Custom Android Figures Dessert Series Aims to Satiate your Collectible Hunger

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Everyone loves to collect something, after all that's why there are entire hobby groups dedicated to finding rare and interesting collectibles of all sorts.  A number of years ago a company called Dead Zebra began coming out with Android collectibles that everyone seemed to want, and since then they've released a number of different series every year.  Each series marked increased sales and even quicker sell-out rates, and all had very unique and different designs from one another.  Dead Zebra isn't the only outfit out there now apparently, as Pottstarr has come across a site with its own series of custom Android collectibles simply titled the Dessert Series.

Considering Android releases are all named after desserts it makes plenty of sense to see such a series featured on collectible Android figurines. What's really cool is that these aren't just done after the actual Android releases, rather they are a smattering of random dessert favorites including cupcakes, oreos, chocolate covered coffee beans, S'mores, macarons and cherry pie to name a few.  If you haven't been keeping up with Android releases since 2008 when the platform launched, you'll probably laugh to know that Google gives each Android release a name of a dessert, in alphabetical order according to release date of course.  So far we've seen Cupcake, Donut, Eclaire, FroYo (frozen yogurt), Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean and KitKat.  What the next release will be is anyone's best guess of course, but for now speculation can ensue with these collectible figurines that can be had via the source link.  Right now it seems their store page is having a bit of trouble dealing with the added traffic of being found out by the Interwebs, but we're sure they'll get the page back any time now and you'll be able to indulge in these awesome little figurines for yourself.

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