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Mosh (known as Bugui in the Urban Toys series) is the 1st Gogo in Series 1. With his large smile and friendly appearance, Mosh is the most popular Gogo of the new series. 


Mosh has a white circle on his stomach, and has two small spherical horns coming out of his head. He is smiling hard. Mosh is a little bit taller in the superstar series, probably because of the felt.

Other AppearancesEdit

Mega MetropolisEdit

Mosh is shown to be friendly and kind, going out of his way to help others. He is widely respected by the other Gogos. Angriu is one of his many friends, and they both introduced the Mega Gogos to the other Gogos.

Gogo's Crazy Bones ComicEdit

Like Mega Metropolis, Mosh is kind and good. But in the Hot and Cold Running Gogo's comic, he was very clumsy.

Description Edit

Super Kind. All the Gogo's want to be friends with Mosh.


  • Speed: 4/ 1
  • Bounce: 3
  • Balance: 1/ 4
  • Ability: Magic Smile/ spin in DS game
  • Favorite Game: K.O. And the Bowl

Laser MoshEdit


Laser Mosh (from the Grannelle collection).

Following the release of the Explorer series in April 2009, British toy shop The Entertainer in Kingston upon Thames held a 'swap day', where every swapper received a special Laser Mosh. Only one has ever been seen online.


  • There were two different designs of Mosh throughout Series 1; one with thicker eyes and another with thinner eyes.
  • There was going to be a Mini Red Mosh for the Mega Metropolis series, but it never got released. It is assumed to be a prototype for Mini Gogos.
  • Mosh is the most famous Gogo in the modern series, serving as the mascot and having many forms including an evolution, a Mega Metropolis form, a Superstar version, and a Gold Collector's Tin variant.
    • He is also the only Gogo to be featured first in various series more than twice.
    • He could be seen as a parallel to Eggy, who is the most famous Gogo in the classic era.

Gallery Edit

Series 1Edit


Mega MetropolisEdit

Foreign figuresEdit

Other figuresEdit

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