Believe it or not, there is more than one. I apologize in advance for this new nightmare, but a replica of the doll recently appeared on a crosswalk in a Manila mall. She keeps an eye out for the jaywalkers, while singing the show’s eerie “red light, green light” song. If a pedestrian tries to cross on her watch, she swivels her head and flashes her red LED eyes directly on them. Fortunately, this is where the immersion ends – it doesn’t actually follow through on its threat to “eliminate” the culprit. Probably not, anyway. Netflix has released a preview of the Manila-based doll and didn’t include any sort of elimination … but just for the sake of safety, we should probably agree to wait for the green light.
What better way to promote a TV show than to terrify the masses? Unsuspecting passers-by will not be prepared for the havoc it can cause, so it is the survival of the fittest. If you haven’t played “Squid Game” yet you might want to give it a go – it’s only a matter of time before it shows up at your local traffic light and trust me , you’ll want to be prepared.
“Squid Game” sees 456 contestants – desperate and debt-ridden – agree to participate in a series of children’s games for a huge, life-changing cash prize. Earning would give them enough to cancel their debt and still have plenty of it. But while they expect absolute silliness from a game like “red light, green light,” they don’t expect there to be life or death consequences. You know, like a doll that kills you if it senses your movement. The hugely popular Netflix series currently terrifies audiences across the globe, but fear doesn’t stop people coming back for more. The series is currently on its way to becoming the most watched streamer series to date.