My son and I are fans of Minecraft. We play the game together regularly and we both enjoy the sets that LEGO® has been producing. When I saw that they were releasing buildable characters in an action figure size, I knew that I had to get my hands on some.Continue reading 21150 Minecraft® Skeleton BigFig with Magma Cube
The Minecraft theme is strange. Most AFOLs really could care less for it, yet it is one of the longest running (non-evergreen) themes. Five years of sets and it took this long to introduce the humble chicken. Continue reading 21140 The Chicken Coop
I continue to be impressed with LEGO’s Minecraft sets. My Minecraft loving kid loves the play functions of these sets and how easy they are to reconfigure. I on the other hand saw a huge box of medium blue bricks and had to check it out! Continue reading 21131 The Ice Spikes
I really like the LEGO Minecraft theme. It may not be to many AFOLs liking, with brick heavy, play focused sets, but I love the modularity and the faithfulness to the spirit of the source material. This latest wave of sets has managed to combine this with reasonable prices and great designs. Continue reading 21130 The Nether Railway
I’ve been on the fence for a while about the Lego Minecraft sets. The Micro World sets are practically parts packs for microscale builders and I’ve bought a few on sale. The new wave of minifigure scale sets are something else though. I decided to take the plunge and get The First Night, what appeared to be a perfect introductory set. Continue reading 21115 The First Night
I’m actually really excited about this, not for the Minecraft, but for the mix of pieces that will be in these sets. Landscapes galore!