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LEGO Castle Dwarves’ Mine Review

LEGO Castle Dwarves’ Mine Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Nov 17, 2008
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Join LEGO for amazing adventures in the dwarves’ mine! Kidzworld has the lastest on the new addition to the LEGO Castle set!

Join LEGO for amazing adventures in the dwarves’ mine! The dwarves are working hard in the LEGO Castle Dwarves’ Mine, mining, transporting and hiding rare diamonds, jewels and gems. But can they protect their treasures from the evil troll warriors and the giant troll? This special edition set includes tons of cool interactive features, such as a rolling mine cart, a wheel-powered bucket and even an amazing launching catapult you can use to help the dwarves fire at the attacking trolls!

Other pieces and features you will get with the HUGE LEGO Castle Dwarves’ Mine set include:

  • Four dwarves (with two new beards)

  • Two troll warriors (with green-coloured faces)

  • A giant troll that stands three inches (eight centimeters) high

  • Gold and silver “ore” (actually aquazone crystals)

  • Blacksmith figure and a small blacksmith shop

  • >Kitchen with an oven and table

  • A throne for the dwarf leader

  • Lots of extra axes, a pickaxe and a spade

  • Lots of weaponry and grey winged helmets for fighting

  • A complete set of knight’s armor (helmet and chest plate)

  • Thumbs up:

  • If you love to build things, you’ll love this toy

  • This model is HUGE once it is built, and comes with TONS of fun pieces to play with

  • Lots of interactive features, and no batteries required!

  • Thumbs down:

  • The base may be a little unstable for this massive set, especially if you are building on a carpet instead of a solid surface

  • Rating: 4


    Age range: For kids who love to build, ages seven (7) to 14


    Price: 4


    Price Range Legend
    $0-$15 = 1
    $16-$30 = 2
    $31-$45 = 3
    $46-$60 = 4
    $60+ = 5


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