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Cra-Z-Art Lite Brix Zombie Manor


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  • Over 450 pieces included
  • Shutters and doors open and close for real play
  • Create and build with lights and collect all sets to build your light up city
  • Includes glowing zombie figurers
  • Uses 3 AA batteries not included
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Lite Brix is the new way to create and build with lights. Build your own Ghoulish Zombie Manor with this giant 460 piece set and scare your friends with this light up haunted mansion. The two included light up zombies will surely watch over your manor. Visit the ghoulish table of treats room for those scary treats, or visit the graveyard with bats. And after a long scary day go to bed in your dead red bed.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.8 x 9.5 x 1.8 inches ; 0.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00E1ZD0TI
  • Item model number: 35823
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 - 15 years
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #79,238 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

In summary, this is a really fun set.
R. Jurosik
Can't wait for the Grandkids to come over and see what Grandma made!
Michelle
The pieces don't stay together all that well.
Kerry Wauters

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By R. Jurosik on August 8, 2013
My daughter and I have put together quite a few Lego sets in the last year or so, and our favorites by far have been the Monster Fighters sets. With Lego discontinuing that line, imagine our delight when we ran across the Lite Brix Zombie Manor -- complete with two Lego-scaled zombie minifigures. We've put the model together (who can wait for Halloween?), and we'd like to offer a few comments to people who are wondering about this intriguing set.

First and foremost, these are not Lego building pieces, though they are completely compatible and surprisingly durable. You'll notice that the pegs are a slightly tighter fit, but otherwise the quality of bricks in comparable. As you'd imagine, the vast majority of pieces in this set are translucent, so as to let the lite brix LED pieces shine through the entire set. And that effect is absolutely remarkable, and makes the set well worth the price in our opinion (my daughter LOVES to play with this set in the dark as it glows, glimmers and flickers with spooky colors).

Second, the build design is clear, accurate and easy to follow, though it isn't as well-designed as most Lego sets. The ceiling/roof segments, in particular, are placed a bit awkwardly, and certainly need a little adult finesse in order to fit securely. This was the least enjoyable part of the build by far.

Third, there are MANY decals included, and no clear direction as to where to place them. Oddly, many of the decals seem designed to be affixed over assembled segments, making dis-assembly a bit of a bother. We opted only to add a few key decals to individual bricks, and we think it looks just fine.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By P. Rosen on December 29, 2013
If you enjoy teaching your children about disappointment, poor quality, and pain (in your fingertips), than Lite Brix is for you! Seriously, these are terribly designed. Yes they look just like Legos, but oh no, don’t be fooled, its looks are completely deceiving.

There is good and bad here and I’ll briefly touch on both.

My 6 & 7 year olds received three of these sets (the Candy Shop, Haunted House, and Lumi-Port) for Christmas. I have helped them build well over 20 complex Lego sets in their lifetime and by comparison, there is a real failing with Lite Brix. It seems the problem begins at the brick level. They are extremely difficult to connect. “A slightly tighter fit” is an understatement in my opinion. My fingertips are still sore two days later! Once connected, the ‘brix' do not stay that way. Even the design of the buildings is flawed. For example, there is no supporting structure designed into the roof of the Haunted House. It can barely support it’s own pieces. You assemble it, and as new pieces are attached, others pop off, and not just on the roof, but all over. It’s incredibly frustrating. The same was true for the Candy Shop - and there were a few pieces missing in our set as well. We have not yet opened the Lumi-Port so I can’t speak to that.

I’m not an architect, but I think if I were designing these buildings on paper, I’d structure them so the bricks were more interconnected to keep the structures together a little better. Another example is with the Candy Shop. The power switch ends up in a very awkward place so that you must reach into the center of the ‘store’ to access the switch which is placed right up against another piece -providing yet an additional opportunity to knock lots of pieces over.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michele Slack on August 18, 2014
Such a cool concept, my son was really excited. But this is astoundingly poorly designed. My 12 year old son & I have been working on this for over 3 hours, with mounting frustration. The roof seems to be impossible to build. The blocks don't line up, & pop loose when trying to put the next part on. Even with 4 hands we cannot get this thing to stay together. Does not compare at all to Lego quality. My son even cut his hands trying to put pieces together. Do not buy this unless you want a project that can't be completed & you enjoy futility.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michelle on September 27, 2014
I bought this the Lite Brix Zombie Manor at a store in a Mall last weekend so I cannot comment on the seller but wanted to share my experience with this item. I had really wanted to buy the Lego Monster Fighters sets but they were way out of my budget so when I saw this at a really super price I had to buy it. It went together pretty well, I think it took me a bit longer than the average builder but this is my first build. Bought it for a Halloween decoration and for my Grandchildren to enjoy. I love the colors in the set, very Halloween. There was a bit of trouble with the roof pieces as when you are trying to attach the top flat piece, the shingles want to collapse but I just used one hand underneath and the other on top and made sure that all the shingles were nice and level and the top piece went on pretty good. Also the peak of the porch roof had a shingle that wanted to collapse every time I attached the top so I removed the top rows of shingles and attached them to the peak pieces and then put them onto the porch and they went on okay. To me the finished piece seems sturdy enough, I'm able to move it around and brought it down stairs to take pictures to upload (please check those out). I actually really like it and have ordered some Lego Monster minifigures for a Monster Halloween Bash. Can't wait for the Grandkids to come over and see what Grandma made!
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