Poppy Playtime Wiki
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Mascots and Toys

The mascots of Playtime Co. are the main toys that were produced and sold. This page lists all of them from Chapter 1 to the latest Chapter.

Mascots and Toys

Chapter 1: A Tight Squeeze

This is the list of Playtime Co.'s mascots and toys who are present in Poppy Playtime Chapter 1: "A Tight Squeeze".

Poppy Playtime

Poppy is the first toy ever created by Playtime Co. in the early 50s. She is a small doll with red sturdy hair that won't come out if brushed (information taken from the Vintage Poppy Commercial). She has a light-blue and white dress with black shoes that need shining often (also taken from the VPC). She is seen at the end of the game in a glass case, and The Player opens it. Interestingly, outside her room can be seen many toys hung from the ceiling, and texts saying things like "Turn back" or "Don't go in". This may hint that the missing employees are somehow trying to guide The Player through this nightmare factory.


Bron is the vegan brontosaurus that is seen as a dismembered toy and as a poster in the factory. For some reason, there seems to be only one poster of him, and that is in front of the Gift Shop in the Main Entrance. And a lot of his toy parts seem to be covered in real blood, indicating that he is possibly another experiment to encounter in the future. He was created in 1961.


Cat-Bee is the feline-bee fusion created in an unknown date, and interestingly, she is the only toy right now to have a unrevealed date of creation, which is pretty weird. She is also speculated to be an experiment, but it's not confirmed. There also seems to not be a single poster of her anywhere, just toy parts covered in blood. However, a drawing of her can be seen next to the Theater, which may count as a poster. She is also seen hanging outside of Poppy's room.

Candy Cat

Candy Cat is the female hungry cat that is never seen anywhere as a toy, but there are a good amount of posters of her. The first can be seen in the Gift Shop where she is holding a present. The second can be seen in the hallway where Huggy Wuggy's arm is sticking out of the door to the Warehouse. However, her model was hidden in the files of the game, and someone on YouTube even attached the toy parts together and textured it, revealing how it would look like in-game. She was made in 1979. She is the only character, next to Boogie Bot, that has an open toy box of her in the Gift Shop.

Huggy Wuggy

Huggy Wuggy is the most popular toy sold by Playtime Co. in the 80s, specifically in 1984. Huggy Wuggy is a tall organic monster with blue fur and giant derpy-like eyes, along with a big red mouth which has almost 3 rows of sharp teeth and he has yellow feet and hands. He is confirmed to be an experiment.

Kissy Missy

Kissy Missy is one of the most popular toys sold by Playtime Co., and due to Huggy's immense popularity, the company decided to make his better half a year later, in 1985. It is unknown if she is an experiment too, or if she's even aggressive. She is a tall toy with pink fur and big derpy-like eyes, and in some occasions she is described as with eyelashes. She also has yellow feet and hands.

Boogie Bot

Boogie Bot is the latest toy created by Playtime Co. in 1993, there are multiple broken toy parts in the factory. There are also posters of him in the Warehouse, telling the employees to work with caution. He is also the only character, next to Candy Cat, to have an open toy box of him seen in the Gift Shop.

Chapter 2: Fly in a Web

This is the list of Playtime Co.'s mascots and toys who are present in Chapter 2: Fly in a Web.

Mommy Long Legs

Mommy Long Legs is the main antagonist of Chapter 2. She is made of plastic and "Elastic Plastic" a substance created by playtime which gives her the ability to stretch at amazing lengths. She has the personality and attributes of a mother, she loves the orphan children, the other experiments, and suffered extreme sadness and turmoil after the vanished.

PJ Pug-a-Pillar

PJ Pug-A-Pillar is a large long violet and cyan caterpillar toy produced by Playtime Co. He resides in the Statues minigame.

Bunzo Bunny

Bunzo Bunny is a rabbit toy produced by Playtime Co.. He resides in the Musical Memory minigame.

Huggy Buddies

Huggy Buddies are smaller variations of Huggy Wuggy. They reside in the Wack-a-Wuggy minigame.