Epic Games' Fortnite Battle Royale has been a major gaming sensation for more than a year.
It has transcended games, in fact, so we're finally starting to see some great merchandise emerge.
Want to take on your mates with Nerf blasters inspired by the game? Sorted. Need a Boogie Bomb light to illuminate your room? We've got you covered.
Here's a look at some of the best Fortnite gear we've spotted on the internet. Some of it isn't quite available yet, but there's plenty here to put on your wish lists.
Fortnite Battle Bus inflatable
Warning: this one isn't cheap. And it is ridiculous. But for those of you entertaining the idea of a Fortnite-themed party for your birthday or next Halloween, this huge inflatable is a must-have. It's 17.5-feet high and 18-feet long. It costs $500 and is generally available from US retailer Spirit Halloween. You may need to shop around, however, as it has proved popular.
Fortnite Loot Llama Pinata
This guy - one of three llamas in the whole Fortnite map - doesn't come filled with candy, but it will hold a whopping two pounds of it. It's made from paper and is the perfect fun party game for any birthday party or Cinco de Mayo party. It costs $30 at Spirit Halloween.
Fortnite Boogie Bomb
This is an officially licensed Boogie Bomb. When you pull the pin, it lights up and plays music. It costs $15 on Amazon and comes with batteries.
Fortnite R/C Battle Bus with AR
With the R/C Battle Bus, you can control it by remote. But it also has a 720p camera that connects to your phone to offer an augmented reality experience in which you get to turn your backyard into the Fortnite Battle Royale map. It costs $130 on ThinkGeek.
Nerf Fortnite Blasters
Hasbro and Epic Games have entered into a partnership to build Nerf blasters based on in-game Fortnite designs.
Their first collaboration results in the Nerf Fortnite Elite AR-L and SP-L Blasters. The larger of the two costs $50 and features rapid-fire motorised blasting, flip-up sights, a 10-dart clip and 20 Elite darts. They, and a collection of Nerf Microshots smaller blasters, are coming to the UK in April. Previous reports suggest the US release will be June.
Fortnite Scaly Rex Backpack
This is an officially licensed Fortnite Scaly Rex Backpack. Part of the Dino Guard set, it comes with an orange row of spikes going down the center and four arms that makes it look like there’s a dinosaur strapped to your back. It costs $40 at Spirit Halloween.
Fortnite Unicorn pickaxe
This is an officially licensed Fortnite Rainbow Smash pickaxe with movable, working wheels. It's probably the most desired of all in-game harvesting tool. This version is plastic, obviously, and costs $35 at Spirit Halloween, which also has a 30-inch classic pickaxe made of foam for $40.
Fortnite Llama Popsocket
Popsockets are neat little gadgets that make holding your phone in one hand much easier. There are several different options to choose from, including, of course, this Fortnite Popsockets stand, which features that ridiculous loot llama. It costs $15 at Amazon.
Fortnite Custom Controller Skin
Fortnite Boogie Bomb Desk Lamp
In the game, the Boogie Bomb is a projectile you toss into a room of enemies (they’ll hop around five seconds while you take up a position to kill them). This 3D print features a remote and it lights up in cool disco colours. It costs £34 at eBay. There's also a Chug Jug for $19 at Amazon.
Fortnite Llama Phone Case
We had to include a phone case for those of you who want to deck your smartphone out with some Fortnite-themed designs. Rebubble has Llama Pinata phone cases. They sell a variety of ones for different phones models - including the iPhone X. Each one costs £18 at Rebubble.
Of course, Fortnite's partnership with Hasbro resulted in an edition of the Monopoly game inspired by thee game! With this, it's not about what players own; it’s about how long they battle their opponents and avoid the storm to survive. It is available in the UK and US.