega Megatrip

Range

Mega Bones

Years

2010

Availability

France

Rarity

Scare

Subset of

Megatrip

Next Series

None

Mega Bones based on characters from the Megatrip series. Some Characters from Megatrip (Special Edition) were made into a larger size. These were only available at Carrefour Supermarkets. All comes in 5 colors. 

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Mega Gogo's Megatrip
MegaGogosGiraffas

Year

2009-2010

Availability

Brazil

Rarity

Uncommon

Alternate Names

Macro Gogo's Megatrip, Mega Gogo's Crazy Bones Megatrip

The Mega Gogo's Megatrip were released around 2009-2010 as toasts at the restaurant Giraffas.

They could come in the normal, glitter and glow in the dark versions. Each pack came with 1 Mega figure, a checklist and a single special card to play. The Mega Gogo's have the PPI Worldwide stamp on their backs.

There was another series of Megatrip (Mega) released by Carrefour, but these were not as large and were painted.

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Video/Commercial

MegaGogo's® no Giraffas - PPI Worldwide

MegaGogo's® no Giraffas - PPI Worldwide

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Megatrip (Limited Series)
Megatrip Limited Series

Range

Gogo's Crazy Bones

Years

2012

Availability

Philippines

Subsets

Megatrip

Rarity

Rare

Megatrip Limited Series was a special tin that was released exclusively in the Philippines in late 2012.

It includes 10 Megatrip Gogo's with a special metallic finish.

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Trivia

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Fuerza Gogo's
Fuerzamegatrip

Range

Gogo's Crazy Bones, Tosty

Years

201?

Availability

Costa Rica

Rarity

Unknown

Subset of

Megatrip

Next Series

Foot

A release of Megatrip figures in promotion with Tosty in Costa Rica. These figures were available in specially marked bags of Tosty brand chips under the name "Fuerza Gogo's."

It is unknown how many of the 80 characters were in this series, or if there were any new characters, as was the case in the Foot series. The only evidence of this series' evidence is a commercial.


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