Netflix unveiled the ‘Red Light, Green Light’ doll from episode one of the popular Korean drama on Friday.
The streaming service shared a video of the doll, who wears an orange dress over a yellow shirt and weighs three tonnes, planted in front of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in The Rocks.
Sydneysiders can try their luck playing the Squid Game, with the doll’s head rotating from the bridge, towards Circular Quay to catch competitors.
The activation, which arrived in the Harbour City just in time for Halloween, will remain on display until November 1.
Conditions of entry:
Check in using the QR Code and show your COVID-19 digital certificate (or proof of a medical contraindication).
Respect social distancing (1 person per 2 square metres) at all times.
Play safe. No running.
Anyone caught disobeying the rules will be eliminated (asked to leave).
A 4.5-metre-tall piece of Squid Game has landed in Sydney. Picture: Netflix
The game is not recommended for those aged under 16.
Squid Game, which was released in September, swiftly became a Netflix sensation.
The TV show follows 456 characters competing in a series of deadly children’s came for a massive cash prize.

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